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Chief Technology Officer, Curtiss-Wright
Paul Hart joined Curtiss-Wright/Penny & Giles in 1982 as a student electronics design engineer and has held several Engineering and Business Development positions in the fields of flight recorder design, flight data replay and analysis, avionics certification, and aircraft performance software since graduating in 1987. In 2000, he moved to Thales Avionics in London for three years, working as product manager for Military Helicopter Flight and Mission Management Systems. After Thales, he moved to Smiths Aerospace (now GE Aviation) as project manager for engine sensors on the F-35B Joint Strike Fighter. He subsequently headed Mission Systems for Cobham Aviation Services/FR Aviation for seven years, being the single point of accountability for development and operational readiness of the Electronic Warfare and Towed Target suite on a fleet of 15 Falcon 20 aircraft delivering more than 3,300 sorties per year, including 20+ overseas RAF, RN, and NATO detachments. In 2011 he rejoined Curtiss-Wright as director of Avionics Engineering and was promoted in 2013 to Chief Technology Officer for the Avionics & Electronics group, appointed as a Curtiss-Wright Technical Fellow in 2015.
Chief Strategy Officer
Gareth Noyes is responsible for overseeing Wind River® corporate strategy and leading the Chief Technology Office. Charged with developing the company’s long-term technology vision, he has Wind River positioned to address the evolving market landscape and disruptive forces such as the Internet of Things, the virtualization of the network, and the transition to a software-defined world. He joined the company in January 1999 and has held roles in various areas, including engineering, product management, business development, and strategic alliances. He also led the acquisition of Wind River by Intel in 2009, as well as the acquisition of Wind River by TPG from Intel in 2018.
Prior to joining Wind River, he was a research scientist working at various European laboratories and universities, where he developed expertise in complex embedded control and data acquisition systems. He holds a Ph.D. in high-energy particle physics from the University of Birmingham (U.K.) and a B.Sc. in physics from Royal Holloway at the University of London.
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