Preliminary List of Sponsors

Wednesday, May 1 and Thursday May 2, 2019 @ The Bayview Club in Thornhill, ON

We thank all our event sponsors and exhibitors for supporting BeSpatial! For information, review how you can sponsor, or please contact: BeSpatial

     
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Esri Canada provides geographic information system (GIS) solutions that empower people in government, business and education to make informed and timely decisions by leveraging the power of mapping and spatial analytics. GIS facilitates operational awareness and multi-agency collaboration.

Municipal, provincial and federal governments leverage Esri technology to improve service delivery, accountability and fiscal management. Location analytics reveal patterns, risks and opportunities that can enhance infrastructure/asset management, economic development, land use planning, census and elections, routing and dispatch of government services. This technology also enables greater transparency, allowing residents to access more information online.

Teranet is an international leader and pioneer in electronic land registration systems and commerce.

 Teranet is the exclusive provider of Ontario’s online property search and registration. We developed, own and operate the Ontario Electronic Land Registration System – one of the most advanced, secure and sophisticated land registration systems in the world. Teranet also provides online access to Ontario’s Writs System.

Teranet also offers a complementary suite of innovative solutions for a number of key industries, including real estate, financial services, law, and government and utilities.

Teranet continues to grow its global footprint. A Teranet affiliate entity holds an interest in Foster Moore International Ltd, a New Zealand-based global market players in the government register sector.


Founded in 1989 and based out of Montreal, CONSORTECH is an industry leader in data integration, processing, and automation with cutting-edge expertise in geospatial and enterprise data. Our company helps municipal and government organizations manage their assets, while leveraging the existing GIS applications.

Consortech offers unique solutions that help organizations link GIS data with corporate applications through the use of a neutral ETL technology.  As a Platinum partner for Safe Software, our certified FME professionals create intelligent connections between systems, databases and business groups. We take existing manual data tasks and create automated data workflows and services that save significant time, resources, and money.

Our mission is to help organizations gain better access to high-quality and enriched data on which they can confidently base decisions for the benefit of their communities. Consortech stands out because of its ability to open up new opportunities by increasing the value of underutilized data.



Gold Sponsor

SolidCAD

For over 28 years SolidCAD has operated as one of the leading Autodesk Platinum Partners in Ontario. SolidCAD specializes in technology that supports multiple industries including Architecture, Engineering, Construction, Civil Infrastructure, and Manufacturing.  We are an Autodesk Authorized Training Center, employing the largest team of industry technology experts across Canada, in all time zones and both official languages.

SolidCAD is a new GOLD member, BeSpatial'19 Sponsor and Exhibitor. Thank you for your support!

   

 
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The Association of Ontario Land Surveyors (AOLS) is the governing body for land surveyors and land information professionals in Ontario. It was established in 1892. From that time, it has played a vital role in the development of the Province of Ontario. It is responsible for the regulation of the practice of professional land surveying and the governance of its members in order that the public interest may be protected. The AOLS issues licences to Cadastral (legal boundary) Surveyors and Certificates of Registration to specialists in Geodesy, Geographic Information Management, Hydrography or Photogrammetry. Ontario Land Surveyors are respected worldwide for their knowledge and expertise in their respective disciplines.

For over 50 years Cansel has helped organizations in the engineering, surveying, construction, mining, architecture, manufacturing, printing, utilities, forestry, and government sectors measure, analyze, design, and build more efficiently and profitably. Cansel’s national team of professionals combine software, hardware and services to provide tailored solutions to improve your workflow, from field to finish.




First Base Solutions (FBS) delivers high quality geospatial data and customer mapping solutions to organizations across North America. Visualizing complex information using orthophoto and spatial data enables organizations to save time and money, by efficiently managing projects, offering superior service and outdoing the competition with improved day-to-day decision making. FBS caters to organizations with diverse mapping needs, technical expertise and budgets.



Community Sponsors

About MISA Ontario

Municipal Information Systems Association, Ontario (MISA Ontario) is a non-profit organization whose objective is to foster an engaged and active community of municipal professionals, at all levels, to share information, experiences and promote municipal IT practices. Founded in the mid-70s, MISA Ontario has continued to be an advocate for innovation on behalf of all municipalities, small to large, on issues and topics that impact their communities.   As a member, you will join a growing number of 1400+ dedicated professionals working towards more effective government.  We provide online resources, and directories, as well as host annual events targeted to municipalities of all sizes.  Learn more about the value MISA Ontario provides. Please visit misa.on.ca.



Smart Cities Challenge, Infrastructure Canada

The Smart Cities Challenge is a pan-Canadian competition open to communities of all sizes, including municipalities, regional governments and Indigenous communities (First Nations, M├ętis and Inuit). The Challenge encourages communities to adopt a smart cities approach to improve the lives of their residents through innovation, data and connected technology.

The Smart Cities Challenge application process closed on April 24, 2018. We received 130 eligible applications from communities across Canada. The Smart Cities Challenge Jury helped select 20 of those applications to move on to the Finalist stage of the competition. Each Finalist will receive $250,000 to help them develop their final proposal. Visit the Impact Canada Challenge Platform to see the Finalist communities and their applications.



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