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Mr Gerrard Drury

Programmer / Analyst

Tel: +61 2 4221 3416



Mr Gerrard Drury graduated from the University of Wollongong with a BMath (Comp Sci) in 1991 while completing a computing science cadetship with BHP. While at BHP he worked on a variety of systems from manufacturing systems on mid-range computers through to corporate systems on mainframe computers.

At end of 1991 he joined Wollongong based software company Process Software Solutions Pty Ltd where he worked on the DIMPLE image processing software which was used in industry and education. While at Process Software Mr Drury also worked on a variety of projects as a contractor including low-level serial communications, graphical user interface based multimedia applications, and complex distributed telecommunications systems

In 2002 Mr Drury joined the Telecommunications and Information Technology Research Institute at the University of Wollongong to work on the smart multimedia delivery project. As part of this project Mr Drury was involved with the development of ISO/IEC 21000 (MPEG-21 multimedia framework) and was co-editor of a number of parts of this standard. The work from this project led to formation of a startup company enikos pty ltd, to which Mr Drury was seconded for a time, and from end of 2007 to mid 2009 Mr Drury contracted directly to enikos.

Mr Drury joined the Integral Energy Power Quality and Reliability Centre in 2009 as a programmer/analyst focusing on the ongoing database and software development for the Long Term National Power Quality Survey.

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