A-T Solutions’ GreenLine Systems on Brilliance Information Team Awarded Contract to Support Royal Malaysian Customs Department

Dennis Kelly, President and CEO, A-T Solutions Inc.

Dennis Kelly, A-T Solutions Inc.

GreenLine Systems, a subsidiary of A-T Solutions Inc., has announced that it is part of the Brilliance Information (BRINFO) team that was recently awarded a four-year, firm-fixed price contract to support the Royal Malaysian Customs Department.

GreenLine Systems specializes in helping governments around the world manage risks associated with maritime and cross-border movement of vessels, goods and people.

“We are excited to work with a great partner on this very important project for the government of Malaysia,” said Dennis Kelly, president and CEO of A-T Solutions. “We believe we offer the most comprehensive solutions for cargo and maritime risk management and look forward to assisting the BRINFO team in this significant endeavor to support Malaysia’s national security.”

GreenLine will deploy its Cargo Targeting System and Vessel Selection System as part of the new “Ubiquitous Customs” Customs Information System. This project is designed to provide the Royal Malaysian Customs Department with a scalable and proven risk management methodology and software platform for assessing threats and finding anomalous behavior, according to A-T Solutions.

A-T Solutions acquired GreenLine Systems in November last year.

GreenLine Systems applies a proven agile software development method to deliver custom solutions for worldwide transportation situational awareness and threat assessment. It also provides software-as-a-service solutions for government and commercial clients needing enhanced maritime traffic monitoring and analysis.

Based in the Tysons Corner area of Vienna, A-T Solutions also has an operations and training center in Fredericksburg and additional offices in Virginia Beach, San Diego, Calif.; Niceville and Orlando, Fla.; Boise, Idaho; Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.; Fort Bragg, N.C.; the Netherlands and Canada.


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