Esri provides world-class enterprise geographic information system (GIS) solutions. Esri solutions have helped businesses, governments and educational institutions make timely, informed and mission-critical decisions by leveraging the power of geography.
Esri inspires and enables people to positively impact the future through a deeper, geographic understanding of the changing world around them.
Founded in 1802, Saint Mary’s University (Halifax, Canada) offers undergraduate and selected graduate programs within faculties of Arts, Science, and Business, to over 7,000 students. The university has a strong commitment to environmental education and research, focused within the School of the Environment.
Welcome to NSCC, one of Nova Scotia's largest and most diverse families. Each year, more than 25,000 students choose to grow and learn with us. Magical things happen at NSCC and we think it's because education has power. It transforms individuals, families and communities in extraordinary ways.
The PYXIS innovation™ is a recognized world leader in the use of discrete global grid technologies, a powerful Digital Earth reference model. Our customers create and own geospatial content through our WorldView™ Studio. Our value to them is a new Digital Earth marketplace for decision makers. The company has grown from a scientific research organization since its incorporation in 2003, focused on solving the hard problems required for a Digital Earth platform, to an internationally recognized commercial vendor of geospatial-intelligence solutions.
The Hyperwall is a big beautiful “wall" of high-definition screens used to display NASA’s latest and greatest data visualizations, images, videos, and other presentation material, and is a primary outreach platform for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate. Existing Hyperwall stories highlight themes in Earth science, heliophysics, planetary science, and astrophysics. PowerPoint and Keynote presentations are available for download on each existing topic. The Scientific Visualization Studio developed the Hyperwall software.
Dalhousie University is Atlantic Canada’s leading research-intensive university and a driver of the region’s intellectual, social and economic development. Located in the heart of Halifax, Nova Scotia, with an Agricultural Campus in Truro/Bible Hill, Dal is a truly national and international university, with more than half of our 18,500 students coming from outside of the province. Dal students and faculty engage in learning and discovery across our 12 faculties — whether in the classroom or in the more than $135 million in research we conduct each year with hospitals, industry, governments, non-profit agencies and universities around the globe.
The Marine Environmental Observation Prediction and Response Network (MEOPAR) is a national network that is working to better understand and predict the impact of marine hazards on ecosystems and human activities, and to improve response to these hazards. Created through the federal government’s Networks of Centres of Excellence Program, the network is building Canada’s capacity to address marine hazards by funding interdisciplinary research, developing highly qualified personnel with expertise in marine risk and response, and by connecting academic research and technology to partners in government, industry, and the public sector.
With almost 150 Undergraduate, Masters and PhD students, the Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering (GGE) at the University of New Brunswick is one of Canada’s foremost representatives in professional geomatics education and research. Since 1961, more than 1200 students from 50 countries have graduated from its programs and served in leading technical, managerial, professional and academic roles world-wide. GGE is recognized for its achievements in the fields of geodesy and GPS, surveying, remote sensing, GIS, cadastral and land administration studies, ocean mapping and spatial data infrastructure. Collaborating extensively with industry and government, the Department has special research chairs in the fields of Ocean Mapping, Advanced Geomatics Image Processing, and Geospatial Big Data.
Earth Imaging Journal is a bimonthly print magazine covering a range of earth observation and geospatial technologies and applications. Columns and articles are written to illuminate the broad band of applications, products and processes that are shaping the international Earth imaging market.
Sensors & Systems covers the integrated technologies of GIS, remote sensing, modeling, spatial analysis, surveying and sensor technologies. We focus on some of the key challenges that these tools help us address, including energy, water, food, biodiversity, environment and security.
Asian Surveying & Mapping reports on surveying, positioning, GIS and remote sensing in the countries of Asia and the Pacific. ASM is both a weekly email newsletter and a news website.
GeoSpatial Stream provides a video digest that highlights the people, companies, tools and technology trends in the fast-moving geospatial technology industry. This quick and entertaining take is paced to fit busy schedules, condensing important news and connecting to the in-depth coverage provided by all V1 Media publications.
GIM International, the independent and high-quality information source for the geomatics industry, focuses on worldwide issues to bring you insights and developments in both technology and management, including: topical overviews, news and developments, expert opinions, innovation updates, and more. Besides the magazine and our website, at which we daily report on the latest news and developments in Geomatics, we also publish newsletters. Every week the GIM International e-newsletter provides news from all over the globe, links to online articles on our website, and more.