AUVSI names new board members

The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), the world’s largest association representing the unmanned systems community, announced its newly elected board of directors during its annual Unmanned Systems 2014 in Orlando, Fla., earlier this month.

Newly elected directors for the 2014-2017 term are David Agnew, Neil Hunter, Leonard Ligon, Paul McDuffee, Ben Miller and Suzy Young.

“These directors represent a wide range of companies and institutions in the global unmanned systems and robotics community, bringing expertise in technology, applications and markets related to this rapidly emerging industry,” said AUVSI President and CEO Michael Toscano. “We congratulate those elected and look forward to working with our board as we continue promoting the potential of unmanned systems.”

The new term of office for the board of directors began at AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems 2014, where more than 6,000 attendees from 55 countries saw 600 exhibits and participated in more than 100 educational sessions, showcasing the present and future capabilities of unmanned systems and robotics technology.

Returning members include:

Officers

  • John Lademan, Chairman
  • Ralph Alderson, Executive Vice Chairman
  • John Burke, First Vice Chairman
  • Gen Fraser, Treasurer
  • Peter Bale, Immediate Past Chairman

Directors

  • Heather James
  • Michelle Kalphat
  • Chad Partridge
  • Steven Pennington
  • Dave Seagle
  • Dallas Brooks
  • Mark Gordon
  • Rand LeBouvier
  • Stewart Moorehead
  • Stephen Newton
  • David Place
  • Heather James
  • Michelle Kalphat
  • Chad Partridge
  • Steven Pennington
  • Dave Seagle
  • Dallas Brooks
  • Mark Gordon
  • Rand LeBouvier
  • Stewart Moorehead
  • Stephen Newton
  • David Place
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