Ian has 33 years’ experience in the geospatial industry and a BSc(Hons) in Surveying and Mapping Sciences. He is a professional member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and a qualified Quality Assurance Lead Auditor. Ian began his career with Survey International before moving to the National Rivers Authority Thames Region survey team, transferring to Halcrow in 1994. During this period his technical focus was deformation monitoring and engineering surveys. Whilst at Halcrow Ian further developed his technical skills undertaking project and quality management and marketing roles. Ian first worked with laser scanners in 1998, developing Halcrow’s in-house capability, before joining 3D Laser Mapping and Riegl UK in 2003 as Marketing Manager, returning to Halcrow in 2007 as Global Technical Leader for Terrestrial Laser Scanning, leaving at the end of 2010 to setup 3D SiteScene and then geosphere4d.
Ian is based in West Sussex and when not working can be found mountain biking or trail running on the South Downs and following football, supporting Tottenham Hotspur.
Ed is a technical member of the Chartered Institute of Civil Engineering Surveyors with 19 years experience in the geospatial profession.
Ed has a wealth of knowledge and experience in structural deformation and monitoring and Engineering surveys, from tunnels to nuclear power stations.
Contact Ed on email@example.com
Originally from Brazil, with a degree in Civil Engineering, Raphael has experience in the application of geospatial services within the Architecture, Engineering and Construction sectors.
Raphael is developing geosphere4d’s spherical photography and Visual Site Management services so please contact Raphael for more information.
Contact Raphael on firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob ‘The Gentleman’ – expert in office security and looking regal – Experience – can be found
relaxing at the office and maintaining a dignified presence – top tip – always be a gentleman
Mack is expert in chasing ‘things’, eating and sleeping – Experience – can be found running round the
office…then eating, then sleeping – top tip – keep your eye on the ball.
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