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June 19, 2014
DAT/EM Systems International Hires New Photogrammetric Software Engineer

Anchorage, Alaska, June 12, 2014—DAT/EM Systems International® welcomes Dr. Zhijun (Jeff) Wang as Photogrammetric Software Engineer. He joins DAT/EM from Quebec City, Canada where he completed his post-doctoral degree in Geomatics from the University of Sherbrook and held the position of Chief Scientist in Geomatics at XEOS Imaging Inc. for seven years. He is also a published Geoscience writer whose most cited paper is A Comparative Analysis of Image Fusion Method.

“Dr. Wang has an extensive software engineering background with special expertise in photogrammetry,” says Jeffrey Yates, DAT/EM General Manager. “He is already an integral contributor to our innovative software development.”

Dr. Wang’s years of involvement in the geospatial industry developed skills in several areas including:

  • Digital photogrammetry
  • Remote sensing and image processing
  • 3D point cloud processing
  • LiDAR processing
  • Bundle adjustments
  • Stereovision
  • Spatial data handling
  • GPS, GIS
  • C/C++, openCV, openGL
  • Matlab/IDL/python

Dr. Wang’s wide array of photogrammetric software expertise will compliment DAT/EM’s rich history of creating advanced software and hardware by listening to clients and industry trends.

About DAT/EM Systems International

DAT/EM Systems International, located in Anchorage, Alaska, USA, has been developing photogrammetric software since 1987. DAT/EM specializes in 3D stereo viewing and feature data collection software. Its products include the Summit Evolution digital stereoplotter and proprietary Capture interfaces that allow Summit Evolution to digitize directly into MicroStation®, AutoCAD®, or ArcGIS®. For more information, please visit DAT/EM’s website at www.datem.com or email sales@datem.com.

 

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