20190307 Tech Talk - Using Technology to Grow Your Manufacturing Business/Industry 4.0
Ron Angelo is CCAT’s President & Chief Executive Officer. He is formerly Principal of Great River Advisors and previously served as Deputy Commissioner of Connecticut’s Department of Economic Development (DECD), where he administered business development programs totaling more than $3 billion that targeted retention and expansion of in-state businesses as well as state and federal programs focused on building strong neighborhoods and communities. Prior to DECD, he served as Deputy Commissioner for the Department of Consumer Protection and Vice President for Fleet Financial Group. He has over 25 years of management experience in the public and private sector. He also has experience working with universities and institutions of higher education and with several successful not-for-profit organizations. Ron is a board advisor for several corporations and has held numerous boards of director’s seats and professional designations and memberships.
Tom Maloney, Ph.D., serves as chief technology officer for CCAT. He is an executive-level professional with more than 25 years experience in advanced manufacturing and alternative energy technologies for commercial, aerospace, and military applications. He is CCAT’s principal investigator for Department of Defense-sponsored applied research in metal additive manufacturing, metrology, and machining of advanced materials. Maloney also served as principal investigator for the $75M multi-state National Aerospace Leadership Initiative for developing advanced manufacturing technologies as well as the $20M DoD alternative fuels effort for deriving clean liquid fuels from biomass, coal, and renewable waste feed sources.
Prior to CCAT, his experience includes development of space power systems at NASA Glenn Research Center, hydrogen fueling leader for Proton Onsite, and UTC Power’s technical leader to develop a 300kW Fuel Cell Powerplant for the Spanish Navy S-80 submarine. Maloney was also a visiting researcher at the Argonne National Laboratory and he served as a visiting faculty member at Cleveland State University and at University of Connecticut.