Chairman - Martin Jay
Martin Jay CBE served as the Chairman of Invensys PLC from July 2003 to July 2009 and was Chairman of EADS U.K. until October 2006. He served as the Chief Executive Officer of VT Group PLC (Formerly Vosper Thornycroft Holding PLC) for thirteen years from 1989 to 2002 and then as Chairman until July 2005. Martin served as Group Managing Director of GEC Electronic Components and held a range of leadership positions at GEC.
Chief Executive Officer - Ian Macafee
As an engineer, Ian has considerable sales and commercial experience in the industrial and aero-derivative gas turbine world with his career beginning in Alstom and Rolls-Royce. In addition he brings understanding of the end customer requirements through his time at leading European utility RWE in asset development roles, and finally he joins Oxsensis from Alstom where he served as Business Development Director in the Steam Turbine Retrofit business.
Finance Director - Patrick Cohen
Patrick joined Oxsensis in early 2008 as Finance Director bringing a wealth of financial experience, especially in fast growth companies and start ups. Prior to Oxsensis Patrick spent 7 years with Irish based NTR plc and its majority owned UK based start up Greenstar UK. He joined NTR as it transformed itself from a local Irish based toll road company to an international renewable energy group with a value of €1 billion. In 2003 Patrick joined NTR’s newly acquired majority owned UK subsidiary Greenstar and over the next four years saw revenue grow from £1 million to £60 million.
Engineering Director - Conrad Langton
Conrad has 20 years experience in optics and materials, working with Oxsensis since 2008. Telecommunications background including Hewlett Packard and Infineon Technologies, with a track record of successful new product introductions and product management. Clean room processing and electronics development track record complements Oxsensis technology, scale up, and manufacture activities.
CEO, Ian Macafee, explains how the ATI helps Oxsensis bring harsh environment instrumentation for aeroengines and airframes to a sector that takes ten years to get entry into service for any new technology.