GeoIgnite Conference Launched by GoGeomatics

GoGeomatics Founder, Jonathon Murphy took the plunge this week announcing GeoIgnite – an exciting new geospatial conference that will be held in Ottawa, Canada June 18 and 19 at the Ottawa Conference Center.

logo for GeoIgnite Conference - June 18 and 19 in Ottawa, Canada

GeoIgnite Conference – June 18 and 19 in Ottawa, Canada

The plans are still being finalized for the program, speakers and social events, but now is the time to save the dates for this important opportunity to connect with the geospatial community across Canada.

The theme for this year’s GeoIgnite is Leadership, Innovation and Next-Level Technology.

GeoIgnite 2019 will guide participants through the current and future landscapes of emerging location technologies. This conference is focused on providing attendees with updates on technology, data, services, and thought leadership.

GeoIgnite will bring the latest innovations and the next generation of disruptive geospatial technologies under one roof for two days of connection and collaboration. This is the location technology conference that Canada has been waiting for.

Stay tuned for the launch of our conference website, which will contain information, announcements of our speakers, exhibitors, sponsors and details on conference sessions. Get first notice of our early- bird prices by signing up for our email updates below. As well, you can contact our conference Chair Jonathan Murphy jmurphy(at)gogeomatics.ca to learn more.

On behalf of the Conference advisory committee, GoGeomatics looks forward to seeing you at this major event in the Canadian geospatial community.

Looks like there will be an opportunity for Younger Geospatial Professionals to connect with college and university students to share ideas and encourage them to learn more about geospatial careers.

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