Last week, 102 of the brightest minds in geospatial technologies met for the 3rd annual NORTH51 conference in Banff. The 2020 theme, “Off the Map,” represented the continuous evolution of geospatial technology and highlighted the incongruous rise in the reliance on location-aware systems, as well...
Serial entrepreneur, mentor, author and thought leader: Cara Wolf, founder and CEO of Calgary-based Ammolite Analytx, is one of the leading voices in the geospatial community.
If there were an award for enthusiasm, Kate Pexman would definitely win it. At TECTERRA, we’ve given her our version of just that, which is the 2019 Award for Student Leadership in Geospatial.
Sean Greenwood has a lot of accolades to his name: Olympian, the first Canadian UAV pilot to fly beyond visual line of sight in unrestricted airspace, a commercial helicopter pilot (those of you in Calgary and Vancouver may remember him flying the Global News chopper)--and TECTERRA’s 2019...
Former rodeo athlete Dusty Lavalley has developed a unique and innovative online platform that connects truckers across North America with people who want to ship heavy equipment and small freight.
In a rapidly changing and fast-paced world of doing business, the Internet of Things has become a critical component for companies to ride the wave of progress.
Calgary-based Ingu Solutions, a technology company, is disrupting the pipeline inspection industry with its unique Pipers screening tool.
Calgary, AB, January 9, 2020 – TECTERRA is celebrating its 10-year anniversary in 2020. The organization has successfully been supporting innovative geospatial technology development in Alberta for the last decade.