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     Date Submitted:13-04-2018
     Last Modified:19-12-2019 (09:19)
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     Current job:Photogrammetry and laser scanner surveyor and data processor
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsProfessional, Self-reliant, Analytical, Conceptual, Critical Thinking, Deductive Reasoning, Logical Thinking, Problem Solving, Flexibility, Thinking out of the box, Organizing, Surveying, Photogrammetry, Mapping, 3D, Laser Scanner, Laser Scanning, GIS
    CV

    Birthdate: 8 Nov 1980. Nationality: Italian.

     

    PROFILE:

    A self-motivated, hardworking and versatile Geomatics Engineering, Surveying and Navigation expert with superb problem-solving skills and a proven record of creating effective solutions and achieving objectives through the adoption of a meticulous and innovative approach. Extremely organised and has great attention to detail and strong computer mastery, grasping and understanding new technologies and concepts with ease. A confident and engaging communicator, able to work well both independently and as part of a team combining a high level of professionalism with excellent interpersonal skills.

     

    MAIN JOB SKILLS:

    MSc in “Navitagion Science” – PhD in “Geodetic and Topographic Sciences” –  6+ years of experiences in Geomatics Engineering, Surveying and Navigation field, extensive knowledge of Photogrammetry and Laser Scanner survey techniques and related data processing procedures.

    MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS:

    Developed a sound understanding of various Geomatics and Navigation topics, particularly, Laser Scanner, Photogrammetry, Topography, 3D Modelling, Camera Technology, Navigation, GPS, GIS, Remote Sensing, Spatial Navigation, Ship Manoeuvring Issues and Safety Instruments for Ships Conduction and Navigation.

    Appointed as Assistant Expert Witness for various Naval Accident events, mainly for VDR navigation/audio data and technical drawings analysis.

    Consistently achieved positive feedback rating as 3D survey techniques expert (photogrammetry, laser scanner and topography) during the construction of the underground stations “Municipio” and “Duomo” in Naples; extensive knowledge of Leica Geosystems instruments (Laser Scanner, Total Station, ecc) and related data processing software.

    Successfully learnt scientific programming in Matlab environment and various software related to photogrammetry, point cloud data processing, 3D modelling, Geographic Information System (GIS), remote sensing and map production.

    Consistently achieved positive customer satisfaction rating as an IT Technical Expert due to an outstanding level of effort and commitment.

     

    CAREER HISTORY:

    Laser Scanning & Photogrammetry expert Surveyor and Data Processor, Polytechnic of Milan for Metropolitana di Napoli S.p.A., May 2012 – Dec 2018

    Employed as Laser Scanning and Photogrammetry expert surveyor to supervise, execute and provide digital maps and documentation of archaeological artefacts with advanced 3D survey techniques;

    Conducted and processed hundreds of surveys with photogrammetry, laser scanning and topography to produce detailed 3D models and orthophotos of archaeological artefacts discovered in Naples during the construction of the new Line 1 and Line 6 undergrounds stations named “Municipio” and “Duomo”.

    Sensibly increased capability to perform photogrammetric surveys and to produce 3D precise models quickly in often complex and different environments, completely avoiding any stop of the excavation operations as happened before my employment and consequently optimizing the construction workflow.

    Obtained positive feedbacks from the underground construction management team for time saving, products quality, for my excellent problem-solving skills and for my capacity to rapidly plan and accomplish the tasks.

    Involved to perform measurements and checks of the built civil works geometry to verify their correspondence with the planned ones.

    In charge of constantly verify the efficiency of the surveying instruments (Total Station, Laser Scanner, Cameras, etc.) as well as all the IT equipment (HW, SW, Network infrastructure and data storage redundancy systems).

     

    Italian Republic Senate – Expert witness appointed by the Parliamentary Committee of Inquiry for the “MOBY PRINCE” ferry-boat disaster occurred on 10 April 1991. Rome, July 2017 – December 2017.

    Appointed as expert witness by the Italian Republic Senate Parliamentary Committee of Inquiry for the “MOBY PRINCE” ferry-boat disaster.

    Conducted investigations and studies on files collected from 1991 to 2016 related to the collision between the ferry “MOBY PRINCE” and the tankship “AGIP ABRUZZO” occurred in the roadstead of Livorno on 10 April 1991.

    Employed GIS environment to carry out meticulous analysis of all the geographical points detected on April 1991 in order to reconstruct as much precise as possible the anchorage position of the tankship and the hypothetical final route of the ferry before the collision.

     

    Court-Appointed assistant expert witness for the "Norman Atlantic" shipwreck, District Court of Bari, May 2015 – March 2017

    Appointed as assistant expert witness by the Court of Bari (Italy) for the "Norman Atlantic" Ro/Ro passenger ship shipwreck for the examination of drawing, depositions, VDR video/audio data and ship records useful to the reconstruction of the loaded trucks displacement during the aggressive fire evolved on board on Dec. 28th, 2014.

     

    Photogrammetry and AutoCAD Expert, R.O.M.A. Consorzio S.r.l., Nov - Dec 2015

    Conducted photogrammetric surveys to produce rectified images about pieces of marble plates bearing Greek-Roman epoch inscriptions discovered in Naples during archaeological excavations for the construction of the new “Duomo” station of the underground line 1.

    Arrangement of the rectified images in CAD environment to virtually reconstruct original relative displacement and composition of the marble pieces.

    Provided an affordable and quick solution to historians and archaeologists in order to better understand marble pieces’ composition and to find further relationship between them.

     

    Court Appointed Assistant Expert Witness for the ‘Costa Concordia’ shipwreck, Public Prosecutor's Office at the District Court of Grosseto, March 2012 – October 2012

    Carried out in-depth analysis to ascertain the sinking causes, (beyond accident cause due to impact with the rocks), and closely examined CAD drawings of the ship’s structure.

    Carefully examined the ship loading condition by NAPA computer analysis and studied the Voyage Data Recorder (VDR), navigation and audio data and the sensors and alarm logs to enable informed decisions to be made.

    Analysed and compared the GPS/AIS registered routes with the planned one;

    Precisely identified the watertight compartments and ballast tanks compromised after the impact by performing an on-site underwater hull inspection;

     

    Court Appointed Assistant Expert Witness, Public Prosecutor's Office at the District Court of Naples, Sept 2011 – June 2013

    Played a pivotal role in verifying that a boat was deliberately sunk in order to make an insurance claim, following a lengthy and meticulous investigation.

    Investigated a boating accident, reconstructing the boat’s routes and speeds at the moment of impact to determine the driver’s responsibility and any violation of safety and navigation rules.

    Investigated a boat suspect sinking, discovered criminal conspiracy for insurance claim.

     

    Researcher, Topography and Photogrammetry Laboratory, University of Naples, Jan 2011 – Sept 2011

    Developed in Matlab a GNSS Mission Planning algorithm by merging GPS/GLONASS satellite position information with land and building Digital Surface Models (DSM).

    Devised an informative website for the Topography and Photogrammetry Laboratory.

     

    Surveyor / Customer Care, GeoReal S.r.l., Italy, Sept 2010 – Aug 2011

    Key member of the Customer Assistance / Training and Testing Service for EnsoMosaic 7 Aerial Photogrammetry, Mosaic creation, DSM and Orthophoto extraction software.

    Conducted close range photogrammetric surveys for boats-hull 3D extraction on behalf of shipyards.

     

    other previous experience:

    Post-doc Research Fellowship, University of Naples, July – Sept 2010.

    Video-editing Expert, Zekkino, Italy, July – Aug 2008.

    IT Networking Specialist, March – July 2007.

    Post-graduate Research Fellowship, University of Naples, June – Sept 2006.

     

    EDUCATION / QUALIFICATION / TRAINING:

    School of Photogrammetry, Computer Vision and Laser Scanning - CISM: International Centre for Mechanical Sciences, Italy, April 2010.

    Module I: “Paradigms and Algorithms”.

    Module II: “Laser Scanning and Photogrammetry in Engineering, Architecture and Cultural Heritage.

    PhD in Geodetical and Topographical Sciences, “Parthenope University of Naples, 2007 – 2010.

    Laser scanning data segmentation algorithm for 3D building models extraction.

    Development of Matlab code with Graphical Interfaces for own segmentation and 3D roof models extraction by following an automatic approach.

    Close Range photogrammetry with applications to the naval engineering field for 3D hull models extraction.

    Visiting PhD Student, ITC – Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation, University of Twente (The Netherlands) 2008 – 2009.

    Topic: “Automatic Virtual 3D City Modelling

    MSc in Navigation Sciences, “Parthenope” University of Naples, 1999 – 2006.

    Topics: Laser Scanner, Photogrammetry, Topography, 3D Modelling, Camera Technology, Navigation, GPS, GIS, Remote Sensing, Spatial Navigation, Ship Manoeuvring Issues and Safety Instruments for Ships Conduction and Navigation

     

    IT & TECHNICAL SKILLS

    Extensive experience of Windows, Mac OSX and good knowledge of Linux Operating Systems.

    Deep knowledge of Office package (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).

    Extensive experience in Matlab programming & basic knowledge of C programming.

    Excellent knowledge of a range of commercial software including: AutoCAD 3D, Leica HDS Cyclone, Agisoft Photoscan, ArcGIS, Geomagic Professional, Rhinoceros, Bentley Pointools, Photomodeler 6, Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, GlobalMapper, and other software.

     

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

    European Driving Licence: Full, clean;

    -  Class A (Motorcycles with no power restrictions);

    -  Class B (Cars and vans with no power restrictions and max load 3.5 Tonn)

    Languages: Italian (Mother tongue), English (B2).

    Boat Licence for yachting class navigation up to 12 miles from coast.

    PADI Advanced Open Water Diving (AOWD) and PADI Enriched Air Nitrox (EAN) diving licences.

    Hobbies: Informatics, Photography, Electronics;


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