New team member at AAMHatch

Gail brings to AAMHatch more than 20 years experience in the mapping business. Her skills include specialisation in the application of a diverse range of digital imagery derived from satellite based remotely sensed data, airborne laser mapping (also referred to as LiDAR) and digital photography. This knowledge is utilised in consultancy and project management capacities for a range of corridor mapping and site specific engineering design projects which are crucial for pipeline development and management.

Gail joined the team at AAMHatch a few months ago and is gradually making contact with members of APIA who have potential needs in survey and mapping during this extremely active period for the industry.

With experience in a range of environments in Australasia, both Gail and AAMHatch have an appreciation of the challenging environments for engineering design, construction and maintenance.

AAMHatch draws upon its vast portfolio of digital “imagery” using both fixed wing and rotary aircraft to capture a range of images and derived data, frequently delivering products with height accuracies in the order of 5 cm to 15 cm and image resolution ranging from 2 cm to 60 cm.

Gail is an active member of the spatial information community, being the Director of the Australian Spatial Information Business Association (ASIBA), a patron of the Spatial Sciences Institute – Young Professionals (SSI), the ex-Vice Chair of ASIBA and the Chair of the Asia Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards.

Gail, based in the Brisbane Office, has now become the APIA contact for AAMHatch.

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