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Peter Haubrich
Business Advisor

Dutch Executive with University Degree in Electrical Engineering and over 30 years of international experience in Research, Development, Venture Funding and Innovation Management. Peter worked in several management positions at Royal Philips Electronics, SONY Corporation and Grundig.

ABOUT

Skaha was founded in 2014 and is based in Naramata, British Columbia. Since 2015 we are mapping soil moisture of crop fields and vineyards and are actively developing unique sensing solutions for agriculture, civil engineering, and oil-and-gas industry.

Maik Wolleben
Founder and Principal
Ahmad Chamseddine
Advisor - RF Engineering

Ahmad received his PhD in Electrical engineering and remote sensing. He is a specialist in antenna and microwave systems engineering, and has extensive experience with survey grade GPS receivers and antennas.

Maik has a PhD in physics and has over 10 years experience in academic research and development of highly sensitive RF instruments. Maik has background in producing and analyzing spatially referenced maps and surveys.

Anna Wolleben
Treasurer

Anna is a certified bookkeeper with lots of experience in working with start-up and high-tech companies. Anna has a Masters degree in Philology from the University of Bonn in Germany.

Jeff Bronsch
Agronomy Advisor

Jeff leads Sunrise AG out of Taber, Alberta and focuses on offering data-driven information solutions to growers. He has been involved in the development of many decision support tools for irrigated crop production. Jeff is a graduate of the Lethbridge College, with a diploma in Agriculture Technology.

Steve is an independent crop advisor based out of Three Hills, Alberta. As the owner of Beyond Agronomy, he manages over 30,000 acres of cropland and publishes a weekly e-newsletter that focuses on innovations and new ideas in farming from around the world. Steve has Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture from the University of Lethbridge.

Steve Larocque
Agronomy Advisor