Greenwood Mapping, Inc. Team
About The Team
The Greenwood Mapping team has a rich background in GIS, land records, database design, software development and understanding
of county government departments and inner workings.
Richard Greenwood founded Greenwood Mapping, Inc. in 1994. Richard is a Licensed Professional Surveyor specializing in Geographic Information Systems. After more than a decade of surveying, he became an active member of the Open Source geo-spatial software community. Richard is not only an expert with web-based GIS but is also a wizard at integrating data from a wide variety of sources. His last 18 years of building solutions for county government has added to his already unique combination of surveying, land record and GIS knowledge. Richard served two terms on the Board of Directors of the Professional Land Surveyors of Wyoming and is currently a member Wyoming GIS Technical Advisory Group.
Carol Peck is a software developer with over 20 years of programming and software development experience. She started her programming career at DePaul University in Chicago where she completed a post graduate program for computer programming. Carol spent 15 years working for an accounting software company as a developer and project manager. She then transitioned to web-based programming, working as a contractor for both private and public organizations in a variety of capacities. She joined Greenwood Mapping in 2005 and continues to marvel at the depth and strength of the open source community.
Angie Rudolph is a GIS professional that joined Greenwood Mapping in 2006. With over a decade of experience in the GIS profession she has worked on a large variety of government, nonprofit, and private sector projects. She started working with GIS during her undergraduate studies at the University of Nebraska and has continued to expand her knowledge base and expertise in proprietary and open source GIS and database software solutions.
We believe that integrating data from multiple sources and providing intuitive interfaces to easily access that information creates
a valuable resource for our clients. For county governments this translates to a more efficient government for citizens and staff.
We strive to provide the highest level of customer service. We help make our client's work easier and more productive.
|Skeletonizing Polygons Using PostGIS Annual WyGEO Conference||2015||Casper, Wyoming|
|Cartography and Topology Annual WyGEO Conference||2014||Lander, Wyoming|
|Parcel Mapping WyGEO Meeting||2014||Pinedale, Wyoming|
|Simplifying Geomoetries Using Open Source Tools WyGEO Meeting||2014||Pinedale, Wyoming|
|Keynote Address to the Wyoming Association of County Officials||2012||Jackson Hole Wyoming|
|U.S. State Department, Wyoming Council for International Visitors presentation to Nepali GIS delegation||2011||Jackson Hole Wyoming|
|Open Source Geospatial Software for the Desktop & Server||2008||Laramie, WY|
|Coordinate System Concepts||2006||Pinedale, WY|
|Enhancing the MapServer User Interface with jBox & dBox||2004||Ottawa, Canada|
|State Plane Coordinate Systems||2003||Jackson, WY|
|Using MapServer to Integrate Local Government Spatial Data||2002||Trento, Italy|
|Grand Teton Remeasurement Point of Beginning Magazine||1991||Jackson Hole Wyoming|