Fig 6 – bENC containing 10 centimeter contours overlay on Primar chart in QPS Qastor.
Jeroen van Reenen: Jeroen van Reenen graduated in 1991 as BSc Hydrographer at the Nautical College in Amsterdam and joined Port of Rotterdam in 1999 as a hydrographer. Later he became project manager
for the survey & dredging department and now works as an Asset Manager for the Data Management department. Before joining the Port, Jeroen worked seven years for Royal Boskalis Dredging Company on various international dredging projects.
Frans Nijsen: Frans Nijsen graduated in 2003 as BSc Hydrographer at the Nautical College in Amsterdam and joined QPS after graduation as a software support engineer focusing with a large focus on Qastor and Portable Pilot Units. Later Frans Nijsen became a port consultant and hydrographer at Royal HaskoningDHV and later an account manager with Caris. In 2014 Frans Nijsen returned to QPS to join the Marketing and Sales department.
1. 2015 US Hydro proceedings. The Port of Rotterdam: A Modern Hydrographic Workflow. By Jeroen van Reenen, Port of Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, The Netherlands. Co-author Caitlyn Raines, Esri, Redlands, CA
16th June 2017