UAV Aerial Solutions for Everyday Work

Providing specialized services in aerial analysis and designing solutions using Geographic Information Systems.



Provide cartography to create interactive web maps, standard and large format sized maps for print

GIS Design & Modelling

Explore spatial relationships. AutoCAD Design work such as cross sections, topology data and site layouts

Geospatial Data Management

Develop geodatabases. Organize data and create queries. Convert data from tabular and CAD form to GIS Data

Spatial Analysis and Manipulation

The where, what, and how much? Solving geospatial problems using data analysis

Data Interpretation

Interpretation of physical, biological and constructed datasets

Business Solutions

Location Intelligence & Design offers a range of business solutions including:
  • UAV/Drone services
  • Aerial Analysis
  • Survey data interpretation (topology surface creation, survey data visualization)
  • Quarry volumetric analysis
  • Environmental data analysis
  • Site plans for Environmental Site Assessments (ESA Phase I, II, III)
  • Record of site conditions
  • Municipal, regional, provincial, federal construction projects (water, hydro, wastewater, roads)
  • Groundwater and surface water monitoring
  • Hydrology analysis (watershed, flow system, drainage system)

What is GIS

Geographic Information Services (GIS) is a way of gathering, managing and analyzing data. Integrating many different sources of data, GIS uses spatial locations for analysis. This data can be organized into layers for visualization using maps.
GIS can reveal patterns and relationships in data which can be used to identify problems, monitor changes, interpret trends, create forecasts, manage and respond to events. All this is used so that GIS can communicate, perform analysis, share information and solve complex problems of todays challenges.

What is UAV/Drone Mapping

UAV surveying and drone mapping are alternatives to traditional aerial aerial surveying that can be more economical. UAV surveying and drone mapping can be used in a quick and easy manner to map both small and large project areas instead of having to book a conventional aircraft fitted with the proper equipment.

For projects small and large UAV surveying is a cost-effective and efficient method that yields similar results to the traditional aircraft surveying.



As a professional GIS Analyst and UAV/Drone operator located in Ontario, I have extensive work experience providing my detailed skills and insight to various industry sectors including municipalities, government organizations, mining sector, environmental, utilities, transportation, and many others.


My professional education includes:

  • Certified Engineering Technologist from Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT)
  • Honours Bachelor of Arts Majoring in Physical Geography with a Minor in Geomatics from Carleton University
  • Post-Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) from Algonquin College

In my career I have worked on detailed GIS projects including:

  • Geospatial analysis of water well data for mining sectors and waste management services for the purpose of regulatory filing
  • Interpretation of ortho-areial imagery and topographical data collected from UAV flights conducted during onsite field studies
  • Preparation of detailed spatial information to be used for Record of Site Conditions and Environmental Phase I & II studies
  • Onsite field surveying of new water monitoring wells and site boundary and feature creation using RTK GPS systems
  • Online map creation for a company involving data collected in High Arctic studies

I currently hold an Advanced RPAS Operating Certificate to operate safely under the Transport Canada rules.


One of my proudest accomplishments was to be co-author on “Analysis of scallops in Gomantong Caves, by GIS processing of 3D terrestrial laser scanner data” which was published in the Speleothem 2017 Conference Proceedings Journal . This involved developing a process to be used to analyze LIDAR data collected within the Gomontang Cave on the Island of Borneo, Sabah, Malaysia. The process involved identifying cave rock formations called scallops to identify water flow direction from millions of years ago.