Jordan McManus holds a bachelor’s degree (2006) in software engineering from Ottawa University.
He worked as a research technician at Fisheries and Oceans Canada (2008-2009 and 2013-2014). He participated in various projects such as, MERIS satellite image processing and classification, development of a neural network to detect chlorophyll from remote sensing data, development of tools for visualization of Sun-Earth-Moon system to study the potential generator of the tides, and statistical analysis of the global climatic model.
Since 2018, he joined the CIDCO R&D team as a software analyst. He contributed in various projects at CIDCO such as, mobile LiDAR system calibration software (LIBAC), automatic calibration of multi-beam sonar, and error estimation of celerity profiles.