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The science of collecting and analyzing geographical information, including land surveying and mapping information.

ge′o·mat′ic (-tĭk) adj.
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The project was initiated by Geomatic Center for Climate Change Development of Pakistan Environment Protection Agency.
The Geomatic Center with its immense efforts and technical expertise prepared the Environmental Atlas of Islamabad which was inaugurated by theHonorable Parliamentary Secretary for Climate Change.
As Geomatic Allegro, she limped over the 2014 finish with sail and rig damage to finish PHS 19th.
The sections cover an overview of geomatic technologies, applications in infrastructure facilities, and new management tools and intelligent modeling.
Clark was previously the vice president of Sales for Altus Positioning Systems and he founded Geomatic Resources LLC and held several positions at Leica Geosystems, including vice president of sales for South Central USA, regional manager of direct sales, and technical sales representative.
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.
According to PC Geomatic, currently, over 5,000 ILWIS systems are in use in more than 100 countries.
In this connection, the Ministry of Climate Change started a project in Pakistan Environmental Protection Agency titled as Geomatic Center for Climate Change and Sustainable Development.
ISLAMABAD -- Ministry of Climate Change has launched a project of Establishment of Geomatic Center for Climate Change and Sustainable Development and several other projects and programs to support the environmental goals.
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.
Geomatics expertise: expertise services cover geographic databases, software, components, protocols, standards and standards of the geomatics domain.