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Hectares BC Data

As of June 30, 2022, Hectares BC is no longer available HectaresBC provided web browser based access to visualize and analyze geospatial data that is grid based (100 meter X 100 meter cells). The system allowed¬†users to easily create simple queries that combine multiple datasets and quantify values for different areas. This functionality allowed users …

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Eclipse Represents Northern BC at the 2019 BC Tech Summit

Eclipse Geomatics was proud to participate in the 2019 BC Tech Summit held at the Vancouver Convention Centre in March 2019 with an estimated 7,500 attendees. Eclipse hosted a table within the Northwest-Nechako Regional House featuring videos of the Sandbox exhibit and other project highlights. We would like to thank the Northern Development Initiative Trust for enabling our participation in such an exciting and inspiring event.

Eclipse Gears up for Skeena River Relay

Staff from Eclipse are joining with members of the Bulkley Valley Research Centre and other Smithereens to field a team for the Skeena River Relay running a total of 142 km from Prince Rupert to Terrace. Training has begun with some assistance from our four-legged motivational coaches.

Invisible Migration 2018

On May 24, 2018, Eclipse Geomatics attended the Invisible Migration event to join First Nations and neighbours across the Skeena Watershed to celebrate the natural occurrence of salmon migration. The event commemorates the yearly salmon trek to the Skeena River estuary. Additionally, release and send smolts to join them in hopes that they return next …

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2018 Sandbox Summer Student

Eclipse would like to recognize the hard work of our summer student Jason Louie, who joined us for the 2018 summer term to work on the Augmented Reality Sandbox project as a co-op student in the UVic Computer Science program. Jason improved the functionality of the Sandbox exhibit and implemented new features including lava, ice, …

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