Effigis invites you to attend the Xplor 2017 convention, on October 18-19, 2017, at Place Bonaventure, in Montréal.
Effigis Geo-Solutions inc., is proud to announce its participation as a “silver partner” of GIS Day, organized by GeoStat Centre team from Laval University, as well as other departments.
Effigis DSG1 Lite/DRV3 Lite kit scores a 4 Diamonds Rating from BTR’s Diamond Technology Reviews 2016
Effigis Geo-Solutions Inc., is proud to announce that it received a 4 Diamonds score from BTR’s (Broadband Technology Report) Diamond Technology Reviews 2016, for its DSG1 Lite/DRV3 Lite Kit, which was released at Cable-Tec Expo, held in Philadelphia, in September 2016. Effigis’ DSG1 Lite/DRV3 Lite Kit has been recognized as an outstanding product with unique features and performance that provide clear benefits.
Effigis is proud to announce the nomination of Claude Levasseur, Vice-President—Geomatics, as the winner of the 2016 GAIA Award. The GAIA Award is given to a person working in private business, government or education to recognize the remarkable contribution in the field of geomatics in Quebec. It was at the Montreal Convention Centre as part of the 2016 Geomatics Symposium, held by the Montreal section of the Canadian Institute of Geomatics (CIG), that Mr. Levasseur was given this award.
Effigis is proud to annonce that it will be a bronze level partner at the 2016 Geomatics, hosted by the Canadian Institute of Geomatics (CIG), which will take place on October 19 and 20 at Montréal's Palais des Congrès. This year, various facets will be displayed, notably those pertaining to geomarketing, applications for drones and emerging technologies. Effigis is a key player in geomatic industries; come meet our team at kiosks 38 and 39.
His presentation is entitled ''Shielding Integrity Testing for Home Certification Program'' and will be held at the Mississauga Convention Center.
On May 12, Effigis sponsored the awarding of a $500 scholarship to a Geomatics Technology student at the Cégep Limoilou.
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.