Bruce Macdonald (Chief Technology Officer)
Bruce Macdonald has a B.Sc. in Environmental Studies and is the inventor of the world’s first wearable underwater computer – called the WetPC. He is author of a number of patents to do with Chordic Graphical User Interfaces and has extensive experience in both software and hardware development. He is responsible for undertaking advanced research on KordIT, developing new solutions and innovations, as well as developing firmware and prototype circuitry.
Geoff Woodman (Principal Systems Engineer)
Geoff Woodman is a highly skilled engineer with over 30 years of experience in project management, electronics design, development and production. He has undertaken hands-on engineering in the professional telecommunications, military products and systems industries. He has a B. Eng (Hons) from UNSW and is a member of the Institute of Engineers Australia and the Association of Professional Engineers, Scientists and Managers, Australia. He provides expert technical advice in relation to product development and manufacturing, electronics and circuit design and RF communications.
Will Boettcher (Senior Systems Engineer)
Will Boettcher has a B.Sc. in Physics and a Master of Engineering from the Australian National University. His responsibilities include firmware maintenance and development, PCB design and the prototyping and testing of new innovations.
Don Evans (Senior Project Manager)
Don Evans OAM is a Certified and Practising Project Manager (CPPM) registered with the Australian Institute of Project Management. He has over 30 years experience in Electronics and Communications Engineering with the Australian Federal Police. He is PRINCE 2 qualified and as a professional Project Manager has developed specialised skills in project planning, execution, reporting, document production and management, including the management of contractors and stakeholders. He is responsible for managing a project to deliver weapon mounted central controllers to the Australian Army.