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Renee Cammarere has served the IEEE as the Co-chair for the Aerospace and Electronics Systems Society, at which time she hosted several technical luncheons in the Rome, NY area. Before that, she was a member of the EMC Society, has served as secretary, and as the Treasurer for the Mohawk Valley Section of the IEEE since 2008. She is presently serving as Chair for the MV Section IEEE as a Senior member.

She received her B.S. in Computer Science at SUNY IT in June of 2005, and is presently employed with the Connecticut Operations for Technology Service Corporation working out of her home in upstate New York with her husband, Mark. She has contributed to technical efforts involving the modification and updating of radar modeling software, radar coverage analysis, and development of logistical sites planning tools.

She previously worked for ANDRO Computational Solutions where she had been involved in efforts for the Government to perform research and development of autonomous, multi-sensor image registration algorithms and techniques as well as research and development of multi-sensor, data fusion techniques for ballistic missile tracking and discrimination of targets.


Jun
22
comment Can't get gdal_merge Python script to run
I know that any number other than a 0 returned from calling the merge command means that there was an error, but I don't know what it's having trouble with.
Jun
18
comment Can't get gdal_merge Python script to run
I didn't get an error message inside the Python Shell, but it doesn't appear to have done anything when I typed in: merge_command = ["python", "gdal_merge.py", "-o", "C:\output.tif", "C:\N31.DT1", "C:\N30.DT1"] A command window flashed when I typed in subprocess.call(merge_command) and then displayed a number 2, but didn't create the output file. Did I do something wrong? Thanks!
Jun
18
asked Can't get gdal_merge Python script to run
Jun
8
awarded  Self-Learner
May
22
revised Can't get the correct version of GDAL installed to use ReadAsArray without getting error in Python
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May
22
answered Can't get the correct version of GDAL installed to use ReadAsArray without getting error in Python
May
20
comment Can't get the correct version of GDAL installed to use ReadAsArray without getting error in Python
I downloaded Anaconda. However, when I start up the Python GUI, I get an error message on "conda install gdal".
May
19
comment Can't get the correct version of GDAL installed to use ReadAsArray without getting error in Python
Actually, I would like to try FWTools. However when I click on this link (home.gdal.org/fwtools/FWTools247.exe) I get the message "Oops! Internet Explorer could not connect to home.gdal.org" How do I download this extension? Thanks.
May
19
comment Can't get the correct version of GDAL installed to use ReadAsArray without getting error in Python
FWTools appears to only be compatible with 32bit Windows.
May
19
comment Can't get the correct version of GDAL installed to use ReadAsArray without getting error in Python
I did go through the above mentioned process to get GDAL installed on my machine, and it works OK except for the fact that it does not support the ReadAsArray method.
May
19
revised Can't get the correct version of GDAL installed to use ReadAsArray without getting error in Python
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May
19
asked Can't get the correct version of GDAL installed to use ReadAsArray without getting error in Python
Feb
5
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
13
comment Is there a geoprocessing tool that I can use to find the closest road to a point on a map?
Thanks for your comment. I didn't realize that there were settings in the Add Locations tool that I could use for this. Namely the Search Tolerance.
Jan
13
accepted Is there a geoprocessing tool that I can use to find the closest road to a point on a map?
Jan
12
comment Is there a geoprocessing tool that I can use to find the closest road to a point on a map?
You were correct. Thanks.
Jan
12
answered Is there a geoprocessing tool that I can use to find the closest road to a point on a map?
Jan
12
asked Is there a geoprocessing tool that I can use to find the closest road to a point on a map?
Jan
12
accepted How do I add a value to a newly added field in a Routing model?
Jan
10
answered How do I add a value to a newly added field in a Routing model?