geomatics

(redirected from Geomatic)

ge·o·mat·ics

 (jē′ə-măt′ĭks)
n.
The science of collecting and analyzing geographical information, including land surveying and mapping information.


ge′o·mat′ic (-tĭk) adj.
Translations
géomatique
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These results help to build the Government of Senegal~s capacity to process and to use geomatic information, and thus to improve land-use management.
The experts are at Newcastle University this week to talk about geomatic technology, which enables people to see the virtual globe on their computer.
Jon Mills, Professor of Geomatic Engineering at the university's School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, said: "All of our geomatics research revolves around this kind of technology, and bringing it to people's desktops has gone a long way towards raising awareness.
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Bahrain: Scientific and technical advances in geoscience and geomatics are the main focus of a three-day conference, which started yesterday.
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Engineering, and specifically geomatics engineering, is now an essential player in the modernization of efficient, environmentally safe oil and gas transportation.
an engineering, geomatics and planning firm with offices throughout the South, announces that Sasa Jezdic has joined the company's Lawrenceville, Georgia office as a senior geomatics CAD technician.
Lone Star College System (Texas) Honors student Janet Flores won a Dennis Boe Award for her honors project, "Surveying Mueschke Cemetery: A Community Preservation Project Led by Applied Geomatics.
The Responder will be used to collect aerial imagery that will contribute to CGQ's scientific research activities in the geomatics field.