Business Brief: Who’s Got Our Back?
Feb 10, 2011 12:29AM ● Published by Anonymous
John King, President of Alta Technia Systems-llc, (ATS) is pleased to announce that the firm, a high tech consulting company specializing in security and mass transit systems, has been recognized as a Minority Business Enterprise, (MBE) and a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise, (DBE) by the Maryland Department of Transportation, State of Maryland, Certification No. 11-045.
Created in 2008, Alta Technia Systems-llc, (www.ATSystems-llc.com) has been a leader in the rapidly expanding Homeland Security industry, as well as Wireless communication market. Current projects consist of subcontracts with national engineering and consulting companies, as well as the State of Maryland. Tasks are broad and include areas that require critical expertise including: intelligent security and surveillance systems for above ground and below ground rail properties, bus and other transit vehicle systems, buildings, parking lots, tunnels and other state protected assets.
Alta Technia Systems-llc provides an extensive range of services, from project management of technologies to individual consultation. Current expertise include 85 years of experience in radio, radar and navigation systems, chemical bacterial radiological, nuclear and explosive detection systems (CBRNE), computer aided dispatch/automatic vehicle location processes (CAD/AVL), intelligent video surveillance systems (IVSS).
Alta Technia Systems-llc. Is a member of the Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and a regular attendee at technology conferences including: IWCE, APTA, ASIS, IFSEC. By continuing to learn about new developing technologies, as well as using over 85 years of on-call
experience, Alta Technia Systems-llc can ensure that your needs can be met. Other customers include FAA, Intelsat, US Coast Guard, Detroit Department of Transportation, (DDOT), Bus, Delaware Area Rapid Transit, (DART), Washington Metropolitan Transit Association
(WMATA), Comsat and large corporate entities such as ITT, and Exxon.