AXIS GeoAviation LLC today announced the appointment of Andrew Camela as Operations Coordinator. A new position within the flight department, Mr. Camela will be managing Sensor Operators for aerial missions focusing on quality data collection.
With a proven track record for successfully leading large scale initiatives and driving geospatial innovation, Andy’s leadership skills are well suited to lead AXIS GeoAviation LLC’s quality spatial data development efforts as they continue in their mission to provide clients with accurate spatial data that can be integrated with their job site specifications.
Mr. Camela brings more than 3 years of experience in geospatial analysis and data acquisition operations to AXIS. Most recently, he served as Geospatial Analyst at Leidos where he was responsible for processing GPS/IMU, LiDAR, and EO sensor data from a raw format to final products and dissemination in support of the Army Buckeye program in both CONUS and OCONUS locations
Mr. Camela received his Bachelor’s Degree in Geography from West Chester University in Pennsylvania. Retired from the United States Army, Mr. Camela had tours in Iraq and Afghanistan.
“Andy brings an enormous amount of LiDAR technology experience to the Team which was obtained while working for various DoD and commercial venues. He has worked with international governments and other government entities. This attention to detail and focus to quality are the same work ethics he now brings to our clients,” says Dean Toth Director of Operations for AXIS GeoAviation LLC.
AXIS GeoAviation LLC (AGA) is a leading provider of advanced LiDAR technology and aerial imagery for surveying, mapping and photogrammetry firms in the U.S. Established in 2012 in Easton Maryland, AGA provides hi-resolution aerial imagery and LiDAR data. The firm utilizes state of the art aerial cameras, sensors and aircraft to collect quality data in a timely manner. Since 2012, AGA has been capturing hi-definition LiDAR and imagery for various local, state, federal and private sector clients; most specifically several USACE districts. The recent purchase of the Riegl LMS Q-1560 allows AGA to cover larger areas from higher altitudes.
For more information please call Erica Insley at 410-822-1441 or visit www.axisgeoaviation.com.