YorkU Geomatics presents
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The fourth GeoTalks Webinar will begin on January 13, 2021 on from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
We will welcome the undergraduate and graduate students from York University as well as all levels of audiences who are interested in Geomatics Science and Engineering.
Founder and CTO of SensorUp Inc.
Dr. Steve Liang is the founder and CTO of SensorUp, a NATO award-winning movement intelligence platform that interconnects the world's IoT data empowering the workforce of the future. Dr. Liang is a global influencer on the Internet of Things, and he is the working group chair of several international standard working groups of the Open Geospatial Consortium and UN’s ITU-T.
Dr. Liang is also a professor and research chair at the Department of Geomatics Engineering at the University of Calgary, and a lab scientist of the Creative Destruction Lab. Dr. Steve Liang was recently named the Rogers IoT Research Chair, a five-year research chair position sponsored by Rogers Communications. A recipient of numerous awards, Dr. Liang has received Calgary’s Top 40 Under 40, Killam Emerging Research Leader Award, and more. Dr. Liang received his PhD from York University in 2007.
Founder and CEO of Lim Geomatics Inc.
Dr. Kevin Lim is the founder and CEO of Lim Geomatics Inc. The company was founded in 2006 to commercialize Dr. Lim's Ph.D. research in airborne lidar and its application to forest inventory and has since grown to employ 20 staff across its two offices located in Ottawa and Calgary. Lim Geomatics was recently recognized as one of Canada's fastest growing companies with its inclusion on the Canadian Business 2020 Growth List.
With its focus on building geospatial software and data to help forestry companies be more efficient with their in-office and field operations, Lim Geomatics has emerged as an industry leader in the forestry market with how it leverages GIS, remote sensing, IoT and AI to increase the bottom line for its forestry customers in Canada, USA and South Africa.
Lim Geomatics remains a bootstrapped company to this day and in this talk, Dr. Lim will share his experiences with his entrepreneurship journey that has spanned over the last 15 years. Dr. Lim received his Ph.D. from Queen's University in 2006 and lives in Ottawa.
Lead Research Scientist, Centre de Géomatique du Québec
Dr. Mozhdeh Shahbazi is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geomatics Engineering, the University of Calgary since 2016. She is also lead research scientist at Centre de géomatique du Québec since 2019. She is vice president of Canadian remote sensing society (CRSS) and secretory of Working Group II, TCI at ISPRS since 2016. She received her BSc degree in civil/survey engineering in 2009, her MSc degree in geomatics/photogrammetry engineering in 2011, and her Ph.D. in applied geomatics in 2016. At the University of Calgary, she has established a research lab, Autonomous Mapping Lab. Her current research areas include: Development, integration and calibration of ranging and imaging technologies (UAV / MMS); Autonomous and high-precision mapping via vision-guided (unmanned aerial) systems; and the applications of such systems in infrastructure inspection and monitoring, precision agriculture, and mining. At Centre de geomatique du Québec, she supervises a technology-access center that aims for build innovation capacity in photogrammetry, hydrography and remote sensing.
Strategic Marketing Manager, Geospatial Field Solutions
Stephanie Michaud is the Strategic Marketing Manager for the field software solutions segment of the Geospatial group at Trimble Inc, and is responsible for activities related to market research, business partnerships, product development, and new product introduction spanning GIS and Survey product portfolios.
During her 9-year tenure at Trimble, she has also held technical roles in the Land Administration and Agriculture groups. Mrs. Michaud holds a degree in geomatics engineering from the University of Calgary in Canada and is a registered professional engineer.