Slashgeo is a proud media partner of the Geospatial Advancement Canada conference in Ottawa

We are happy to inform you that Slashgeo will be a proud media partner of the upcoming Geospatial Advancement Canada conference in Ottawa in March 3-5!

"Geospatial Advancement Canada will bring together Canada’s leaders in Geomatics to continue the discussion on developing a National Geo strategy. You will network and learn from industry experts who will detail, through case study presentations, how you can develop your own program or improve what you‘ve already achieved. Attending the summit will ensure that you are up-to-date on insights from industry leaders, able to defend against critical obstacles, and are implementing effective methodologies into your GIS programs. Register today to confirm your participation at one of the most sought-after events in the industry."

Slashgeo will publish articles during and after the conference on what has been highlighted in presentation and innovative ideas on the geospatial sphere.

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Slashgeo at the Geospatial Advancement Canada conference in Ottawa

Slashgeo, as proud media partner of the upcoming Geospatial Advancement Canada conference in Ottawa in March 3-5, is happy to be part of this meeting that has the involvement of the most crucial stakeholders within the Canadian geospatial field.

Over 40 leaders in Canadian geomatics and the Canadian Armed Forces will be giving you their first hand experiences and take-ways. You can download your own copy of the full agenda here. 

Here are the main key speakers of this major Geospatial event: Major-General Christian Rousseau (Chief of Defence Intelligence for the Canadian Forces)General (Retired) Walter J. Natynczyk (President of the Canadian Space Agency)Trevor Taylor (Director Americas of the Open Geospatial Consortium)Dr. Marc Fortin (Assistant Deputy Minister Defence Research and Development Canada)David Jackson (Director of the Canadian Ice Services), etc

The agenda is divided into three key themes:

Day 1: Exploring the Latest Technology and Innovation to Overcome Interoperability Challenges;

Day 2: Better Understanding the Canadian National Geomatics Strategy through Collaboration by All Levels of Government and Private Industry;

Day 3: Challenges and Opportunities Associated with GIS Governance; Policy Development, Senior-Level Buy-in, Workforce.


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