United Sciences is bringing unique capabilities and disruptive innovation to bear across multiple industries that will increase the effectiveness, efficiency, and affordability of existing businesses while also creating new ones.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) September 21, 2015
United Sciences announced that Dr. Ray O. Johnson, former Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Lockheed Martin, has joined the Board of Directors of United Sciences, a leading innovator and manufacturer of 3D hole scanning and imaging solutions.
Johnson is a visionary leader in advanced technology, engineering, and operations. At the Fortune 100 Company, one of the world’s most successful aerospace, defense, security, and advanced technology companies in the world, he had functional responsibilities for Engineering and Technology, Production Operations, Global Supply Chain, Program Management, and Logistics and Sustainment. Johnson had more than 70,000 people working under him on more than 4,000 programs. His strategic leadership created significant value for the corporation during his 9-year tenure before his retirement earlier this year.
“United Sciences is bringing unique capabilities and disruptive innovation to bear across multiple industries that will increase the effectiveness, efficiency, and affordability of existing businesses while also creating new ones,” said Johnson. “I am excited to be part of their team where I will help them realize the exciting future that they are enabling.”
“Ray brings deep insight and experience into the technology and the strategic needs of our customers and we are thrilled to welcome Dr. Johnson to our team," said Sam Kellett, Jr., CEO of United Sciences. “We believe his strong experience building a global business across both developed and emerging markets will be extremely valuable as United Sciences continues to grow throughout multiple industries around the world.”
Dr. Johnson joins two other outside Board of Directors including Adam Clammer, former head of technology investing at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co., and Tom Harbin, founder of private equity firm Source Capital, LLC. Dr. Henrik Christensen, Distinguished Professor of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology and founding director of the Center for Robotics and Intelligent Machines, is also a key advisor to United Sciences.
About United Sciences
United Sciences, LLC is an innovator and manufacturer of precision 3D hole scanning and imaging solutions for targeted industries. United Sciences has developed highly disruptive technologies that overcome the technical challenges of existing 3D scanners that are only capable of measuring exterior surfaces. The patent protected in-ear scanner is the only mobile scanning technology that uses real-time imaging to obtain 3D measurements of the inner ear that can be used to create custom in-ear devices which applications include hearing aids, industrial hearing protection, custom headphones, and wearables. United Sciences’ scanning technology is also being applied to precision manufacturing industries, including the inspection and measurement of holes in airframe manufacturing and assembly. United Sciences provides hole scanners for non-contact measurement, diagnostics, and analytics, creating significant productivity and quality improvements. United Sciences is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia with customers and research partners around the world.