Monthly Archives: May 2016

Chris Chalmers joins Atlantic

Huntsville, Ala. (May 31, 2016) – Atlantic is pleased to announce the recent addition of Chris Chalmers to its Executive Leadership and Business Development teams. Chris will focus on a number of markets including Atlantic’s USGS BAA grant consortium development, consulting with existing federal and local clients in developing solutions, as well as promoting Atlantic’s existing federal contracts to maximize collaboration and exposure to our partners.  With over 20 years of proven success in developing managing and working for both the government and private firms, Mr. Chalmers brings a unique prospective to Atlantic’s potential and current clients.

“I am thrilled to join a company that shares my passion for serving clients, not just providing data, but truly understanding what they need and developing specific solutions to help them achieve their goals,” said Chris Chalmers. “Being part of a team that is intentional on seeking better solutions than status quo is exciting.”

“This past year has been an exciting time for our team at Atlantic. We have worked diligently to innovate new solutions for clients and as a result we have experienced record growth,” said Tim Stagg, […]

Could Thermal Imagery Help You?

Redstone Arsenal found itself in a familiar scenario for government agencies — it had more needs than finances. Rather than waiting for additional funding, they chose to be innovative with money they did have and invest in a non-traditional type of geospatial data that could be used to help them identify and prioritize their public works projects. This new data would become a tool for the Arsenal that would yield far more return than anticipated, thus resulting in the ability to do even more with less.

Jochen Floesser, Atlantic’s Senior Vice President, explains in the May 2016 edition of POB Magazine – “Aerial Thermal Imaging Arms Redstone Arsenal”

Could thermal imagery help you?