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Thought Leadership

The core focus of our business is hiring and retaining the best and brightest staff of photogrammetrists, pilots, surveyors, GIS Analysts, Remote Sensing Analysts and consultants.

Solutions Oriented

We offer a wide variety of solutions in remote sensing, surveying and consulting. Our staff of certified professionals provide geospatial and consulting solutions.

Technology Driven

Through conscious efforts to invest in people and technology, Atlantic is uniquely positioned to support even the most challenging projects for both government and private sector clients.

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Recent News

05 Jan, 2016

Leading LiDAR Expert, Tim Blak, Joins Atlantic

Tim Blak, a leading expert in LiDAR, Geodesy and advanced remote sensing has been named Atlantic’s Vice President of Technology. Atlantic is a growing Huntsville-based company specializing in remote sensing, surveying and consulting services. In his new role, Blak will serve as a member of Atlantic’s Executive Team to ensure Atlantic’s technological advancement, strengthen existing quality assurance/quality control practices, and focus on problem solving to increase client satisfaction. “As Atlantic continues to grow we will seek the best and the brightest to join our team,” said Brian Mayfield, President and COO. “Tim is a well-known expert in the geospatial profession and his joining Atlantic means we can leverage his thought leadership to advance our geospatial solutions, create new workflows, and offer a better overall Return On Investment to our clients.” Tim Blak has over 28 years of proven success utilizing advanced technologies to solve complex geospatial issues within enterprise Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Engineering environments. He is a nationally known subject matter expert on LiDAR and how to utilize the technology and products to develop new and to improve existing business processes resulting in […]

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02 Sep, 2015

Atlantic Awarded 5-Year $12.5 Million Contract From The USACE, St. Louis District

Atlantic announced today that it has been awarded a prime contract by the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), St. Louis District to perform photogrammetric and LiDAR surveying and mapping services. Under the Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) 5-year, $12.5 million contract, Atlantic will complete task orders nationwide to support geospatial needs of the USACE and its Federal, State, Local and Tribal partners. “This is a very prestigious professional mapping services contract that is coveted by many other firms,” said Brian Mayfield, President and COO of Atlantic. “Winning the contract is just the first step, and we are excited to put our client focus and technical knowledge to work for the St. Louis District.” Since 1993, the St. Louis District has been recognized by the USACE Headquarters as a Center of Expertise (CX) for Photogrammetric Mapping. As a CX, the St. Louis District’s mission includes providing its internal and external clients with full service photogrammetric mapping, LiDAR, emergency response, GIS and a number of additional technical services. The CX has a nationwide mission and the contract awarded to Atlantic covers the Continental United States […]

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31 Aug, 2015

Atlantic’s Thoughts on Kansas Association for Floodplain Management, Inc. (KAFM) Conference

By: Brian Mayfield, President & Chief Operating Officer This week, Kyle Manderson (Project Manager for Atlantic’s Statewide LiDAR Program with the State of Kansas), and I will exhibit at the 2015 Kansas Association for Floodplain Management, Inc. (KAFM) Conference in Kansas City. Atlantic is off to a great start with our 5-year contract with the State of Kansas. In the first year alone, we acquired and developed nearly 10,000 mi2 of USGS QL2+ LiDAR data for four (4) separate areas within the State of Kansas. As we head into the final stages of delivery on the 2014-15 data collected and begin working towards the 2015-16 collection season, I can’t help but feel excited about our partnership with the State of Kansas. This conference should afford Kyle and me an opportunity to meet a large portion of the user community of the statewide LiDAR data. I am looking forward to answering questions about our approach, the results of the data itself (better than 4 ppsm and ~6cm RMSEz) and getting ideas about how to consistently improve our processes and techniques to make certain our clients in Kansas get […]

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