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Hamilton Named Product Manager for CARIS Onboard

Travis Hamilton (Photo: CARIS)

Posted by Eric Haun

Geospatial software developer CARIS announced that Travis Hamilton has joined its team as the product manager of the newest application in the CARIS software suite, CARIS Onboard.
Hamilton has a bachelor's degree in Geomatics from the University of New Brunswick and is currently completing his master's degree. He has spent the last two years working in offshore survey as a data processor and operator of AUVs off the coast of Africa and other locations around the world. Hamilton is already familiar with the CARIS operation having recently worked under contract implementing a new Sound Velocity Correction algorithm for the HIPS and SIPS application.
"Travis' real world AUV experience is a great fit for CARIS Onboard which is being developed with autonomous survey applications in mind," said Mike Gourley, CARIS senior products manager. "He'll be a great addition to the Fredericton team, and the timing is great with the launch of CARIS Onboard planned for September".
CARIS Onboard is destined to be a game changer in the world of hydrographic data processing by automating the repeatable workflow steps resulting in near-real time mapping of the seafloor.

Aug 18, 2015

 

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