GANS allows our members and corporate sponsors the ability to post any geo related news or information that they would like to share with the geospatial community.

Use the boxes and formatting tools below to your post news or information. Enter your title into the subject box and the main content into the body box. Then format your message with the tools available in the tool bar above the body box.

When you have finished posting your message, click the 'Post' button to submit your post.

[Note: you must be logged-in to your GANS member account to post information]

Aggregating Geospatial Data - A BIM Consultant's Blight

03 Feb 2014 9:14 AM | Anonymous
The following was posted to the GANS LinkedIn page by Chris Foran, Managing Partner at Servant, Dunbrack, McKenzie & MacDonald...

"As someone who is keenly interested in advancing BIM technologies and deliverables in HRM and the Atlantic Provinces I'm continuously challenged with sourcing reliable geospatial data. In my quest for data I'm left feeling envious of our neighbors to the South who make SO much quality data readily available to end users.

I would be very interested to learn about any open data initiatives that exist today in NS and how our firm can collaborate with regulatory and government entities to help develop the state of BIM in the Atlantic Region."

Thoughts on this?  Seems like a project that GANS could help champion!  Could you also benefit from such an initiative in your firm?

Check out the Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia Sponsors map

© Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia (GANS) - PO Box 961, Halifax, NS, B3J 2V9

Help us promote Geomatics in Nova Scotia by joining us in the following social media groups:

Follow The Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia (GANS) on Twitter Join The Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia (GANS) on Google+ Join The Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia (GANS) on FaceBook Join the The Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia (GANS) LinkedIn group add GANS news to your website via our RSS feed

Website design and management of Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia courtesy of tmackinnon

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software