At Challenger Geomatics, we pride ourselves in being early adopters and staying on top of the latest developments in technology. In fact, did you know that Challenger was one of the very first survey companies in Canada to equip our field crews with GPS technology? In keeping with our tradition of being at the forefront of new technology in the survey field, we have upgraded our GPS survey equipment.
After a thorough internal review of the latest survey technology available on the market, we opted for the latest generation of Leica’s GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) suite of products. The close integration between Leica’s Smart Antenna, RTK Rover, and new Field Controller, as well as advances in the accompanying software creates an exceptionally advanced technology infrastructure to provide faster and even more accurate service for our clients.
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We are excited to announce our newest indigenous relationship, with Dena Nezziddi Corporation. Challenger has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Dena Nezziddi, the economic development arm of the Ross River Dena Council (RRDC), which is a Kaska Nation in Ross River, Yukon. Challenger and Dena Nezziddi will operate under the MOU while we work toward a formal Joint Venture Agreement, generating income for Dena Nezziddi and job opportunities for Ross River Citizens.
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We are excited to announce that Sub-Arctic Surveys Ltd. is joining with Challenger Geomatics Ltd.
Sub-Arctic is a leading, professional survey firm with headquarters in Yellowknife and a seasonal field office in Iqaluit. With a presence now established in all three of Canada’s northern territories – Yukon, Nunavut and the Northwest Territories – this builds on Challenger’s already extensive northern credentials, and positions Challenger / Sub-Arctic as the surveyor of choice for survey, mapping and geomatics services across Canada’s North.
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Building on our long history of working in the area, we are excited to announce that Challenger has opened a new Branch Office to service Drayton Valley and area. Employing several staff members from the former Baseline Geomatics, our Drayton Valley team will continue to deliver responsive local service backed by Challenger’s breadth of experience and resources.
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We are excited to announce our newest indigenous partnership, a majority aboriginal-owned joint venture between Challenger Geomatics Ltd. and Chief Isaac Inc. The new joint venture was officially announced on November 20th, 2017 during a partnership-themed breakfast on the sidelines of the Yukon Geoscience Conference in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory.
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In the spirit of our long-standing commitment to engage with Canada’s Indigenous Peoples, we are proud to announce the creation of a new Indigenous Relations Lead role at Challenger Geomatics. Building on our successful history of business partnerships and project work with Indigenous Peoples and on their lands, the new role will also focus on strengthening ties and adding value for our clients and partners such as growing local capacity and employment opportunities, utilizing Indigenous businesses and seeking out other opportunities for mutual benefit.
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We are excited to announce Challenger has opened a new branch office to service the Grande Prairie area, Peace River Country and beyond. Our Grande Prairie branch will deliver a full range of survey, geomatics, mapping, and engineering services, with the same focus on service, quality and safety that our clients have come to expect from Challenger
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