Mr. Stanojevic has more than 20 years of experience as a GIS/Remote Sensing Specialist; he is an innovative professional with extensive knowledge in Esri ArcGIS online, Pro and Desktop, QGIS and Erdas Imagine and proficient in Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation. After completing his master’s degree in forestry, with a special focus in Remote Sensing and GIS, Mr. Stanojevic has worked with a range of clients. He has worked with government, academia, and private companies to provide the information required to make complicated industry-based decisions. He has experience in project management, design methodology and modeling, database, data migration, GPS data collection, field surveys… He analyzes complex data and technical problems and make sound technical decisions as well as produce high quality maps, posters, power point presentations and reports for stakeholders and upper management.
Among many national and international projects to which he has contributed, a key highlight of Mr. Stanojevic’s experience is leading the world’s largest landscape area analysis of anthropogenic changes across Quebec, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. The results gathered from the landscape change analysis were used in habitat modeling, habitat fragmentation and loss analysis, TLU mapping, land use planning, EIA/BIA – cumulative effects assessments, and reviews. He also developed and executed a methodology for the Avian Hazard Mapping and Risk Assessment for the Oil Sands Region and worked in a partnership with World Resource Institute and Global Forest Watch to map intact areas in boreal forests.
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