AeroMetric Hires New Airport Solutions Specialist
June 26, 2012
Sheboygan, Wis. – AeroMetric has hired Todd Johnson as an airport solutions specialist. In this role, he will be assisting consultants with their Airport GIS (AGIS) programs, coordinating with the FAA on project-specific issues and advancing state-of-the art GIS applications for the aviation industry.
Johnson brings 26 years of airport-related work experience to this position, including assisting the FAA with the development of their GIS program and developing CADD/GIS software to meet the needs of airport environments. He has successfully managed the development of several high visibility FAA programs and system integration projects. In addition, he provided critical alpha/beta content and functionality testing for FAA Airports GIS system updates, lead the development of the FAA Integrated Distance Learning Environment (IDLE), and was both producer and narrator of the FAA Airports GIS Video Training Series. Johnson’s technical white paper entitled, “A Guide to Airport Surveys” was published by the FAA and is utilized nationally by the consulting community involved with airport surveying.
Bob Vander Meer, AeroMetric's vice president for airport business development said, "We are excited to bring Todd into AeroMetric as he is recognized by airport consultants nationwide as an expert in AGIS programs. Not only has he helped develop AGIS for the FAA, he has also assisted planners, designers and GIS specialists with their AGIS programs, on behalf of the FAA. Bringing Todd on board adds greater depth to all of our aviation-related services including eALPs.”
“I am extremely honored to be one of the newest members of the AeroMetric team. I look forward to bringing in my expertise, and helping to enhance and broaden AeroMetric’s airport solutions. It will be a pleasure to work with some of the most experienced and knowledgeable geospatial airport consultants in the business today!” said Johnson.
Prior to joining AeroMetric, Johnson worked for Innovation Solutions International where he spent over four years working directly with the FAA’s Office of Airports Safety & Standards, Airports Engineering Division (AAS-100) as a contract specialist in support of the FAA’s Airports GIS program. His role at AeroMetric will be to provide consulting, project management and training to airport clients nationwide. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.