Founder and Chief Engineer of Commercial Computer Systems, brings over four decades of software research experience to our team. He specializes in effective real-time distributed system designs based on performance modeling to improve system effectiveness.
Greg has applied his extensive engineering skills to create the simpleXecutive Methodology which includes REAL Blueprints, REAL Language and SIMPLEX simulation design automation tool, which models a system's performance based on its defined structure and characteristics. These tools synthesize system level interactions between hardware, software and communication subsystem modules. The newly patented tools have successfully verified system design performance against complex distributed system effectiveness goals early in system development, i.e. prior to initiating coding.
Greg has acquired a broad experience base as Chief Computing System Architect for multiple successful large scale, real-time projects. This experience includes commercial avionics, manned Apollo Moon Mission, medical diagnostic and therapeutic systems, DoD weapon systems, and Star Wars experiments. Optimized system level performance on complex real-time distributed systems is the hallmark of his designs.
Greg retired from Boeing as an Associate Technical Fellow after 30 years of successful aerospace experience specializing in complex real-time system design, performance modeling and evaluation, and basic research for a wide variety of large scale embedded real-time distributed systems.
His subsequent CCS career includes successfully solving many complex real-time medical and avionics system design development challenges.
- Seattle University, BSEE, '65, minors in Math and Nuclear Physics
- Post graduate studies at MIT and FSU in digital signal processing and filtering
- Extensive formal systems engineering training from NASA and USAF
- Appointed Technical Fellow of the Washington Technology Center,
- Founding Technical Contributor to the Software Productivity Consortium
- Patented inventor (of both hardware and software) and published author
- Awarded 9th annual Simulation Symposium best paper by IEEE & ACM
Director, Business Development
Suzanne has over ten years of experience bringing pre-released software and hardware to market for the first time. Her career spans over twenty years focusing on marketing and consumer experiences. She has a proven record of success managing high-risk, complicated, large budget and high-profile projects. She has a proven track record of leading multi-disciplined teams to achieve award winning cohesive executions that are on time, and on budget.
- Bachelors of Communication/Advertising, University of Washington
- Executive Masters in Business Administration, University of Washington