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Mr Ishak Alias.
Working on Environmental Project
GPT and SEGI Consultancy
Dr Saim Suratman, Director
Forestry and GPS Specialist
Having served for 30 years in the University Putra Malaysia as lecturer and project manager in forestry GIS , he has acquired plentiful of knowledge in developing GIS database and application in forest management and monitoring.
Mr Ismail graduated from University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, in Master of Forestry.and from University of Washington, USA in Bachelor of Forestry.
While working as lecturer, he acquired knowledge in application of Remote Sensing and GIS application of Forestry. Thus, he developed several projects such as Computer Aided forest harvesting, Forest management planning and Logging and Road Planning.
Dr Hj Esmawi Othman
Agriculture Specialist & Marketing
Forestry and GIS Specialist
Dr Eyad Hamed
Business Development Manager
Senior IT Manager
Forestry and Remote Sensing Specialist
Mr Ali Hamid
Mr Halim GHani
Forestry and Drone Specialist
Tn Hj Khairiddin Tahir
Planning and Rice Plantation Management Specialist
Oil Palm Plantation Advisor, had forty one years of experience in the oil palm Plantation industry
Datuk Jabar Bin Shiek Mohidin
Planning and Management Specialist
Geomatic and Drone Specialist
Mr Mohd Sam Manaf
Mr Zulfiqar Computer Programmer
Dato Wan Deraman Abdullah
Development Planning and Rice Estate Management
Mr Al Mahal
Environmental Specialist and GIS
Dr Jasmi A. Talib
Mineral and GeoScience Specialist
(soil mapping, Geoprecision tech uav services, geoprecision tech oil palm)
University Putra Malaysia
Having served the Department of Forestry and followed by serving as a senior lecturer at University Putra Malaysia, he acquired plenty of high quality and applicable knowledge in both remote sensing and GIS for forestry applications.He has developed several models: such as-
- Identification of tree species based on Lithology type using geographic information system;
- Hyperspectral remote sensing for mangrove inventory
- Peatwatch reporting system using ICT, GIS and Google technologies
- Balakwatch reporting system using ICT, GIS, GPS and Google technologies
Dr Bruce Forster has wide experiences in geospatial technologies.. Undertaken a wide range of consulting, training and advisory projects in the fields of remote sensing, resource monitoring, environmental management, land administration, land evaluation and LIS/ for a range of organisations including the United Nations, AUSAID, Asian Development Bank, Australian Space Office, BHP and for government and academic organisations in Australia, China, India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Greece, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei and the Philippines. Member of expert
Over a period of forty years have supervised and co-supervised a wide range of Doctoral and Masters students. Topics have ranged over radar remote sensing for biomass estimation, coral reef monitoring, probability maps for GIS, land information systems, application of high resolution image and radar data for urban, forestry and coastal applications and a range of land and environmental applications of remote sensing.
Dr Laili Nordin started his carrier in the Department of Agriculture Malaysia, and continued his study in The United States of America, and was promoted to higher post at the Malaysian Centre for Remote Sensing under the Ministry of Sciences, Technology and Innovation, geoprecision tech oil palm, geoprecision tech forestry, geoprecision tech oil palm plantation.
Having served for 30 years in the government department, he has acquired plentiful of research knowledge in application of Remote Sensing, GIS and GPS technologies for Natural Resources Management, including precision Farming, Fish forecasting, forestry, Geology, and Plantation management.
Running several companies since 2008, he has developed and implement several remote sensing, GIS and GPS for oil palm plantation mapping, plantation design plantation inventory for Felda, Felcra, Tradewings, MPOB, Kulim Plantation and several plantations in Sabah, Sarawak and Sumatra.