Craig Miller has ownership and management responsibilities in two companies, which includes 24-year old Advanced Technologies Management, Inc. (ATM), which also does business as Pictographics. ATM is a computer technology company and an Intel developer at the highest level. Among other accomplishments, ATM builds the fastest PCs in the world.
Pictographics is a high-tech digital printing and boutique job shop serving the exhibit, hospitality, event, and interior décor, art, and architectural markets. In mid-2017 Pictographics took delivery of the revolutionary MASSIVit 1800 3D, the largest and fastest high-resolution 3D printer in the world. Pictographics was also named the beta site for the Mimaki 3DUJ-553 an equally revolutionary photo-realistic 3D printer with fine detail and ten million colors. In the months to come Pictographics will acquire 3D printers with multi-composite and multi-metal print capabilities and printers capable of true additive manufacturing.
Craig also founded Rapid Application Development (RAD), which is an electronic and software development company. RAD is an Apple, Texas Instruments, and FLIR Systems developer. RAD is best know for developing thermal imaging for the mobile market, both for the private sector and military. RAD has several patents pending. RAD has software in use on every habitable continent
Craig is also active in the family’s non-profit animal rescue, Hearts Alive Village Las Vegas.