All posts by xyHt

Linda Foster

Project Manager at Ferber Engineering In the environment of a forward-thinking, multi-disciplined surveying and engineering firm, the right person at the right time can foster a transformation. In 2005, Linda Foster was hired by Ferber Engineering Company, a civil engineering consulting firm in South Dakota, to explore using GIS. Ten years later, she has revolutionized...

Rohan Bennett

Assistant Professor of Land Administration at the University of Twente Of prime importance for the developing world is land administration; initiatives for developing cadastres, avoiding “land grabs,” and developing green cadastres have been successful due in part to advances in geomatics science, but also due to the young dedicated professionals—with focused education—involved in these international...

Bruno Bougard

R&D Director at Septentrio GNSS technologies reach deep into nearly every aspect of our lives, from consumer to commercial to scientific—and no segments of GNSS markets are more technically demanding than high-precision OEM customers and scientific communities. Bruno Bougard is a very capable young fellow who, along with his amazing team at Septentrio (one of...

Amanda J. Allred

Founder and Owner of A&B Surveying and NSPS Director Amanda Allred has worked in the land surveying industry for more than 16 years. She’s from southwestern New Mexico and graduated from NMSU with a degree in surveying engineering and from the University of Alaska, Anchorage with a degree in geomatics. Her experience includes working for...

Nora Csanyi May

Senior Systems/Geodetic Engineer at Fugro Geospatial Inc. and Instructor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County Nora May received her MS in surveying and geoinformatics engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary and her PhD from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Geodetic Science, The Ohio State University. She has...

Nick Zeeben

Product Manager at Autodesk Legacy incremental models for software development have not always served the changing needs of the customers. “Scrum” teams, working in close collaboration, are a new, agile development model that recognizes that customer needs can change during the course of legacy development cycles.  Nick Zeeben is a product manager for Autodesk, leading...