Centimetre resolution & accuracy

Advanced 3D products from imagery

Mapping for all platforms

Anywhere, anytime and on any device

Geospatial Services

The staff at Bosys Technologies has spearheaded and successfully completed numerous Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and web mapping projects on a number of GIS platforms for the public and private sectors in Canada and around the world.

Remote Sensing

Bosys Technologies utilizes advanced Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) to collect and process high-resolution, actionable and on-demand aerial imagery that is economical and ready-to-use in most geographical and mapping environments.

Application Development

With a strong focus on productivity, Bosys Technologies develops custom desktop and browser-based GIS applications and tools that combine spatial data and visualization to target specific business needs.

Holland Marsh

Bosys collected and processed topographical data for an area covering over 28km2 of the Holland Marsh. Considered to contain some of the most valuable farm land in Ontario, the Holland Marsh project required over 4,300 high resolution images to capture and process to produce accurate 3D products used for surveying and engineering purposes.

Cathedraltown

A 200 acre European-inspired town located in Markham, Ontario and home to an estimated population of 3,000. While still under consrtuction, Bosys collected high resolution imagery and generated topographical information; point clouds, contours, DSMs and DTMs that were used for various purposes including environmental assessments and urban planning.

Gravel & Stone Pit

Utilizing Bosys for generating up-to-date information about mining operations, gravel and stone pits or other cut-and-fill operations is cost-effective, efficient, faster and more accurate compared to traditional surveying methods. We produce accurate calculations for volumes of materials, stockpiles and are able to monitor operation areas using UAV technology.

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CREDITS
Description The Cathedral of the Transfiguration
Date 06 August 2015
Source Vikpahwa.com
Photographer Vik Pahwa
License Licensed to Bosys Technologies Inc.

Description The Cathedral of the Transfiguration in Markham, Ontario, Canada.
Date 12 August 2009
Source flickr
Author Sorin Nechita
License Creative Commons

Description home-icon
Date 23 April 2013
Source iconfinder.com
Author Timothy Miller
License Creative Commons

Description Mine wagon icon
Date Unknown
Source game-icons-net
Author delapouite.com
License Creative Commons

Description A colored Emoji from Noto project, released under Apache license
Date 19 August 2014
Source commons.wikimedia.org
Author Google
License Apache License 2.0

Description Satellite icon for Featured Pictures
Date 5 August 2014
Source commons.wikimedia.org
Author Maxx12
License Creative Commons

Description GIS
Date Unknown
Source The Noun Project
Author Iconathon
License Public Domain Dedication

Description Contact-Us
Date 30 March 2013
Source flickr
Author Paladin Zhang
License Creative Commons

Description A detailed Robinson projection SVG map
Date 12 November 2006
Source Wikimedia Commons
Author Canuckguy (talk) and many others
License Public Domain