Jamie began operating UAS in 2014 while working as an archaeologist. Between 2014 and 2019, Jamie created several hundred UAS based photogrammetry models of historic buildings, prehistoric earthworks and cemeteries, including the World Heritage Site Sutton Hoo, in England, the American Battle Monuments Commission Corozal American Cemetery in Panama, and the American Battle Monuments Commission North Africa American Cemetery in Tunisia. Jamie began working at the Ohio UAS Center in May of 2019 and helped ODOT districts begin modelling roadways, retaining walls and landslides. Jamie specializes in the collection and processing of UAS remote sensing data that includes photogrammetry, LiDAR, magnetometry, infrared and multispectral datasets.
September 5-7, 2023 • Caesars Forum • Las Vegas