It’s true that it does not easily spring to mind that the images captured by Earth observation satellites, nowadays with submetric spatial resolution at best, can produce displacement measurements with a precision measured in centimetres or millimetres, as the experts claim. But what exactly does this involve?
On May 12, Effigis sponsored the awarding of a $500 scholarship to a Geomatics Technology student at the Cégep Limoilou.
In many cases, the positions do not always fall at the right place when they are integrated into geographical information systems (GIS). Unfortunately, it is often at this stage that we call on a specialist! The key is in the reference system, also known as datum.
On Saturday, May 1, 2015, Tunisians raised a huge flag equivalent to 19 football fields to beat the Guinness World Record for the largest flag in the world.
Effigis, with the help of Fujitsu Canada and funding from Natural Resources Canada, set up a priority geospatial database called “BaseGéo”, and a Web access to provide Senegal with high-quality, easily accessible geographical information.
Geospatial technologies, such as modern geographic information systems (GIS) and data capturing technologies, are at the heart of the smart city, because understanding the “WHERE” component is critical for making an informed decision.
Effigis Geo-Solutions Inc. is pleased to announce the opening of an office in Toronto today. Located in the Greater Toronto Area, the new offices will from now on welcome clients and employees.