Sean Sullivan

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Sean brought his extensive knowledge of GIS environments and project life cycles to Spatial Technologies in 2007. He leads the downrange GIS projects for the 45th Space Wing and he manages the GIS Database Support for the 45th Civil Engineering Squadron. Downrange projects include GIS database implementation, data conversion, site plan development, custom programming and cartographic design. Sean has generated geospatial products that enhance logistical, flight-line, and utilities maintenance operations at Antigua and Ascension Air Stations.

Prior to joining Spatial, Sean excelled as a program manager at Data Mapping Solutions, where he was responsible for implementing a $20,000,000 parcel identification and mapping project, leading a team of over 100 analysts and the coordination of over 50 field agents. As part of the project, Sean created a custom land base layer using DOQQ aerial imagery and USGS Quad Maps. He oversaw the collection, conversion, and georeferencing of ESRI, Microstation and AutoCAD files to the MapInfo format. Sean’s GIS knowledge is broad and cross-platforms. Sean is also well-versed in site development, layout and permitting and has proven experiences in the civil engineering field.

Areas of Expertise:
Data Processing and conversion between platforms
Projections and transformations
Database Development
Data storage and website management
GPS Data Capture and integration
Time and cost accounting
Project management and tracking
Software and Technical Capabilities:
Operating Systems: Unix, Windows Vista/NT/XP/2000/98, Windows Server 2000/03
Databases: Oracle, Oracle Spatial, MS-SQL, IMB DB2, Access, Geodatabases, Smallworld
ESRI: ArcGIS 8/9.x, ArcInfo 7.x, ArcGIS Server, ArcIMS, ArcSDE, Map Objects
AutoDesk: AutoCAD, MapGuide
Other: Intergraph GeoMedia, MapInfo, ERDAS, Microstation, VISION

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