Senior Management

Neil Goodey, Managing Director

Neil has over 20 years management and corporate experience in running mining services, geoscience and technology based companies. Neil was co-founder of UTS Geophysics, a global provider of airborne geophysical surveys, serving as Managing Director from 1991 through 2001, Executive Chairman from 2001 to 2007, and as COO and director of Toronto listed Aeroquest International from 2007 to 2009. Neil was co-founder of DTI Group Ltd, a public transit technology provider, serving as CEO from 2001 through 2007, and continuing as executive director from 2007. Neil is a recipient of the Graham Sands Award for his work in the geosciences industry and is a co-founder and director of Corescan.

Nino Tufilli, Operations Director

Nino was a co-founder of UTS Geophysics, a global provider of airborne geophysical surveys, serving as Technical Director from 1991 through 2001, and Managing Director from 2001 through 2007. He served as director of Toronto listed Aeroquest International from 2007 to 2009 and Operations Director of UTS Geophysics over the same period. Nino co-founded UTS Navigation Systems, which now trades as DTI Group, a provider of integrated digital video surveillance and vehicle tracking technology to the public transport market. Nino has over 20 years experience in the computer science, geophysical and electronics industries and in 2000 was joint recipient of the Graham Sands Award for his work in the geophysical industry. Nino is a co-founder and director of Corescan.

Dr. Frank Honey, Chief Scientist

Dr. Honey has been a leading researcher and practitioner of remote sensing since completing his PhD in high resolution spectroscopy at the University of Western Australia in 1973. After a one year research program at Stanford University, CA, Dr Honey returned to Perth to establish a remote sensing group in the CSIRO Division of Land Resources Management in 1975, focussing on satellite imagery for land use, forestry and environmental issues, and in 1980 developed the design for an advanced airborne multispectral scanner. In 1984 Dr Honey formed Geoscan Pty Ltd, a subsidiary of Carr Boyd Minerals and in 1987 a MkII version of the airborne scanner entered commercial operations in Australia and the USA. Dr Honey joined the board of Carr Boyd Minerals in 1987. In 1990 Dr Honey incorporated SpecTerra Systems, an engineering company specialising in the development of multi and hyperspectral sensors, spectrometers and related instruments and in 2000 incorporated SpecTerra Services to operate the equipment internationally for airborne imaging. Dr Honey was been involved in R&D projects with Boeing Corporation, the Australian Defence Department, Texaco (Chevron), Rio Tinto and more recently with Anglo Gold Ashanti in the development of the Mk1 hyperspectral core scanner which forms the basis of Corescan's core imaging system. Dr Honey was elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Science and Engineering (ATSE) in 1985, received a Clunies Ross National Science and Technology Award in 1994, and was made an Honorary Doctor of Science by Curtin University of Technology. Dr. Honey is a co-founder and director of Corescan.

Peter Overend, Chief Financial Officer, Company Secretary

Peter has over 20 years’ experience in the accounting field across a number of industries in Australia and New Zealand.  He has significant experience in mining services with his previous position as Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary of the Australian division of publically listed Aeroquest International Limited.  Peter was awarded Fellowship status with CPA Australia and holds a Bachelor of Business Studies degree from Massey University in New Zealand. 

Dr. Brigette A. Martini, Business Development Manager

Dr. Martini is a geologist and remote sensing scientist with fifteen years of experience in applied geology and spectral processing and analysis with commercial and government lab, air and space-based remote sensing systems (BS, University of Arizona; PhD, University of California, Santa Cruz). Her principle expertise is two-fold; a background in geology with special emphasis on resource exploration and development (including geothermal, minerals, oil and gas) and a background in analysis and assessment of both passive and active, lab, air and space-based remote sensing data for geological, biological and strategic targets (spectral, radar/SAR, Lidar). She has chiefly worked in two arenas: commercial geothermal exploration and development and commercial hyperspectral/multispectral sales, acquisition, application development, instruction, analysis and field implementation worldwide. 

Dr. Ronell Carey, Interpretive Services Manager

Dr. Carey has been in the mining industry for 25 years gaining an early functional exposure in exploration before specialising in the geoscientific application of spectral analysis. She gained extensive exposure to various spectral systems during the early 2000s as part of Anglo American Technical Services, including ground, satellite and early airborne hyperspectral systems. Ronell joined Corescan in 2012, after 10 years of independent consulting and is currently active with the interpretation of hyperspectral data and assisting with the ongoing development of the Corescan systems

Wilson Waters, IT Services Manager

Wilson has worked in technical roles with research institutes and private industry in the fields of video surveillance / security, geospatial mapping and image analysis. Senior software engineering positions at DTI group and Virtual Observer Pty Ltd provided experience into distributed software systems for making use of large scale video data sets. Prior to that, Wilson worked at Curtin University's Institute for Multi-sensor Processing and Content Analysis on computer science research projects. Wilson holds a bachelor’s degree with honours in Computing Science and Information Technology from Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia.