Andrew Rayner is an independent IT consultant with over 20 years of software development experience using a wide variety of platforms, development languages and RDBMS. In particular, Andrew has a wealth of experience integrating geographic information systems and the internet. He has a bachelors degree with majors in Computer Science and Geography and a masters degree in Geographic Information Management. Andrew has previously been employed by Birdlife International (5 years) […]
Below you’ll find the bios of habitat INFO’s team members. Between us we have a wealth of experience and skills in GIS, conservation and the environment.
Dr Rob Davies is a specialist in spatial data management with over 20 years of experience in applying GIS analysis to the fields of biodiversity conservation and sustainable development both in Africa and now Europe. He is currently UK-based and started his own GIS consultancy, habitat INFO, in 2011 which he has taken from strength to strength securing work with large international organisations including USAID, The World Bank and DfID. […]
Tim Wroblewski worked full-time with habitat INFO from February 2012 to February 2015 as a GIS Analyst and has since been working with us on an ad hoc basis. Initially he was involved in a project to map risk and vulnerability (R&V) to climate change in the Zambezi basin (CKDN). This was followed by a similar study in the Limpopo basin (RESILIM; USAID) and Mozambique (PPCR: The World Bank). He […]