Dr. Zaffar Sadiq Mohamed-Ghouse joins Spatial Vision

By on 13 November, 2018

Dr. Zaffar Sadiq Mohamed-Ghouse, right, pictured here with Wendy Lawson.

Spatial Vision welcomes an icon of the Australian geospatial industry into the fold as executive director of strategic consulting.

President of the Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute, Dr. Mohamed-Ghouse, brings over 20 years of experience in government, academic and corporate sectors, and is a highly decorated and motivated member of the geospatial community.

Zaffar has been a member of ISO TC/211 committee since 2010, contributed to the ISO 19157 Spatial Data Quality standard and is currently working on the BIM2GIS standards. He is also the founding member of the UN-GGIM Private Sector Network, and passionately mentors young professionals and new immigrants to Australia in the spatial domain.

“I am excited to join the senior leadership team at Spatial Vision and look forward to working with Spatial Vision’s multicultural team with varied skills in spatial analyses, technology, strategy and policy formulation, and software development,” he said.

Zaffar has been a recipient of the President’s Award from the International Society of Digital Earth and the SSSI’s Young Professional Award.

Glenn Cockerton, managing director of Spatial Vision, welcomed Dr. Mohamed-Ghouse to the team.

“Zaffar has held senior roles in FrontierSI (the former Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information), GHD and Jacobs and we look forward to harnessing both his expertise and experience here at Spatial Vision,” he said.

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