WHAT WE DO
TECTERRA is a non-profit focused on community-level initiatives which grow geospatial thinking, develop skills, and lead to the creation of innovative technology.
- TECTERRA Invests an Additional $600,000 into Geospatial Scholarship ProgramTECTERRA is dedicated to developing geospatial technology through its work with industry, researchers, and governments. As new industries come into play and gain interest from people early in their careers, it's important to think about recruitment and the role it plays in a prosperous economy. Ensuring the geospatial… Read more »
- Schulich student humbled to be chosen as first recipient of new TECTERRA bursaryWritten by: University of Calgary Read more »
- Overcoming the Hardware HurdleWritten by: Masoud Kalantari at The Rubic How we utilized Alberta’s innovation centers to boost our success. Hardware is Hard. Starting a hardware technology startup is more challenging than pure software play in this day and age. The main reasons are apparent. A working prototype in software and scaling… Read more »
Nowhere: society and technology invisibly aligned.
Technology is constantly running in the background. Undoubtedly, it has solved more problems than we know. These are the stories of how geospatial tech unexpectedly affects our lives.
Understanding societal values in technology design is critical for its success and intended use, though more often than not there are unintended consequences. The intersection of society and technology and its accidental uses provide interesting and compelling stories of how tech unexpectedly affects our lives.
Nowhere is a podcast that brings you monthly episodes of inspiring, informative, and authentic discussions with technology leaders from around the world. Host Jonathan Neufeld aims to explore the intended or unintended uses of geospatial technology and its effect on the real world.