Sensis Appoints Mike Gerry and Ken Kaminski Vice Presidents

Sensis Corporation has announced the promotion of Mike Gerry to vice president of Air Traffic Systems Products and Programs and Ken Kaminski to vice president of Advanced Development.
Previously, Gerry was director of domestic business development for Air Traffic Systems, which is responsible for product development and execution of programs supporting air navigation service providers, airports and airline customers around the world. Over the last 12 years, Gerry has served in a number of engineering, research and development and technical leadership positions within Sensis. Previously he was an application engineer at a diversified manufacturing company. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree with a distinction in electrical engineering from the University of Delaware, and a Master of Science degree and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from The Ohio State University. Kaminski has led several research and development and product development initiatives since joining Sensis in 2003. He currently leads the Advanced Development business area, which is focused on advanced technology and product concept developments related to the air traffic management and defense technology divisions of Sensis. Prior to joining Sensis, Kaminski held various engineering and management positions at a global defense and information technology company. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Lehigh University and a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering from Syracuse University. During their careers at Sensis, Ken and Mike have made a significant impact on the company and our customers, said Jud Gostin, president and chief executive officer of Sensis Corporation. Ken and Mike will continue to play critical roles in our development and delivery of innovative products and solutions that improve human safety, security and health.
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