Maxar Intelligence names new chief technology officer

WASHINGTON — Maxar Intelligence has named Arvind Srinivasan as its new chief technology officer. The appointment marks the latest leadership change at the company following its acquisition by the private equity firm Advent International.
Maxar Intelligence is the satellite imagery and geospatial analytics arm of Maxar Technologies, based in Westminster, Colorado. 
The company’s recently named chief executive Dan Smoot said Feb. 8 that Srinivasan was picked for his “decades-long track record of developing digital platforms in the geospatial sector and managing large-scale infrastructure systems at some of the world’s most successful technology companies.”
At Google, Srinivasan oversaw the commercialization of the Google Maps engine cloud platform, integrating analytics with geospatial data. He also worked on the engineering team responsible for the Google Earth enterprise platform. 
More recently, Srinivasan oversaw infrastructure systems at Meta and

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