Effigis Geo-Solutions expands its presence to Western Canada with the acquisition of Honeyman Morris and Gilnockie Inspection
Effigis annouces the acquisition of Honeyman Morris Incorporated (HMI) and Gilnockie Inspection Limited (GIL), both located in British Columbia.
An automated satellite image interpretation application based on artificial intelligence is awarded federal R & D funding
Effigis Geo-Solutions (Effigis) announces a CANARIE federal funding for a research and development project led by principal investigator Yacine Bouroubi, who is a collaborator at Effigis and professor in the Applied Geomatics Department at Université de Sherbrooke.
Multispectral satellite imagery enables high-precision predictive mapping for large territories around the world.
"To meet customer demands, it made sense to add structural engineering to support the next link in the chain."
Effigis’s Earth Observation Team helps develop a solution that rationally uses agricultural inputs.
Effigis Geo-Solutions inc., is proud to announce its participation as a “silver partner” of GIS Day, organized by GeoStat Centre team from Laval University, as well as other departments.
The upsurge in the use of sensors installed in pilot-less devices, known as drones, to acquire aerial images has given new life to photogrammetric applications. It was not so long ago that these applications were reserved for specialists who had mastered the mathematical principles of camera modelling, image block aerotriangulation and geometric correction.
There are many risks inherent to each steps of a mine lifecycle, and they are all quite different from one another. How can we better manage and especially evaluate these risks?
Effigis is proud to take part, as a service provider, in the infrastructure surveys and inspections of poles in Bell Gigabit Fibe’s overhead network in anticipation of Bell’s Gigabit Fibe’s network in Toronto (Ontario, Canada).
Geospatial technologies, such as modern geographic information systems (GIS) and data capturing technologies, are at the heart of the smart city, because understanding the “WHERE” component is critical for making an informed decision.