DAT/EM Systems promoted Jerry Shively from technical support engineer to international sales director. He will be responsible for international sales and increasing the presence of DAT/EM Systems on a worldwide basis through distributors and personal contact. He brings with him much experience and familiarity with the DAT/EM Systems product line. He has a strong background in the technical support, customer servicing and the service sales aspects of company operations. In addition to this, he has traveled extensively around the world for DAT/EM Systems, with involvement in conferences as well as training clients on system usage and integration.
Shively joined DAT/EM in 1995 with a degree in surveying and mapping from the University of Alaska Anchorage. Outside of his time at DAT/EM Systems, he has worked as an adjunct instructor at the University of Alaska Anchorage teaching CAD classes. An active member of the ASPRS (American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing), he has been elected from within the local Alaskan chapter as vice president for 2004 and president for 2005.
DAT/EM Systems International, an Alaska-based company, is a developer of photogrammetric hardware and software products and services. DAT/EM's primary market is in 3D feature data collection software via its digital stereoplotter, SUMMIT EVOLUTION and its DAT/EM CAPTURE product for data collection on its digital stereoplotter or virtually any analytical or analogue stereoplotter. DAT/EM offers certified technicians to service and install analytical stereoplotters.
Source: DAT/EM, Feb. 13, 2004