Veteran-owned BCTL Company provides remote, near-real time oversight of field level mapping, data collection and reporting operations for safe geolocation of unexploded ordnance and other objects of concern.
Tampa, FL (PRWEB) April 19, 2017
BCTL Co., makers of the M.Y.S.T.I.C.™ (Munitions Yoking Software Technological Information Core), has announced its executive team.
John Matta, a six-year veteran U.S. Navy diver with four years in Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) support, has been named president of BCTL Co. He has spent the past five years developing the UXO/MEC (unexploded ordnance/munitions and explosives of concern) M.Y.S.T.I.C.™ program. His background includes 35 years in sales, management and product marketing and seven years as president of the Battlefield Clearance Team Company, serving the UXO/MEC community.
Phil Knobel, a 27-year U.S. Navy veteran and Deep Sea Diver, has been tapped for the vice-presidential role at BCTL Co. He spent five years in counterterrorism and counterproliferation project management and two years in the Department of Defense’s Special Operations Platform/Field training. Mr. Knobel is a Certified Master Training Specialist with 17 years of global EOD support. He too worked on developing the M.Y.S.T.I.C.™ program for the past four years.
Davin Strang, a 24-year U.S. Navy veteran, will serve as director of operations for BCTL Co. While in the Navy, he was a Deep Sea Diver and Certified Master Training Specialist with 16 years of global EOD support experience. He served for four years as a Navy EOD lead diving instructor and three years in the Department of Defense’s Special Operations Mission Planning. He has worked with the M.Y.S.T.I.C.™ development team for the past year.
Dena Bramhall, a specialist in cyber security solutions, is the director of information technology at BCTL Co. She has 14 years of experience in engineering, development, bid and proposal, and program leadership in cyber security. She is a certified Six Sigma specialist who has spent 15 years developing cyber security, DevOps and SCRUM-based development solutions and 15 years creating and instructing academic and corporate courseware. Ms. Bramhall has been on the M.Y.S.T.I.C.™ development team for three years.
M.Y.S.T.I.C.™ is a totally new and unique way to acquire, compile, transmit and track field data. M.Y.S.T.I.C.™ digitizes the tracking and reporting of UXO/MEC EOD information by streaming the collection and dissemination of ordnance data.
About Battlefield Clearance Team Licensing Company
Battlefield Clearance Team Licensing Company (BCTL Co.) is globally engaged in supporting its customers’ missions: safe geolocation of unexploded ordnance and other specified objects of concern, rending the area of operations safer from serious injury or loss of life. A veteran-owned small business, the company was founded in 2010 in Tampa, FL, and has satellite offices in California, Colorado, Washington and Virginia. BCTL Co. focus is on delivering geospatial data-based field level reporting in near real-time to its customers. Using the M.Y.S.T.I.C.™ mapping and reporting tool, BCTL Co. provides remote, near real-time oversight of field level mapping, data collection and reporting operations, enhancing accuracy, safety and transparency at all levels. The company’s products serve two distinct consumers, The Department of Defense and commercial sectors, to reduce costs, resources and time, as well as fraud, waste and abuse. Visit http://www.bctluxo.com for more information.