SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., January 9, 2006 — Aechelon Technology, Inc. announced today that Craig Vrana joined the Company as a Project Engineer with primary emphasis on Night Vision Goggle (NVG) simulation.
“Craig comes to us with ten years prior experience with various contractors at the US Air Force Mesa, AZ Research Site, Night Vision Training Systems (NVTS) Project, where he was engaged in R&D, human factors testing and NVG simulation implementation and test,” said John C. Quinn, president and CEO of the company. “Craig completed his BSEE with specialty in computers at Arizona State University and has over 20 years of experience in aerospace and biomedical electronics systems engineering and software development.”
“I am pleased to have this opportunity to join Aechelon Technology, as I have had an opportunity to work with their products and feel like I can make a significant contribution to continued deployment of quality NVG training for the US Services,” said Vrana.
Prior to joining Aechelon Technology, Mr. Vrana was a Project Engineer with Lockheed Martin Services, and held various system engineering positions at the University of Dayton Research Institute, Goodyear Aerospace, Dominator Radiology and Emtek Healthcare Systems.
About Aechelon Technology
Aechelon Technology is a leader in real time computer graphics applications for training, simulation and entertainment markets. The company provides COTS-based, high resolution, multi-channel, geo-specific image generators, OTW and correlated sensor databases and integration services. The company’s image generators are field proven, and are delivered with full logistics support and documentation. Aechelon Technology is located on the Internet at www.aechelon.com and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.
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Aechelon Technology, Inc.
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