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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

28 Nov, 2017

Geospatial Data Act Setting the Stage for Geospatial Coordination

The Geospatial Data Act (GDA) of 2017, ceremoniously re-introduced in both the Senate and House on GIS Day, is legislation worthy of the support of the entire geospatial community.   Since the concept of a national geospatial data infrastructure was introduced in 1993, there have been several attempts to improve geospatial coordination and codify many well-established processes. Unfortunately, previous initiatives often fell short of the intended objectives, appearing to benefit one geospatial sector over another. The proposed legislation does a better job of managing geospatial assets while aligning the interests of the federal government with the need for partnerships with state, local and tribal governments.  As a provider of geospatial and consulting solutions for both governmental and private sector clients across a variety of markets, Atlantic is publicly supporting the Geospatial Data Act of 2017 and is hopeful that the collaborative approach to geospatial coordination will maximize data sharing and benefit all users and clients within the geospatial industry. Mr. Cy Smith, the State of Oregon Geospatial Information Officer, shared his stance on the GDA with Atlantic’s team: “This important legislation will give Congressional oversight of […]

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23 Oct, 2017

Atlantic adds Water Resources / FEMA Expertise

Atlantic, one of the nation’s leading technology-driven remote sensing and surveying firms, is pleased to announce Leslie Durham, P.E. has joined its team as Vice President of Business Development. Ms. Durham has over 30 years of in-depth water resources management experience including FEMA flood mapping and National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) compliance, water resources and drought planning and environmental regulatory compliance.  Ms. Durham will be a valuable resource for many of Atlantic’s markets with a primary focus on expanding support of FEMA and USGS programs, consulting with Federal, State and Local clients on innovative approaches to problem solving and increasing collaboration among partners on existing federal contracts. “I am delighted to join the Atlantic team and look forward to providing a specialized technical perspective in helping clients achieve their goals,” said Ms. Durham “Being part of a team that strives to be the best at what they do and seeks out innovative approaches to meet client’s needs is a unique and exciting opportunity.” “This past year has been an exciting time for our team at Atlantic. We have worked diligently to expand our innovative, cost-effective solutions for […]

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12 Sep, 2017

Atlantic’s First Attendance of GIS in the Rockies and AGIC Geospatial Education and Training Symposium

During the week of September 18 – 22, Atlantic will attend both the 2017 GIS in the Rockies (GISITR) as well as the 2017 AGIC Geospatial Education and Training Symposium for the very first time.  Atlantic has significantly increased its geographic expansion activity in the Western United States this past year.  With numerous federal, state, local, tribal and private projects ongoing, the decision to attend these conferences offers Atlantic an opportunity to connect with our existing clients as well as meet prospective clients. “Atlantic’s strategic plan includes geographic expansion into the Western United States.” said Brian Mayfield, Atlantic’s President & COO. “The amount of work we have secured over the past several years throughout the Rockies, Pacific Northwest and Southwestern Regions have provided a great foundation for meeting our growth objectives.” Now that Atlantic has grown into a national service provider, the team is anxious to further develop its network within the Western U.S. geospatial communities through direct, intentional time with other movers and shakers of the industry at next week’s conferences. For more information about next week’s conferences and Atlantic’s attendees, please continue reading […]

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