AUTONOMOUS MARINE SYSTEMS

Team

Team

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Eamon Carrig co-founded Autonomous Marine Systems 2009. Eamon got his start as a systems engineer developing and automating rigorous testing procedures and analysis of spaceflight hardware. He has worked on more than a dozen successful missions, including the penultimate shuttle mission. Between 2007 and 2012, Eamon was an independent contractor designing integrated hardware and software systems for customers in the aerospace, architecture, and creative communities. Eamon earned an A.B. in Philosophy of Science from Princeton University.

Ravi Paintal brings a special combination of shop-floor and executive experience to AMS. Before this, he was President Americas, Exova PLC based in Toronto Canada and a key member of the executive team that took Exova public with a listing on the London Stock Exchange. Prior to that Ravi was on the Executive Committee and held senior management positions at Cabot Corporation, Boston. He has been a management consultant with the Boston Consulting Group, Boston and has worked as a field engineer offshore China, India and Scandinavia with Schlumberger Ltd. Ravi has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a B.Tech from IIT Delhi. He is an instrument rated private pilot and enjoys sailing, biking, diving, skiing and living in Boston with his wife.

Chris Kennedy earned a MS in Mechanical Engineering in 2014 and a BS in Aerospace Engineering in 2012 from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. During his time in school, he worked as a contractor creating innovative UAV solutions under separate contracts, including fixed-wing, multi-rotors, and monocopters. He led the team that won the 2014 AUVIS Foundation Roboboat Competition, and participated in the inaugural Maritime RobotX challenge in Singapore. His most notable contribution to each was an innovative perception algorithm for detecting and classifying maritime objects.

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Imported from hot and sunny Texas, Jonathan Moore received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University. He brings a broad background in power and alternative energy, microprocessor systems, and mobile networks. Prior to joining AMS, he worked for T-Mobile USA and BlackBerry, Inc. in Dallas, TX. He spends his spare time learning about new technologies and building hobby electronics projects.