Gabby Named Younger Geospatial Professional of the Year by Spar3D

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Spar3D has named Gabby Getz the Younger Geospatial Professional of the Year for her achievements in 3D geospatial technology!

From left to right: Joel Hurt, Jr., Leica Geosystems; Gabby Getz; Gene Roe, Lidar News; and Jason Lavigne, SPAR 3D. Image courtesy SPAR 3D.

We’re so happy to have Gabby on the Cesium team. She first joined us as a co-op in college and has contributed to all of Cesium’s projects, from writing the initial styling language for 3D Tiles to adding features to Cesium ion. With ever-improving methods of collecting 3D data, we seek to unlock the potential of that data. With Cesium and 3D Tiles, users can efficiently see, understand, and share their data.

Gabby speaking at Spar3D about the value of true 3D maps. Image courtesy SPAR 3D.

Gabby’s been active in the larger community, too, from answering Cesium community questions on the forum to serving on the Program Committee for FOSS4G NA 2018.

Gabby received the award at the SPAR 3D Expo and Conference, an event dedicated to 3D sensing, 3D processing, and 3D visualization that showcases hardware, software, and visualization solutions. Thank you to Leica Geosystems, which sponsored the award, to Lidar News, which created and presented the award, and to SPAR 3D!

Image courtesy SPAR 3D.

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