HUNTSVILLE – Huntsville-based GeoCue has named Rodney Cope, a 23-year veteran of the geospatial industry, its senior vice president of federal programs.
GeoCue, a LiDAR and photogrammetry equipment and software firm, started in Huntsville in 2003. The company uses LiDAR and drone mapping to help civil engineering and surveying professionals successfully collect, process and manage data.
Cope has held management positions in the geospatial industry, including sales, marketing, and program management.
According to GeoCue CEO Frank Darmayan, Cope will help Geocue expand its sales footprint.
“Our collaboration and work with government agencies is critical to that,” he said. “We welcome Rodney to lead our efforts with federal government agencies throughout the U.S.”
Cope said GeoCue is known for having built a strong foundation with geospatial data processing software over the past twenty years.
“That is because continuous improvement derived from customer feedback has always been the culture,” he said. “I’m excited to build on that foundation as we expand our core offerings and further develop the company’s national federal presence.
“This company shows employee passion, industry leadership, and potential for growth.”
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