ASI Highlights Employees and You with “I Am ASI”

Aerial Services, Inc., a veteran – owned small business is celebrating 50 years in the mapping profession by announcing the “I Am ASI” campaign.

ASI Celebrates 50 Years logo

ASI Celebrates 50 Years in Mapping Business

Mike Tully, CEO of ASI would like to invite you to participate in the “I Am ASI” program. Here’s how you can participate.

Look for the “I Am ASI” campaign each month throughout the next year on Facebook, LinkedIn, the ASI newsletter, our website, and other geospatial professional media outlets such as LiDAR News.   Each month we will be featuring one of our employees to highlight ASI’s professional services.

But it’s not all about us.  We want to learn more about you!

When you see our story, click on it and tell us about the unique career, ground-breaking projects you’re working on, or how you are using geospatial technology to make a difference.  You can also nominate others!  Each month we will select one nominee and highlight how they are exploiting their  professionalism to make a difference.

Please help us discover our geospatial colleagues that are making a difference in our profession, or in the lives of others using their expertise. We look forward to learning about these exceptional individuals and sharing their dedication.

Photo of ASI's Adam Campbell

ASI’s Adam Campbell

Adam Campbell , CMS-Lidar, GISP is the first ASI employee to be featured. Adam is a LiDAR Scientist who has been with Aerial Services for the past 9 years. He recently completed his SECOND, that’s right, second Ironman triathlon.  To put that into perspective that’s 4.8 miles of swimming, 224 miles of biking, and 52.4 miles of running.

Congrats go out to Mike, Ryan, Adam and the ASI team for making this happen and I encourage you to support this exciting program.

For more information on the I Am ASI program please click here.

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