Starting as a project engineer he rose to become vice president of an 800 person engineering organization focused on developing rugged, reliable, digital electronic control systems for aircraft and aircraft engines. He then launched and championed an adjacent market initiative to develop controls and power and drive systems for locomotives and electrically driven vehicles. After eight years leading this engineering organization, he became vice president of a business unit growing it from less than $50 million in sales to over $500 million in sales in ten years.
He has a B.S. and M.S. in Aeronautical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an M.B.A. from Wright State University.
AEYCH (pronounced "H") provides management and technical consulting services to those enterprises engaged in research, development, production, or operation of rugged, reliable, integrated control and power electronic systems.
AEYCH consultants have many years of experience in the disciplines of project management, new product development, and systems engineering. They are equally adept at dealing with strategic business issues and deep diving to resolve critical problems.
The company's current technical focus is the integration of intelligent power and energy management with advanced grid-connected electricity storage technologies to mitigate the potential impact that a widely available, public charging infrastructure for electric transportation could have on the electric power grid.