ACEINNA Names Michael Murray as Executive Vice President

October 30, 2019 ACEINNA

Andover, Massachusetts- October 10, 2019-- ACEINNA ( today announced that Michael Murray has been named as the company's Executive Vice President, responsible for developing and managing sales and marketing strategies for the autonomous markets and customers.

Mr. Murray has over 20 years of highly successful experience in technology sales and marketing management including senior leadership roles at Blackridge Technology, TDK and Analog Devices where he led their high performance sensing product lines and Industrial IoT business segments.

Mr. Murray earned an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management, Bachelor's Degree in Management from Northeastern University, as well as an EE Degree from George Brown College, in Toronto, Canada.

Mr. Murray previously served as a board member of IoT Impact Labs, the WiSun Alliance, the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) and SEMI Organization. He is a frequent speaker on Internet of Things related topics, and an active participant in the Global Connect Initiative (GCI) sponsored by the previous White House administration.

Mr. Murray says, "My goal is to create a dynamic, innovative and fun environment for our employees so we can drive high performance sensing systems throughout the market with complete software and algorithm support that is open sourced and ubiquitous."

He added that "I believe ACEINNA is the innovative leader in shaping the worldwide GPS, GNSS and RTK markets with our unique open source IMU strategy. This strategy, coupled with our highly talented team, will provide us a very bright future for employees, shareholders and customers."

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