Who we are:
Alistair Hart initially commenced Mangoesmapping in 2007 and incorporated Mangoesmapping as a company in 2014.
Prior to Mangoesmapping, Alistair managed ATGIS, a geospatial information profit centre owned by Tablelands Regional Council, helped lead the local spatial response to two severe tropical cyclones in far north Queensland and co-developed Australia’s first GIS-based outbreak management system to control Dengue Fever, a mosquito borne disease.
Geospatial projects managed by Alistair have accrued many industry awards, including for informing disaster response communications through geospatial information, enabling collaborative crowd sourcing for wildfire mitigation through open-source web mapping and preserving Tree Kangaroo populations in the remote highlands of Papua New Guinea.
Alistair’s twenty years of work with geospatial information is motivated by the need to deliver a sustainable future for all citizens. He believes that high quality spatial technology can help all people by visualising issues surrounding financial, asset and environmental sustainability and enabling evidence-based decisions by leaders, through a community driven geospatial framework.
ICT Project Manager & GIS/Photogrammetry Consultant
Born in Brazil and the holder of a Bachelor of Computer Engineering and a Postgraduate Degree in Business Administration, Fernando has spent the past fifteen years consulting to the software and GIS industries. In that time, Fernando has serviced a broad client base with roles spread across the full software development life-cycle (developer, quality assurance, operations manager and product owner). Being an aviation enthusiast since childhood, he decided several years ago to combine experience with true passion and move into the unique RPAS industry.
Fernando specialises in Photogrammetry and GIS applied to aerial surveying. Fernando brings a wealth of experience from across the globe and is passionate about sharing GIS-based solutions and enterprise quality management.
George brings eighteen years of IT and GIS experience to Mangoesmapping, including four years as a GIS Officer for Tablelands Regional Council. George’s experience is mainly in system development and integration, data management, project scheduling and delivery. Key experience in GPS tracking and data capture, 3D modelling, LiDAR analysis, asset data management, natural hazard assessment and disaster response.
George has participated in several award winning projects including project officer and technical lead for the GITA ANZ Geospatial Excellence Award winning ‘Disaster Resilient Communications’ project in 2013.
Organisational Development / Business Process Analyst
Laura enjoys increasing the level of understanding between people in organisations through business process documentation and improvement.
Her masters degree in Cultural Anthropology and her bachelor's degree in Human Resources Management provide a solid knowledge foundation for this work, most frequently applied in Local Government contexts.
Warren joins Mangoesmapping with a background in Aboriginal Ranger program management, fire planning/management, carbon abatement programs and Local Government. Warren has spent the last decade leveraging spatial systems to inform enterprise-level decision making. From data collection, cleansing and storage to its analysis, visualisation and application, how can an organisation function without a well designed GIS?! And design is what he loves - modelling entities, building applications and delivering cartography that makes the complex accessible. Warren has a broad range of scripting languages. He also holds a Masters of GIS and Remote Sensing and a Bachelor of Science in Social Ecology.
Dr Graeme Browning
Graeme holds a Ph.D. in Zoology, but has spent the last 30 years using Esri software (including 18 years with Esri UK/Australia) in all industries from Local Government to Defence. He is an ArcGIS Specialist who consults to, trains and supports sites around the world using ArcGIS Pro, ArcPy, ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Online.
Sera joins Mangoesmapping with a Cert III and Diploma in Spatial Information Services from TAFE in her kit bag. With past experience leveraging geospatial technology for Survey firms, Local Government and Mining majors, and an inquisitive nature, Sera is a valued member of the team. Sera specialises in survey data collection, data management, LiDAR analysis, 3D mapping and QA.
Dr Shaw Shang
Geospatial Data Analyst
Shaw holds a PhD in Hyperspectral Remote Sensing, a Master of Science in Geo-informatics and a Bachelor of Engineering in GIS. Shaw brings five years industry experience, including GIS officer at Tablelands Regional Council and eCognition Master Trainer at Beijing Space Eye Innovation Technology Co Ltd. Shaw has extensive knowledge of a wide variety of RTK-GPS, GIS and remote sensing products.
Business Administration Magician
With a background in commercial banking and business administration, Karina delivers the business administration 'magic' at Mangoesmapping. Karina works hard to take away procurement pain for all our customers. Whilst easygoing, Karina keeps the rest of the team accountable and optimises internal business functions.
Civil Engineer / GIS Consultant
Ugurtan joins Mangoesmapping with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering. Whilst completing his final thesis in Smart Cities, he developed a passion for GIS. After being a site engineer on construction projects in Turkey, Urgutan started his career in Spatial industry, initially working for Brisbane City Council. Experienced in MapInfo and ArcGIS, Ugurtan specializes in Infrastructure Mapping with GIS
Digital Technology Support Officer
Having excelled in school for geography and mathematics, Tim joined the team at Mangoesmapping in 2016 for his gap year before embarking on his double degree in IT and Law at QUT in 2017. Highly skilled in M-Suite and G-Suite, and proficient in various coding languages, Tim has been helping to accelerate data management processes within the Mangoesmapping team. Tim continues to support the democratization of GIS through independent academic contributions to a range of Universities.