Aerial mapping company Bluesky has appointed Donna Lyndsay to the position of Business Strategist. With over 20 years’ experience in the Geographic Information industry Lyndsay brings a wealth of skills and expertise in the development and launch to market of exciting geographic data products. Lyndsay previously held positions with Landmark Information Group, Stanfords map shop and Earth Resource Mapping before establishing her own specialist consultancy business.
“This is a strategic appointment for us as Donna brings with her a dynamic skill set that includes market research and analysis, concept development and an ability to predict and understand future trends,” commented Rachel Tidmarsh, Managing Director of Bluesky International. “This will help us remain at the cutting edge of high quality geographic data and ensure we continue to innovate and develop products designed to meet the changing requirements of our international customer base.”
“Bluesky is a dynamic and forward thinking company who are well known in the market for their innovative approach to geographic data,” added Lyndsay. “They have recently invested in state of the art LiDAR, thermal and camera technology which is creating business growth and a host of new opportunities. This is the reason it’s such an exciting time to be joining Bluesky.”
Bluesky is a UK-based specialist in aerial imaging and remote sensing data collection and processing. An internationally recognised leader with projects extending around the globe, Bluesky is proud to work with prestigious organisations such as Google, the BBC and Government Agencies.
Bluesky has unrivalled expertise in the creation of seamless, digital aerial photography, 3D landscape/cityscape visualisations and prints and also runs a national mapping centre, providing digital mapping, satellite imagery and aerial photography including ultra-high resolution imagery of cities and towns.
Bluesky is now leading the way developing innovative solutions for environmental applications including the UK’s first nationwide map of solar potential, citywide ‘heat loss’ maps, 3D maps of trees and their proximity to buildings and historical imagery.