The Canadian Consortium for Arctic Data Interoperability

The CCADI is currently composed of a group of Canada’s foremost Arctic scholars and Arctic data managers at the University of Calgary (Arctic Institute of North America), the University of Waterloo (Canadian Cryospheric Information Network and Polar Data Catalogue), Carleton University (Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre), the University of Manitoba (Centre for Earth Observation Science), Universit√© Laval (Centre d'√©tudes nordiques),University of Ottawa (Faculty of Law) Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, Inuvialuit Regional Corporation, Natural Resources Canada, Polar Knowledge Canada, Cybera Inc., Polar View, and Sensor-Up Inc.



CCADI aims to advance collaboration, nationally and internationally, through development of an integrated Canadian arctic data management system that facilitates information discovery, establishes metadata and data sharing standards, enables interoperability among existing data infrastructures, and is accessible to the broadest possible audience of users.