Andrew Brenner is Senior Program Director for Quantum Spatial based in Ann Arbor. He has been in the geospatial arena for over twenty years. His interests are primarily in using geospatial tools to solve people’s problems. To this end he works with imagery, LiDAR, and other sensors to create information that can be integrated with GIS decision making systems.
Andrew supports developing natural resource applications using geospatial technology, covering agriculture, forestry, water and ecosystem management. He ran the GIS and Remote Sensing Research Facility at the School of Natural Resources and Environment of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor for six years before joining the private sector in 1999. He has worked with federal, state, and local governments and private sector companies for both data acquisition and analysis.