International Business Development, SkyTEM Airborne Surveys


Gary Tipper is the International Business Development Manager for SkyTEM Airborne Surveys with Headquarters based in Aarhus Denmark. Mr. Tipper's career started in the petroleum ground seismic industry in Western Canada in 1976. In 1984 Mr. Tipper became involved in International Seismic Exploration projects starting in Kenya and expanding to include senior management positions for Seismic Exploration in Canada, Africa, South America and the Middle East. In 1993 Mr. Tipper became involved in airborne geophysics on a global scale . In September 2014 Mr. Tipper accepted the position of the International Business Development Manager for SkyTEM who specialize in helicopter Electromagnetics/magnetics/gravity and radiometrics for various scientific applications.



The future potential for the Integration of Remote Sensing, Satellite and Lidar imagery with airborne and ground geophysical data in Kazakhstan

Recent advances in technologies have allowed for the integration of a number of very different remote sensing and scientific datasets into a comprehensive database for the Kazakhstan Government. Historically, these datasets have been collected independently by various Government groups that usually had quite diverse interests and objectives. Until recently these groups did not fully recognize the value of integrating these older datasets into a common data base. These integrated datasets can now be accessed by different Governmental agencies as well as private industry in real time. This new GIS will now provide a more comprehensive interpretation of both surface and sub-surface information that can be utilized in a broad range of applications that include: environmental, ground water resources, agricultural, natural resource exploration and soil classifications. Combining airborne geophysical Electro-magnetic, magnetic, gravity and radiometric data will now expand the database for many new applications.




The future potential for the Integration of Remote Sensing, Satellite and Lidar imagery with airborne and ground geophysical data in Kazakhstan

Recent advances in technologies have allowed for the integration of a number of very different remote sensing and scientific datasets into a comprehensive database for the Kazakhstan Government. Historically, these datasets have been collected independently by various Government groups that usually had quite diverse interests and objectives. Until recently these groups did not fully recognize the value of integrating these older datasets into a common data base. These integrated datasets can now be accessed by different Governmental agencies as well as private industry in real time. This new GIS will now provide a more comprehensive interpretation of both surface and sub-surface information that can be utilized in a broad range of applications that include: environmental, ground water resources, agricultural, natural resource exploration and soil classifications. Combining airborne geophysical Electro-magnetic, magnetic, gravity and radiometric data will now expand the database for many new applications.



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