Oct 7, 2014 -- Sewall is pleased to announce the hire of Connie Li Krampf, CP, CMS, MSCS, as Certified Photogrammetrist/Analyst. Ms. Krampf will complement and strengthen Sewall’s imaging and mapping capabilities.
Ms. Krampf brings 29 years’ experience in all phases of photogrammetry as a Certified Photogrammetrist (CP) and Certified Mapping Scientist (CMS) in GIS/LIS. Previous experience includes serving as Certified Photogrammetrist/GIS Specialist at AECOM in Houston, Texas; Senior Estimator at Earthdata International in Frederick, Maryland; and as a photogrammetric engineer for the Center for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing of the Railway Ministry, Beijing, China. For the past three years, she has been Chief Geomatics Specialist at Quantum Spatial (formerly Aerometric) in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
At Sewall, she will be responsible for all technical aspects of the compilation and aerial triangulation processes that ensure the locational accuracy of maps, including planning, estimating, inspecting and implementing airborne GPS/IMU data, and assuring product quality. She will also oversee Sewall’s softcopy photogrammetry systems, and supervise and train its digital stereoplotter operators.
David T. Edson, President/CEO of Sewall, states “We are very pleased to welcome Connie Krampf to the Sewall Team. Her expertise in up-to-date photogrammetric methods and practices will add considerable value to Sewall’s 60+ years of deep experience in aerial imaging and mapping for the long-term benefit of our clients.”
In addition to a BS in civil engineering with an emphasis on photogrammetry, Ms. Krampf holds an MS in computer science from the University of Illinois at Springfield. She will work out of both Sewall’s Old Town, Maine, and Sheboygan, Wisconsin, offices.
About Sewall: Founded in 1880, Sewall is an international professional consulting organization specializing in energy, infrastructure and natural resources. The company’s diverse portfolio is based on 134 years' experience in surveying, forest appraisal and civil engineering; 60 years' in remote sensing; and 30 years' in GIS and application development.