A VerySpatial Podcast – Episode 82

A VerySpatial Podcast
Shownotes – Episode 82
February 11, 2007

Main Topic: Interview: Graham Stickler, Product and Marketing Director of 1Spatial

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    Music
    This weeks podsafe music:
    “Graceful and Charming” by Great Big Sea

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    News

  • NACIS Survey
  • Main topic

  • Interview with Graham Stickler, Product and Marketing Director of 1Spatial
  • From a press release: Graham has over 20 years experience in the geospatial industry. His career began in the early 1980s as a Research Hydrologist involved in Catchment Modeling and Remote Sensing. He went on to work in the UK Water Industry as a consultant in Digital Mapping and GIS and then joined ESRI in the late 1980s. At ESRI Graham was involved in particular in the data model extensions for Dynamic Segmentation and regions and worked on the integration of spatial data with Management Information Systems. Graham then joined Unisys as Business Development Manager for EMEA where he again was involved in the integration of spatial data into enterprise-wide systems. In 1995 he joined Exor Corporation where he was initially responsible for their Spatial Strategy and Business Development. Graham moved on to become Product Director, steering product direction through market input and customer demand for all Exor products in the Highways and Utilities arena and worked closely with Oracle on the design of linear referencing into Oracle Spatial at Oracle9i and more recently on the integration of Exor systems with the Oracle e-Business Suite.

    Events

    This week A Very Spatial Podcast is sponsored by ESRI.

    ESRI’s 27th Annual International User Conference is going to be June 18th to 22nd this year in San Diego, CA. Online registration is available now. To learn more visit: www.esri.com/veryspatial

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    Jesse is Instructor in Geography and a PhD candidate in Geography focusing on the integration of phenomenology and geospatial technologies to study prehistoric cultural landscape. He is a GIS Professional and Registered Professional Archaeologist and holds an MA in Geography and a BS in Anthropology with a concentration in archaeology.