Next week, Nate Ball, the Co-Founder and CEO of Atlas Devices, will be delivering a presentation to the Incident Prevention Utility Safety Conference and Expo at the Caribe Royale Hotel in Orlando, FL. Nate Ball, who is an Emmy Award winning TV host, author, and mechanical engineer, will address the role emerging technologies play in the realm of Higher Faster Safer utility access. Joining Nate will be Greg Wildman, Transmission Supervisor at Tucson Electric Power, and Luke Wilson, Journeyman Lineman at Salt River Project. Both Wildman and Wilson have successfully implemented these state of the art technologies into their operations. The presentation will exemplify the unique products born out of relationships between utility and engineering companies. Nate will discuss how Atlas Devices’ history in defense-related rapid access has prepared a product line of transmission, distribution, and rescue capable equipment. Learn how a pneumatic grapnel hook launcher and tactical/airborne portable, dismountable hoist have been customized for first man up, mid-span spacer swaps, hauling, and OSHA 100% attached powered climbing. See how mechanical climbing magnets, previously used exclusively for maritime visit, board, search, and seizure (VBSS) operations, can be used for climbing up and anchoring onto towers and monopoles for work positioning. The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion including attendee Q&A. The address, aptly titled “Batman Joins the Barehand Crew,” will be given at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, November 6th in Boca VII-VIII.
During exhibition hours, make sure to come check out the equipment for yourself! We will be set up in booth 114, with ropes rigged to demonstrate the Atlas Powered Ascender, Utility (APA-5-U). As always, we encourage visitors to get up close and personal with the technology, which is why we will be running live demonstrations between 8:30 AM and 2:00 PM on November 7th and 8th. The REBS Pneumatic Launchers will also be on display alongside the Atlas Pirate Paddles and extremely lightweight and modular REBS Carbon Multi Ladder (CML), among others. Introduce yourself and drop a business card for a chance to win an Atlas custom YETI cooler. We are excited to visit with and learn from members of the utility industry from around the nation. For details on the Astronaut-led Space Center tour sponsored by Atlas Devices, and for other IP Utility Conference information please visit https://utilitysafetyconference.com/.
The Atlas Tower Kit has been featured on T&D World’s website where its use case for linemen in harsh, remote environments is highlighted. Tucson Electric Power (TEP) is one of the first companies in the electric utility industry to adopt Atlas products into their normal hoist, winch, and rescue routines, saving time and money while minimizing environmental impact and complying with OSHA fall restraint standards. Atlas Devices worked closely with TEP to ensure our Powered Rope Ascenders would be compatible with their standard equipment and procedures. We look forward to expanding our customers’ reach and enabling such vital work to be done higher, faster, safer.
We’re excited to be here at the Embassy Suites in Loveland, Colorado for this spring’s Incident Prevention Utility Safety Conference and Expo! This is Atlas Devices’ first time attending iPC, and we’ve just finished setting up our exhibit in booth 165 adjacent to the main entrance. Our ropes have been rigged to the Embassy conference room ceiling, allowing for demonstrations of our Utility Powered Ascenders (APA-5-U) up to 35 feet. Other equipment includes our REBS launchers, which are both on display and shown in use by utility professionals on a 55” screen. A reminder that we will be running scheduled demos of the APA-5-U at 9:30 AM, 11:00 AM, and 1:00 PM both days of the expo, with more in between as necessary. We look forward to meeting attendees during exhibit hours in addition to attending utility seminars and panel discussions offered throughout the week. To learn more about our company’s mission, don’t forget to attend the Atlas private reception just off the main Embassy bar on Wednesday, April 25th from 5-8 PM. Our CEO, Nate Ball, will be giving an address and we will discuss how Atlas technologies can help address your individual rope access needs. Refreshments will be provided and there is going to be a raffle for a custom YETI cooler. Check out the time-lapse footage of our booth setup below, and remember that we are also here to learn from YOU, so please stop by and introduce yourself!
IP Booth Build 2018 from Atlas Devices on Vimeo.
We are excited to announce that Atlas Devices has joined the lineup of exhibitors at the spring Incident Prevention Conference (iPC) in Loveland, Colorado April 24th-26th. Our recent expansion into the utility market makes iPC an obvious choice to learn, network, and of course showcase our Atlas Powered Ascenders and REBS Launching equipment. Come visit us in booth 165 during exhibit hours to meet our team and get a hands-on demonstration of the APA-5-U Powered Ascender. Scheduled interactive demos will be running at 9:30 AM, 11:00 AM, and 1:00 PM both days of the expo, with more in between as necessary. Also be sure to attend the exclusive Atlas Reception on Wednesday, April 25th from 5-8 PM in the Embassy dining room reserved off the main showroom bar to discuss your company’s access needs and hear an address by our co-founder and CEO Nate Ball, who is also the Emmy Award winning host of the PBS Kids hit engineering show Design Squad. We look forward to hearing how our state of the art technology can help you achieve your objective and go higher, faster, safer.