Technology management team has over 50 years experience in marketing, sales,
management, and technical product development.
|Kathy Mutch - President and Chief
As the President and Chief Technical Officer of Qameleon Technology, Dr. Mutch is
responsible for building cutting-edge software for wireless
monitoring and control. She brings over 25 years of experience in leading
software development efforts. Prior to co-founding Qameleon Technology, Dr.
Mutch was responsible for software development on several programs at Motorola
including automated embedded test software for GPS handsets, electronic mapping
and user interfaces for mobile units, and embedded training for image analysts.
Prior to Motorola, Kathy managed the Artificial Intelligence group at McDonnell
Douglas Helicopter Company. She was an Assistant Professor of Computer Science
at Arizona State University where she taught classes
and performed research in artificial intelligence. She has published numerous papers in Computer
Science. Dr Mutch received her BS degree in Biology from Viterbo University in La
Crosse, Wisconsin, and her MS and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from the
University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.
Rich Madarasz -
As the CEO of Qameleon Technology, Dr. Madarasz is responsible for
establishing Qameleon as a leading provider of products for wireless
monitoring and control. With over 25 years of management experience, Dr.
Madarasz brings a deep understanding of the automation industry as well as product
strategy, product development, industrial systems, and general management. Prior
to co-founding Qameleon Technology, Rich served as a project manager
with the Space and Systems Technology Group at Motorola where he was responsible
for commercial network security products. Prior to Motorola, Rich managed the
Automation and Systems Integration Group at Allied Signal Aerospace Company,
where his group developed applications that
substantially increased productivity of the aircraft engine production plant. He
was an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Arizona State
University where where he taught classes and performed research
in robotics and automation. Dr. Madarasz received his BS degree in Manufacturing Engineering Technology from
Arizona State University, and his MS and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from
the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.