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Team

StephaneStéphane Hardy, Geographer, M.Sc., DGI – Project Leader

Stéphane Hardy is a geographer. He received a Master’s degree in Remote Sensing (SAR) from Université de Montréal in 1993. Throughout his career, he has participated in many projects related to the environment, such as determining snow water equivalent from radar images; identifying sedimentation at the mouths of two rivers from Landsat images; and detecting wetlands with an eye to sustainability from high-resolution polarimetric radar images. As a radar specialist, as well as a project manager, Stéphane Hardy has also been involved in several R&D projects, including managing water resources and identifying the savannah and available water points in a cross-border context (Burkina-Faso/Ghana), using RS2 images and onsite investigations; developing innovative techniques for identifying multiple targets using time series from RS2 images; characterizing the vegetation cover and monitoring the ecological integrity of several national parks in northern Canada, including loss of wetlands and sustainability in a wetland environment, using time series from RS2 images.

MichelMichel Godard, Geographer, M.Sc., DGI – Project Leader

Michel Godard is a geographer specialized in geomatics and project management. He has 27 years of experience in the field of geomatics applied to land and cadaster management. Michel Godard is member of the Quebec Land Surveyors Professional Association as geometer in geomatics. He manages projects since 1990 in geographic information systems, mapping, remote sensing and photogrammetry. He also has an extensive experience in both domestic and international markets. Trilingual (French, English and Spanish), he is used to work in multicultural environments.

SonjaSonja Antic, Geographer, MSc., DGI - GIS Technician

Sonja Antic is a geographer and specialist in geographic information systems (GIS). After completing a bachelor's degree in geography, she specialized in the field of geomatics and geographic information systems. She gained skills in spatial analysis, data structuring applied to GIS, problem solving in GIS, integration and visualization of spatial data and mapping. In addition, during her training she studied the options and possibilities of the implementation of geospatial data management procedures in relation to the development of renewable energy projects. Within a Montreal firm, Idenergie, she realized a 3 month internship where she was able to implement all her skills acquired during her training and education. Her professional experience in the work environment have enabled her both to strengthen her expertise in geographic information systems, and to deepen her scientific research and the knowledge of renewable energy in Quebec.

Collaborators

CatalinaCatalina Gutierrez, Geographer, B.Sc. DGI – GIS and remote sensing analyst

Master in geography from the University of Montréal, her Master’s degree was specigically focus on Geomatics and GIS. Moreover, Catalina has a B »Eng. in Geodesy and Cadastre, and she has extensive experience in remote sensing analysis and geographic information systems. Through the development and implementation of diverse projects that required acquisition, processing and analysis of geographic information, She has demonstrated a strong capability to analyze and integrate GIS data. She has acquired a great experience in mapping production and she has also assisted in the development of GIS tools for the study and monitoring of geographic phenomena. Additionally, she is really interested in the environment protection and sustainable development.

JonathanJonathan Gaudreau, Geographer, M.Sc., DGI - GIS analyst

Jonathan Gaudreau is currently doing is M.Sc. in geography at the Laboratory of Environmental Geosimulation of the University of Montreal where he specializes in complex systems modelling. After undergraduate studies in Eastern-Asian Studies and Geography, where he had the chance to travel in China and to learn mandarin, he made a complete 180o spin and decided to specialize in geographical information sciences (GISciences). His master research projet focuses on modelling the changes in the spatial distribution of black-backed woodpeckers (Picoides arcticus) in response to changes in wildfire patterns induced by Climate Change. His expertise combining GIS and computer programming (cartography, software, programming, logic, algorithmic), he is adaptable to various projects and fields. Thus, he blends perfectly in a team like we have at Dromadaire Géo-Innovation.

StephaneHellen Gomez, Engineer, B.Sc., DGI - Project manager

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StephaneDavid Hernandez, Geographer, M.Sc.

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StephaneKatharina Guth, Geographer, M.Sc.

Katharina Guth is a geographer and specialist in geographic information systems (GIS). Her academic background, achieved in the Canadian province of Quebec and in Germany, allowed her to develop skills in geographic information systems (GIS), spatial analysis and mapping. Beyond her graduate studies, she gained work experience in geomatics at various places, including the Ministry of Transport of Quebec, the Urbanisation-Culture-Society-Research Centre of the National Institute of Scientific Research (INRS-UCS) in Montreal and the Centro de Estudios para el rural desarollo (CESDER) in Mexico. Her professional experiences have not only allowed her to strengthen her expertise in geomatics, but also in scientific research and her knowledge about indigenous peoples in the province of Quebec.