Carl Anderson is a Senior Solutions Architect responsible for leading design and development of Information Technology solutions to meet our client’s most difficult technical challenges.
With more than 30 years of experience in enterprise IT, Cloud Computing, Application Development, Geospatial & Data Sciences, Carl is a renowned full stack expert specializing in creating design strategies for software implementations, improving and rebuilding networks for efficiencies, and making systems scalable for large operations. From architecting spatio-temporal geocoding and data-cubing solutions for the nation’s primer data products on the local economy at the U.S. Census Bureau to developing cloud-based architectures, data models, and web applications that enable FEMA to rapidly visualize, analyze, and disseminate critical imagery and geospatial data for disaster response, Carl has a unique ability to turn a vision into a real solution to meet a client’s mission.
Earlier in his career, Carl worked as the assistant director of IT for the Fulton County Georgia, served as president of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA), and coauthored Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) and ISO Addressing standards. Carl is active in the Geospatial community, contributing to open source software initiatives, leading mapathons for Open Streetmap (OSM), and conducting trainings and seminars for GIS professionals at GIS-Pro and other events.
In his free time, Carl is an active caver and has served as the longtime Records Chair for the Georgia Speleological Survey.