Louisiana Secretary of State
Charter/Organization ID: 36451320K
Name: AMI CONSULTING, LLC
Type Entity: Limited Liability Company
Annual Report Status: Not In Good Standing for failure to file current Annual Report
2008 Annual Report is required at this time Print Annual Report Form For Filing
Mailing Address: C/O CHRIS DRAKE, 127 HWY 22E., STE. E11, MADISONVILLE, LA 70447
Domicile Address: 127 HWY 22E., STE. E11, MADISONVILLE, LA 70447
File Date: 05/15/2007
Registered Agent (Appointed 5/15/2007): CHRIS DRAKE, 127 HWY 22E., STE. E11, MADISONVILLE, LA 70447
Member or Manager: CHRIS DRAKE, 127 HWY 22E., STE. E11, MADISONVILLE, LA 70447
Member or Manager: ELLEN M. KIRK, 4435 CAMINITO TECERA, DEL MAR CA 92014
If you know what to look for you might find your Tropos connection!!
yeah...i know what you're thinking...WTF is Tropos? No need to Google...here:
See who is on the Management team for Logistix below.
Logistix specializes in metro-scale wireless boradband, municipal online services and disaster recovery, provides vision, strategy, marketing and execution advice and management to corporate executives and municipal leaders. The New Orleans based company combines public and private sector experience to plan, develop and deploy the technological and logistical solutions for metro-scale needs.
Metro-scale wireless broadband services include wireless mesh networks, wireless video surveillance, wi-fi, WiMAX, VoIP and automated meter reading.
Municipal online services include FEMA-ready web portals, online revenue collection, building permit automation and easy content management.
Disaster recover services include FEMA requirements, geocoding, hazard mitigation, public assistance grants and project worksheets.
1515 Poydras St.
New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: (504) 208-4764
Greg Meffert, CEO
If you like that you'll LOVE this:
Washington Post article:
Where are the 200 Tropos units today? http://www.dmconfidential.com/blogs/category/General_Internet/624/
New Orleans Announces Citywide Wi-Fi
On November 27th, New Orleans Mayor Ray C. Nagin announced the city's plans to extend coverage of their Tropos MetroMesh network to encompass all of the city. The network will be used by multiple city agencies, including public safety personnel, homeland security workers, building inspectors, and other city workers. The mesh network, with gear donated by Tropos, Intel and Pronto Networks, was the first broadband network available after Katrina hit the Big Easy, and has been used extensively since by FEMA workers, public safety officers and private company insurance adjusters. Additionally, the Mayor has made the network immediately available to residents, free of charge, to supplement DSL and cable connectivity not yet restored since the Katrina disaster. Be sure to check out the interview with Chris Drake, Project Office Manager for the Mayor's Office of Technology, from the Discovery Channel Canada.
Hopefully someone can find those interviews with the Discovery Channel Canada
http://searchnetworking.techtarget.com/news/article/0,289142,sid7_gci1023354,00.html# Great article from Nov. 5, 2004.