Airborne 1 Expands Offices to Accommodate Growth

February 21, 2007 -- El Segundo, CA –-  Airborne 1 Corporation is expanding the office space of its California headquarters in a move to accommodate the company’s rapid growth over the last year. 

Airborne 1, a leading provider of advanced LiDAR services, rentals, and software worldwide, has nearly doubled its staff from this time last year in response to market demand for their LiDAR products and services.  “We have become too many people for our current offices,” said Airborne 1 Marketing Director Alejandra Espinosa.  The new accommodations include 2 new conference rooms, one equipped specially for sensor and software training, additional offices for the growing staff, and an additional reception area.

Airborne 1 will move into the new office space March 1st, just in time for the busy spring season.  The company’s mailing address and phone numbers will remain the same.

 

About Airborne 1

Airborne 1 Corporation ( www.airborne1.com) provides advanced LiDAR technology and asset management for partners in the photogrammetry, surveying and mapping fields. From Turnkey Services, to Software/Training, Rentals, Fractional Ownership Plans, and Franchising Opportunities, Airborne 1 enables professionals worldwide to effectively enter the LiDAR market without having to incur the high costs of owning a sensor.  Airborne 1’s digital mapping services and solutions include a dedicated team of LiDAR surveying experts, state-of-the-art Optech ALTM sensors, LiDAR data processing analysis and application development, as well as LiDAR field survey coordination and project management. 

 

Press Information:

Rose Mary Mercer
Airborne 1 Corporation
Phone: (310) 414-7400
Email Contact  
www.airborne1.com


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  • October 09, 2008
    Reviewed by 'Aerial_Data'
    Airborne 1 hits serious turbulence.
    Airborne 1 is suffering from several negetive events that have already taken place, with more drastic measures to come. Financial constraints have led to 8 layoffs and precipitated 4 other key employees, including the relatively new COO, to resign. Vendors have gotten aggressive.
    Whether they will need the expanded office space remains to be seen.
    Expect more turbulence and fallout soon.

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