Ahmed H. Mohamed is Assistant Professor of Geomatics at the University of Florida. He teaches courses and conduct research in satellite and inertial navigation geodetic science, surveying and mapping, geospatial informatics and remote sensing as applied to engineering and resource applications. He is the managing director of the NaGeM lab, specialized in satellite and inertial navigation hardware and software systems. Prof. Mohamed has international experience working for academia and the industry: he directed the Geomatics Engineering Technology program of the Royal Commission, Saudi Arabia; between 1999-2004 he lead a team of scientists at the Alberta Research Council, Canada to develop Geomatics technologies; he also worked as research and teaching assistant at the University of Calgary between 1994 and 1999; and worked for Qatar University and Ain-shams University in Egypt. Prof. Mohamed has over 30 technical publications on navigation, georeferencing, and mapping in Earth science and engineering peer journals and proceedings.