Andrew Brenner is a Senior Program Director for NV5 Geospatial and leads the Forestry and Water Programs. He works closely with the acquisition, analytics and enterprise GIS teams to support projects that cover agriculture, forestry, water resources and ecosystem management. He has been in the geospatial arena for over thirty years, focusing on the utilization of geospatial data and tools to solve natural resource management challenges. To this end he works with imagery, LiDAR, and other sensors to create information that can be integrated with GIS decision making systems to manage resource effectively.
Prior to joining the private sector 22 years ago he worked in natural resource research heading the GIS and Remote Sensing Research Facility at the School of Environment and Sustainability, University of Michigan. He has a Ph.D. in Forestry from Edinburgh University and a Bachelors in Soil Science from the University of Reading UK.