Bea Guimarey is Forestry Engineer and has a Master in Sustainable Land Planning by the Univ. of Santiago de Compostela. At the same institution she works on the Land Laboratory and Territorial Information System (SIT) in projects related to Geographical Information Systems and remote sensing techniques. Concerning such technologies, she's specialised in 3D modeling and analysis of data captured mainly by terrestrial laser scanner, but also microdrone and ground penetrating radar. She applies this background in the SIT training program, organising and teaching in courses for the members of the USC, but also for public administration and private companies.
Since 2015 she is also research officer of the EIP-AGRI Service Point (Dir. Gral. Agriculture - European Commission). Her main duties involve organization and facilitation of events (Focus groups, workshops and seminars) related to Agriculture and Rural Development, communication and interaction with Research institutions and platforms, and developing contents for publication.