Graduates of a geomatics engineering program have traditionally been employable in a diverse range of careers. They work in surveying, mapping, positioning and navigation for the building sector, defense, mining, oil and gas, remote sensing, software development, computer graphics, public utilities and government.
Today's emerging roles
Geomatics engineers help us navigate the challenges and opportunities of our increasingly interconnected world, where billions of small sensors and web connections are embedded in everyday objects. This "Internet of Things" includes unmanned aerial vehicles, autonomous robots, and technologies for 3D imaging, remote sensing, satellite navigation, big data management and beyond.