We are an adaptable team with a passion for great storytelling who strive to create great visitor experiences. With over 15 years of experience working across the heritage and cultural sectors, ATS have built a talented and creative team of producers, editors, designers, software developers and project managers, all passionate about communicating with heritage audiences.
From the unassuming surroundings of a sleepy South Downs village ATS have grown to be one of the leading producers of multimedia guides and apps in the sector, regularly taking on and beating its multinational rivals to major projects up and down the country. Our clients include St Paul’s Cathedral, Bletchley Park, National Portrait Gallery, London, Eltham Palace (award winning), The View from The Shard, Royal Observatory Greenwich, The Ashmolean, Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum and a whole selection of English Heritage and National Trust properties.
It might be a cliché but we really believe that no job is too large or too small – from a few handsets for a simple audio tour to operating multimedia guides on the ground in ten languages.
We pride ourselves on working closely with clients and maintaining close working relationships well after project completion. Our work is a collaborative approach and we take great pride in what we produce.
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An audio guide was the next step, we chose ATS because of their impressive CV and reputation for great content
We knew we had a fantastic story to tell so wanted a company that could really bring it to life.
The multimedia guide does everything that we wanted it to do and more it – has exceeded my expectations.
The portable AV guides are a must, you would miss half of it without one, probably the best guide we’ve had.
It was the very personal and understanding way in which the ATS team got involved with the Royal Hospital team and determined how their creative talents could best suit the needs of this very particular challenge.
The multimedia tour is one of the best we had used – chunked and layered into interesting elements making use of a variety of media (music, film, reminiscence, key objects) appeals to a broader range of people.
Taking the virtual guided tour was excellent and very informative leaving no stone unturned, the detail is mind blowing.