CHC is the biennial conference hosted by the Canadian Hydrographic Association (CHA). It is the premier hydrographic conference in North America, alternating yearly with the US Hydrographic Conference of The Hydrographic Society of America (THSOA), a friend and a partner.
This gathering is a pivotal occasion to meet players and stakeholders in hydrography from North America and worldwide. Today, this gathering is located in Gatineau, on the Ottawa River, a tributary of the central part of the 3500 kilometres long navigation system Great Lakes - Gulf of St. Lawrence. The River portion, and the Sea portion (also named Gulf of St. Lawrence), is recognized for the navigation challenges it offers. These challenges have resulted in Canada being known as a nursery for excellent ideas and hydrographic innovations leading and serving to guide the evolution of international standards. CHC2022 (www.chc2022.org) with its scientific program, informative vendor displays, and topical keynote speakers will provide you with numerous learning opportunities. During this four day event, you will have the chance to discuss different issues related to hydrography. From dynamic objects to crowdsourcing, to ASVs to hydrospace, you will note the dynamic evolution leading to “A World transformed”.