Accordingly, Optimal appointed Ron Gant as Director of Transportation to strengthen the drive to become the premier provider of surveying, mapping, remote sensing, GIS, and GPS solutions in the Transportation sector.
“Transportation projects depend upon reliable, accurate data and as a result the Transportation Industry has been in the forefront for developing technologies serving data acquisition and compilation for engineering and GIS,” stated Ron Gant, Director of Transportation. “Optimal is a leading edge provider of solutions and services for consulting, remote sensing, GPS, LiDAR and similar technologies. Optimal will focus resources on providing those leading edge solutions to meeting the needs of surveyors, engineers and GIS professionals in the Transportation Industry.”
Mr. Gant brings with him a wealth of experience to this sector including 16 years of executive experience with Bentley Systems and Intergraph Corporation. Mr. Gant‘s focus is on developing strong customer relationships and a growing market share in the transportation sector within North America.
“Mr. Gant has a proven track record in the Transportation sector of building products and market share. I am confident that this market will be well-served by his leadership and benefit from his commitment to bringing the latest geomatics solutions to the customer‘s enterprise,” commented Colum Caldwell, President and CEO.
Optimal Geomatics specializes in the science and technology of gathering, analyzing, interpreting, distributing and using geographic information. Optimal applies the disciplines of surveying, mapping, remote sensing, geographic information systems (GIS), and global positioning system (GPS) to provide solutions for engineering and geospatial professionals. Optimal‘s geomatics solutions enable State Departments of Transportation to streamline tasks and projects related to operations, road routes, intermodal connectivity, traffic congestion, safety improvements, engineering, conservations / environmental protection, and more.
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