Posts by Jeremy Clark:
Jeremy works as a Principal Solution Architect, designing and delivering location-based applications for Abley.
Jeremy has a varied background, with experience building solutions to fit in to an array of different platforms, from highly secure on-premise servers, to solutions built on the public cloud. He works with the closely with the Abley team and our customers to ensure the solutions we build fit to the customer’s needs and align to industry best practice.
Jeremy completed his Bachelor of Science in Geography at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand while also undertaking a series of GIS internships at the Bay of Plenty Regional Council.
After completing his studies, he began his career in earnest at NorthSouthGIS NZ, where he immediately joined the team working to assist the Canterbruy Earthquake Recovery Authority to manage the recovery from the 2010 & 2011 earthquakes.
Over the course of this programme of work, Jeremy was involved with designing and implementing a full web GIS platform to support the authority, while also extending the web system with desktop analysis and other complimentary activities. He also helped to support a range of New Zealand clients using Esri’s ArcGIS suite.
In 2015, as the earthquake recovery programme began to wind down, Jeremy joined several of his colleagues on secondment in Singapore, working to deliver a combined 2D/3D digital twin mapping platform for a government client. His involvement in this programme of work ranged throughout the whole lifecycle, from initial design through to post go-live system support.
In Mid-2019, at the conclusion of the project Jeremy returned to New Zealand from Singapore and joined the Abley team. His focus with Abley has been working with one of our key partners to enhance their nutrient management mapping platform, working to revise the architecture to deliver greater stability and performance.
Jeremy loves looking for opportunities to apply spatial technology creatively, a proud moment of his career so far was developing a Story Map using CityEngine 3D scenes, early in the days of 3D Web GIS. This resulted in some success in the inaugural Esri International User Conference Story Map competition.