Pacific Forestry Center has tasked Team Data³ with developing a subsystem to efficiently disseminate remotely sensed data over the National Forest Information System using Open Geospatial Consortium APIs, and implement a cutting-edge Open Data Cube raster database. This subsystem will enhance the ability of the NFIS to share analysis-ready data with forestry researchers across Canada. It is a great pleasure for our team to work with Pacific Forestry Centre on this project.
Jeannette is an emerging software developer with creative roots. She graduated from UVic with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Her passion for design and technology brought her to the ICS program, where she enjoys middleware programming, data modelling, and applying elegant solutions that prioritize user experience.
Tyler is a technology enthusiast with a creative side. He studied the viola and pedagogy at the Victoria Conservatory and worked as a music teacher. Tyler started a small business working as an on-site tech support agent and educator, taking his teaching skills into the tech world. Tyler entered the ICS program to formalize his computer education and further his career in the industry.
Ming is a dedicated student with a great interest in computer programing and management. While in middle school, he took several courses related to programing, flash, and web design. After coming to Canada, the Information and Computer Systems program became his choice to further develop his skills.
David is an aspiring software developer with a strong desire to learn new skills. He was enlisted in the Royal Canadian Navy from 2011 to 2017 as an Electronics Technician. David believes that education is a lifelong endeavor and hopes to find a career that encourages ongoing learning.
Team Data³ would like to thank Brian Low from Pacific Forestry Centre and the faculty at Camosun College for providing us with this opportunity and supporting us during development.