About Geovative Solutions

 

Based in Junction City, Kansas, we serve businesses and consumers worldwide by providing innovative location-based software and solutions, specializing in GPS touring. We offer the GeoTour product line, sell professional GPS tours, and provide consulting and custom development related to GPS, navigation, and the Web.

 

 


Lane Roney, CEO

Lane has taught thousands of African kids how to not get AIDS, developed small businesses for the poor in the Philippines, produced weapons for the US and allied militaries, and wandered through the South Pacific attempting almost every adventure sport known to man. He earned his BS in industrial engineering from Kansas State University along with a certificate in engineering leadership and a minor in business administration. Drop him a line at lroney (at) geovative (dot) com and he'll hit you back if he’s not trekking through a remote wilderness.


Scott Rock, President & CTO

Scott is the resident tech guru and enjoys helping his 3-year old son work on his dissertation for a PhD in math. Scott has served as information systems research & development manager for Central National Bank, web developer for Surface Systems and Instruments, and software developer for Cargill Meat Solutions. He’s also previously founded two other successful Internet businesses. Scott earned his BS in computer engineering and minor in computer science from Kansas State University. Shoot him an email at srock (at) geovative (dot) com and he’ll probably see it within 30 seconds if he’s not asleep.


Shing Chang, PhD., Business Development Advisor

Dr. Chang serves as Associate Professor in the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering at Kansas State University, and has held several other teaching and research appointments. He earned his B.S. in industrial engineering from Tsing-Hua University, his M.S.E. in industrial and management systems engineering from Arizona State University, and his Ph.D. in industrial and systems engineering from The Ohio State University.


Pat Caldwell, Operations Advisor

Pat has held several management positions with Raytheon Missile Systems since 1980, and served as their Vice President of Operations during 2002 - 2005. Previously, he has worked as an engineer for Raytheon Missile Systems, Motorola’s Government Electronic Division, and Cessna’s Fluid Power Division. He earned his BS in electrical engineering from Kansas State University and his MS in electrical engineering from Arizona State University.