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NLT – Exhibition and Presentation at FedGIS 2018

Esri Federal GIS Conference this week and New Light Technologies is gearing up for the company’s annual sponsorship as a Federal Small Business Partner and Exhibitor with over 12 years as an ESRI Business Partner. NLT will have a booth set up in the Small Business Pavilion – be sure to stop by and say […]

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NLT Team Presents at ASPRS in Denver on Flood Detection and Data Integration

New Light Technologies will be in attendance at this year’s American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) Conference in Denver, CO with a representative giving a presentation titled “Flood Detection and Data Integration: A Solution for Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria”. The presentation discusses a newly-developed approach to integrating flood extents derived from satellite […]

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NLT Team presents at AGU Fall Meeting

A team from New Light Technologies (NLT) will be participating at this year’s American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting. The conference is the largest Earth and Space Science meeting in the world and it will take place next week in New Orleans, Louisiana from December 11th through the 15th. Scientists from around the world will […]

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Thank you Note on Small Business Saturday!

As a small business, we depend heavily on large organizations purchasing their products and services and partnering with us to stay in business. We have been blessed for 16 years in working for and with so many large organizations. We want to thank them and encourage then to continue their successful partnership with us and […]

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FEMA is GCN DigIT Award Finalist: Data, Analytics & Visualization

Proud of the NLT Team supporting FEMA! Here’s an excerpt from a recent GCN Article describing the work that FEMA and its NLT Consulting team along with other consulting staff have been able to achieve in providing real-time enabling support to Government Decision makers during recent hurricanes. “Through work with consultant New Light Technologies, FEMA […]

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NLT arrives at its Sweet 16!

We are officially 16 years old today! I would like to take an opportunity to express our great appreciation to the many current and past team members and all the fantastic customers we have had the privilege to work for and continue to serve. This year has been a transformative year as we launched 2 […]

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New Position Alert: Data Center Mainframe Analyst

New Light Technologies is seeking a Data Center Mainframe Analyst who monitors and trouble-shoots all of our mainframe hardware devices, network infrastructure and our district agencies host applications. Mainframe Support is responsible for monitoring 2 mainframe platforms, which host 13 (Logical Partitions) LPARS and processes more than 230434 programs and scripts yearly within our production […]

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New Position Alert: NOC Customer Support Analyst

New Light Technologies is seeking a NOC Customer Support Analyst who will be responsible for first line technical support, maintenance and monitoring of highly available and complex the clients enterprise network infrastructure. Primary role involves monitoring critical infrastructure and network related components, performing an initial triage of incidents, and escalating incidents. An ideal candidate will […]

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3 New Open Positions

To view full description, Go To: Recruiting Software Asset Management (SAM) Specialist / Business Analyst     (No resumes after 2:00pm on April 3, 2017 -closing date) Manage Software Environment and help customers understand and utilize software licenses and agreements Location: Washington, DC   Database Administrator     (No resumes after 2:00pm on April 5, […]

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Geophysical Modeling is Universal

Numerical models are based on the fundamental laws of science which are universal and applicable to many fields, especially geophysics. As a geophysicist interested in predictive applications of near-surface geohazard modeling, I am familiar with solving problems using equations that govern the way waves move through a medium, such as seismic waves traveling through the Earth’s lithosphere. Models are […]

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