STARKVILLE, MS – 20 April 2016 – Camgian founder, chairman and CEO Gary Butler has been named chair of Vanderbilt University School of Engineering’s Board of Visitors (BoV). The appointment was announced at the April 15th BoV meeting. The BoV was established in March 2013 and its board members serve as advisers to the dean and senior staff. Their role is to provide advice, foster the achievement of excellence in all aspects of the school, review and support strategic plans, and assist in developing beneficial relationships with industry, government, and other academic institutions.
Butler is a 1994 graduate of Vanderbilt University with a master’s degree in mechanical engineering.
After graduating from Vanderbilt, Butler went on to receive his doctoral degree from the University of Cambridge.
Camgian is a recognized leader in developing advanced sensing and information processing technologies that deliver real-time, actionable intelligence. Leveraging innovations in the areas of multi-sensor signal processing, data analytics and information fusion, Camgian is pioneering a new generation of decision support capabilities that address key needs in the military, government and industrial markets.
Camgian has been named by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing private companies in the US, Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the most entrepreneurial companies in America, The Silicon Review as one of the top 50 fastest growing technology companies, CIO Review as one of the top 50 most promising companies in IoT and Compass Intelligence as one of the world’s top companies in IoT innovation and execution. Moreover, ABI Research featured Camgian in their 2015 Hot Tech Innovators report, which identified the company as one of the world’s top tech start-ups.
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