People have described Chris Trevillian as a “parachute guy” (you can parachute him into nearly any situation) and as a geospatial “Swiss army knife.” Coming to Trimble from a surveying background, Chris has held several challenging positions related particularly to new and disruptive technologies. For example, when Trimble jumped into the UAS arena years back, it was no surprise that Chris was parachuted into that field.
Chris studied integrated science and technology at Virginia’s James Madison University and worked as a survey party chief before joining Trimble in 2011. He holds an LSI in Colorado and has worked as a systems engineer, trainer and product specialist for surveying, surveying software, imagining rovers, UAS, and more. Now a product manager, Chris is known for his effective training style, sense of humor, and wide-eyed enthusiasm for the technology.
Chris lives in Boulder and recently married the love of his life, Emily. While not working he can be found with his wife and friends somewhere in the mountains riding a bike or alpine ski touring.