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  • Pitney Bowes Business Insight

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Patrick Moore
Integral GIS, Inc.


Patrick brings 20 years of software development experience and 15 years of developing spatial software applications to Integral GIS. He started his professional software career at Microsoft after obtaining degrees in Computer Science, Physics, and Mathematics from the University of Washington. He also holds an MSc in Civil Engineering, and was exposed to many more concepts through Tom Poiker’s UniGIS certificate program at Simon Fraser University. Some of what he learned was combined with the knowledge of co-authors Jeff Thurston and Tom Poiker in their book, Integrated Geospatial Technologies (John Wiley & Sons, 2003). He holds a certificate in Executive Leadership from Seattle University and will finish his Executive MBA at Seattle University in June 2009.

Patrick believes that both clients and communities can be better served by the incorporation of spatial technologies, and that if we can develop spatial applications for clients, they will benefit in ways that are not only measured with money, but also with large conceptual and philosophical gains. He works under the preconception that the information and decision making systems of an organization can benefit widely from the proactive application of spatial information.

Patrick is passionate about snowboarding, mountain climbing and chasing his twin boys.


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Patrick Moore (Integral GIS, Inc.)
The Smart Grid would enable the delivery of the right information about energy, at the right time, to the right people. PJM Interconnection is currently employing geospatial technologies to choreograph system components and the expansion of the grid, identifying areas of congestion and computing the Location Marginal Pricing, as well as the planning and integration of renewable energy projects. Read more.