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November 11th, 2012
Esri Australia Appoints Dr Dipak Paudyal as Part of Imagery Expansion

As Principal Consultant for Remote Sensing and Imaging at Esri Australia, Dr Paudyal will be spearheading the expansion of the world-leading Exelis product suite in the region.

With a career in the geospatial sector that spans more than three continents and 20 years, Dr Dipak Paudyal is arguably the most experienced and trusted geospatial imagery consultant in the country.

A published academic and lecturer, Dr Paudyal has held many coveted industry positions across both the private and public sectors, including at Queensland’s Department of Natural Resources and Mines and Department of Primary Industries.

Dr Paudyal holds a: PhD in radar remote sensing; Master of Engineering; Bachelor of Science; as well as multiple certifications from the Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI).

He comes to Esri Australia from Intergraph, where he headed up the Australasia regional team for ERDAS – a remote sensing technology platform.

In his new role, Dr Paudyal will be championing Exelis’ ENVI and IDL suite of image analysis software and E3De LiDAR data exploitation platform – both available in Australia exclusively through Esri Australia.

Dr Dipak Paudyal said the expansion of Exelis technology has come at an important time for the Australian GIS industry.

“Imagery is core to GIS technology – whether it’s used as a context-providing basemap, the source for creating new datasets, or to support geospatial analysis,” said Dr Paudyal.
Esri Australia appoints Dr Dipak Paudyal as part of imagery expansion

Esri Australia – the market-leader of the nation’s $2.1 billion Geographic Information System (GIS) technology industry – has announced the appointment of Dr Dipak Paudyal, as part of an expansion into the specialist area of imagery technology.

As Principal Consultant for Remote Sensing and Imaging at Esri Australia, Dr Paudyal will be spearheading the expansion of the world-leading Exelis product suite in the region.

With a career in the geospatial sector that spans more than three continents and 20 years, Dr Dipak Paudyal is arguably the most experienced and trusted geospatial imagery consultant in the country.

A published academic and lecturer, Dr Paudyal has held many coveted industry positions across both the private and public sectors, including at Queensland’s Department of Natural Resources and Mines and Department of Primary Industries.

Dr Paudyal holds a: PhD in radar remote sensing; Master of Engineering; Bachelor of Science; as well as multiple certifications from the Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI).

He comes to Esri Australia from Intergraph, where he headed up the Australasia regional team for ERDAS – a remote sensing technology platform.

In his new role, Dr Paudyal will be championing Exelis’ ENVI and IDL suite of image analysis software and E3De LiDAR data exploitation platform – both available in Australia exclusively through Esri Australia.

Dr Dipak Paudyal said the expansion of Exelis technology has come at an important time for the Australian GIS industry.

“Imagery is core to GIS technology – whether it’s used as a context-providing basemap, the source for creating new datasets, or to support geospatial analysis,” said Dr Paudyal.

“Traditionally, imagery has been a specialist area – but what we are starting to see is a growing appetite amongst all GIS users for more advanced capabilities to consume imagery and imagery derived products.

“I believe the Exelis product suite is the most advanced imagery software on the market, as it affords all GIS users – regardless of their skill set – with ready-at-hand access to the tools they require to improve their work with enhanced imagery processing and analysis.

“This heightened imagery capability will add value to users dealing with all manner of tasks – from determining how changes in the environment might impact crop yield, to automatically locating highway assets for road network analysis, to detecting the impact of demographic changes on their city and the surrounds – and everything in between.”

For further information, visit www.esriaustralia.com.au