Meet the visionaries at Archangel Systems
The management team at Archangel Systems has a combined industry experience of over 130 years. Under its leadership, Archangel has grown from "one man and his computer" to a sophisticated producer of inertial-sensing technology. Read below to meet some of the managers who have helped to move Archangel Systems forward.
As Chairman and CEO of Archangel Systems, Dr. Michael Greene oversees the strategic planning for Archangel. In that capacity, he directs the management team in the implementation of strategies that will enhance the company's competitive position as one of the leading developers of Inertial Sensing Technology in the world. Michael founded the company in 1992 to develop advanced instrumentation systems for the aerospace sector.
Michael holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Rice University. He was a Professor in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Auburn University for over 20 years and has published over 100 technical papers. He is a Senior Member of IEEE (Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers) and Life AdCom member of the Industrial Electronics Society. He is also an instrument rated pilot. When he is not flying his Malibu Mirage, Michael enjoys snow skiing and historic preservation.
Katherine (Kitty) Greene is President and CFO of Archangel Systems. Responsible for contract management, accounting, export control, and human resources, Kitty has been with the company since March 1996. Before working at Archangel Systems, Kitty was a Professor in the Psychology & Education Departments at Auburn University. She also has over 10 years of experience managing various programs and research projects for the State of Alabama.
Kitty holds a doctorate degree in Experimental Psychology from the University of Alabama. When she is not working, Kitty spends her time traveling, gardening, cooking, exercising, and restoring her 100+ year old house.
Bill’s focus is expanding Archangel’s market position through product sales, customer support and funded research. With an Auburn University Master's degree in Electrical Engineering and 30 technical publications, Bill joined Archangel Systems in 2005 as Associate Director of Engineering. In 2010, he transitioned to his current position leading Archangel’s business development and customer support teams.
"My work is driven by a single concept: Archangel Systems is the Sensing System Division of your company. We work as one with your staff to ensure the best possible solution to meet your requirements and budgets. This partnership encompasses engineering, installation, procurement, quality and support. It begins at the earliest stages of development and runs across your program’s lifetime. In short, when you succeed, we succeed."
As Director of Engineering, Victor Trent has the pleasure of working closely with over 25 extremely talented engineering professionals and being part of the management team at Archangel Systems. Victor, who has an M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering is actively involved in several exciting projects at Archangel: projects that include Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) sensor development, Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) hardware and software development (commercial and military applications), IMU/GPS interfacing, as well as IMU development and implementation for automotive systems. Additionally, Victor is interested in the development of evolutionary algorithms for optimal state estimation.
Bob joined Archangel Systems in September 2008, bringing 34+ years of experience in avionics repair and installations. He is responsible for all new unit production; all units returned from the field for service; test fixture and cabling development and maintenance; new product proto-type build and assembly; circuit board build, test, & process control; FAA Repair Station development and management; and maintenance of all production ISO9001 documents. Leveraging his directing and technical skills, Bob and his team of technicians also assist the engineering team in testing of existing or new product designs and certification testing.
Bob started his career with four years of service in the United States Air Force maintaining Doppler / Inertial Navigations systems installed in Boeing 707 airframes and performing bench repairs. He then spent 10 years maintaining Weather Radar, Auto Flight, Communication, and Navigation systems at Cessna Service Facility, supporting everything from single engine to light jet aircraft. After his time at Cessna, Bob enjoyed 15 years of self employment providing avionics and systems (e.g., engine, fuel, hydraulic, flight control, and pneumatic) installations to builders of experimental class aircraft.