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Ogier joins the firm with more than 12 years of photogrammetry and GIS experience, which includes managing various types of mapping projects. He brings expansive knowledge of photogrammetry, LiDAR and orthophotography techniques to the position.
“Chris’s in-depth technical knowledge will be a great asset to both our growing group of photogrammetry professionals and our clients as we build on the expertise needed to continue providing clients with innovative project solutions,” said Jeff Lovin, CP, Woolpert vice president and photogrammetry and remote sensing director.
Ogier received his bachelor’s degree in geography from Appalachian State University, N.C. He is currently a member of the Urban Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) where he previously served as a board member of the Georgia Chapter, the American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) and the Association of American Geographers (AAG).