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CRSS-SCT Partners with GoGeomatics for Back to School Socials September 24-26th, 2014.

SEPTEMBER 25 2014, 07H17 | By ANDREW DAVIDSON

 

The Canadian Remote Sensing Society is pleased to be one of the sponsors of the GoGeomatics Back to School Cross-Canada Socials this September. These events are being held in various cities across the country and are open to students, industry professionals, and managers. These events allow you the chance to mingle and make new contacts. Events are being held in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa, Niagra and Halifax. Check out the dates, times and venues at each location  (http://www.gogeomatics.ca/magazine/join-us-at-the-gogeomatics-back-to-school-cross-canada-socials-this-september.htm) and if an event is in your area be sure to take it... + More

 

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Conference Summary + CRSS-SCT AGM and new 2014-2015 Executive

JULY 20 2014, 19H13 | By CRSS-SCT_ NEWSPOST

 

The IGARSS-2014/35th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing was a tremendous success last week in Québec City. It was a full week of plenary and special sessions, a top science program of oral and poster presentations, exhibiter and partner booths, award presentations, many social and networking opportunities, a memorable banquet, and much more.

 

The CRSS-SCT Annual General Meeting was held 18 July 2014 at the conference. CRSS-SCT President Monique Bernier summarized all the progress and new changes during her tenure, Treasurer Joe Piwowar provided a full report on the Society's finances, Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Coops presented new arrangements for CJRS, National Awards Chair Anne Smith announced the full slate of... + More

 

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IGARSS-2014/35th CSRS Opens in Québec City; Major Awards Announced

JULY 14 2014, 14H13 | By CRSS-SCT_ NEWSPOST

 

The Canadian Remote Sensing Society is delighted to welcome all members and delegates to IGARSS-2014/35th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, which was opened this morning in Québec City by General Conference Chair and CRSS-SCT President Monique Bernier. This was followed by welcomes from CSA President Walter Natynczyk, NRCan ADM Brian Gray, IEEE Director Marina Ruggieri, IEEE GRSS President Melba Crawford, and CRSS-SCT Vice-President Anne Smith. This was followed by four Plenary Presentations on the Conference Theme "Energy and our Changing Planet" by international experts from France, USA, Canada and South Africa.

 

Major CRSS-SCT Award medalists were announced at the Opening Session this... + More

 

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CRSS-SCT signs MOU with CCA

JUNE 18 2014, 07H23 | By CRSS-SCT_ NEWSPOST

 

CRSS-SCT is pleased to announce it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Canadian Cartographic Association (CCA). Current plans include a partnered national conference in Winnipeg in 2016, as well as other initiatives. Building on past collaborations (e.g. 2010 Symposium in Regina SK), this partnership will provide mutual benefits to members of both organizations.

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CRSS-SCT signs MOU with OARS

JUNE 18 2014, 07H19 | By CRSS-SCT_ NEWSPOST

 

CRSS-SCT is pleased to announce it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Ontario Association of Remote Sensing (OARS). Formed in 1972, OARS has a long tradition in Ontario with many remote sensing scientists and practitioners having served on both Executives at various times. Current plans include partnered events in the Toronto area and elsewhere.

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Reminder - IGARSS 2014 / 35th Canadian Symposium Registration Deadlines

MAY 09 2014, 08H52 | By CRSS-SCT_ NEWSPOST

 

A reminder of upcoming registration deadlines for IGARSS 2014 / 35th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing (CSRS) 13-18 July 2014 Québec City, Canada:


16 May 2014 : Author Registration Deadline.  Papers without an author registered by this date will be withdrawn.


31 May 2014:  Advance Rate Deadline. After this date, higher registration rates apply.


Member Discount: 
You must be a CRSS-SCT Member or an IEEE Member at the time of registration to receive the Member discount. You can join CRSS-SCT at this web-site www.CRSS-SCT.ca or to join GRSS see ieee.org/join


Please see the IGARSS-2014/35th CSRS Conference web-site and click  'Registration'... + More

 

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CRSS-SCT Signs MOU with AGG - Next event 9 April

APRIL 07 2014, 13H14 | By CRSS-SCT_ NEWSPOST

 

CRSS-SCT is pleased to announce it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to partner with the Alberta Geomatics Group. AGG promotes the Geomatics industry by facilitating opportunities for information sharing and networking such as hosting educational and social events in Alberta.


Join us Wed 9 April at the Lethbridge AGG Lunch & Learn with Owen Brown (ISIS Geomatics), and CRSS-SCT... + More

 

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CRSS-SCT Signs National MOU with GoGeomatics Canada - Next event 19 April

APRIL 03 2014, 14H37 | By WEBMASTER CRSS-SCT.CA

 

CRSS-SCT is pleased to announce it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with GoGeomatics Canada.  


Our two national organizations have collaborated on a number of successful and popular social and scientific events in recent months. 

Our next partnered event is 19 April in Ottawa - details here - to discuss and debate the National Geomatics Strategy. All are welcome. Results will be sent to major stakeholders... + More

 

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Ottawa GoGeomatics Social Wed 26 March + Presentation

MARCH 24 2014, 20H33 | By ANDREW DAVIDSON

 

We are pleased to invite you to attend the next Ottawa GoGeomatics social Wednesday, March 26th at 6 PM at the James Street Pub. Ever wonder what the Geomatics sector is worth - what its value is, where it is going ? The Geomatics Environmental Scan and Economic Value Study is addressing this.   Lead project consultant Ed Kennedy will be the evening's speaker and will present this snapshot of the field, and its future - all followed by a lively question/answer/discussion period.

Click here for further information.

See you there !

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Student Input on Pan-Canadian Geomatics Strategy: Meet us in Toronto 22 March

MARCH 19 2014, 20H25 | By ANDREW DAVIDSON

 

Attention All Students !  Here is a chance to voice your opinion on the future of Geomatics in Canada. CRSS encourages all our student members in the Toronto area and elsewhere to attend this important meeting with GoGeomatics Canada and the Canadian Geomatics Community Round Table (CGCRT).

Similar meetings are also planned for other cities in Canada so stay tuned !

Further details are at:

http://www.gogeomatics.ca/magazine/student-input-on-the-pan-canadian-geomatics-strategy-meet-us-in-toronto.htm

See you there !

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