David W. Miller, Chief Executive Officer
Dave has over 17 years of experience in transportation sustainability and alternative fuels. In 1999, Dave co-founded Clean Air Technologies Inc., the first company to manufacture a “Portable Emissions Measurement System” (PEMS). Clean Air PEMS became the first EPA “Equipment Testing Verification” approved GHG system. Dave’s work has been featured on the Discovery Channel; co-author on five patents-pending, including: PEMS, Mobile Emission Reduction Credits, Measure Report Verify, Alternative Fuels and Technology evaluations. Dave is a Veteran who served in the Intel and Code breaking fields.
DavidMiller@3DATX.com, Ext. 202
Jodi Miller, Chief Operating Officer
Jodi was instrumental in helping to found 3DATX Corporation. She has over 20 years of human resource experience, and has an extensive background in paralegal, contracting, organizational, and administrative expertise. She has a deep background as an entrepreneur, having co-founded cognoGEN!X, Inc. a Buffalo, New York consulting firm, and managed the company since 2012. In her previous roles, she has provided overall organization management to improve client performance and to achieve mission and goals through strategic and performance planning, measurement, analysis, and regular progress assessment.
Jodi is responsible for managing 3DATX’s human, ﬁnancial, and other resources to achieve intended program results efficiently, economically, and effectively.
JodiMiller@3DATX.com, Ext. 205
Nolan Schmidt, Chief Financial Officer
A retired USMC Colonel and business executive with proven ability to lead international distributed teams in developing solutions to complex problems with constrained time and budgets. Nolan’s main focus is on program management, execution, and enabling teams to produce world class results. Previous experience includes executive leader (BAE Systems), Marine aviator/commander, Profit and Loss leadership (BAE Platform Solutions), International/US Defense, and non-profit boards (Jericho Project Veterans Advisory Board).
NolanSchmidt@3DATX.com, Ext. 201
Lawrence Mattison, Director, Product Development
Larry has over 25 years of professional experience in research engineering, product/materials development, imaging science, business management, product/materials development and technical consulting. He brings his experience in the development of innovative patented sensor products and an encompassing background as Electro-Optical Engineer and Program Manager in ‘Low Observables Technology’ programs for the U.S. Department of Defense and aerospace contractors. Larry is responsible for 3DATX product research and development, manufacturing practices/design, and implementation of test methodologies for lab and field measurement projects.
Andrew Burnette, Science Advisor
Andrew is a mechanical engineer with over 24 years of experience in the study of mobile source pollution and fuel efficiency. He is the founder of InfoWedge – a provider of in-use emissions measurement services and assistance in bringing new mobile source pollution control and fuel efficiency technologies to market. Andrew is also a co-author on four patents relevant to the exhaust pollution control industry.
R. E. (Ed) Lay, Director / Corporate Communications
Ed is currently Managing Partner of Emeritus International Group (Emeritus) headquartered in New York. Emeritus provides project finance and risk services to the global marketplace. Lay founded Emeritus in 1995 after spending over 20 years in senior executive management positions spanning both private and public / international companies. Lay is member of the 3DATX Corporation Board of Directors based in Buffalo, NY, is a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society, NA and has been an advisor to the University of Tennessee College of Arts and Sciences in various capacities since 1974.
EdLay@3DATX.com, Ext. 206
Glenn Goldstein, Director
Executive level leader and strategic advisor with experience in business growth and execution, regulatory compliance and public/private sector project development in the clean energy and environmental technologies arena. Co-founder of the emissions technology consulting firm Emisstar, where he was responsible for regularly advising and interfacing with key corporate decision makers on issues of air quality, emissions, clean vehicle strategies, compliance, alternative fuels, market growth and expansion, technology verification and regional and national environmental policy for stationary and mobile sources of pollution. Some of the major achievements under his leadership included: CARB certification of first heavy-duty all electric vehicle in U.S., the Smith Electric Class 7 Newton, EPA verification of the EcoCrane, the world’s first hybrid rubber tire gantry crane for port applications, Recruitment of technical team, acquiring $1M in portable emissions monitoring systems (PEMS) instrumentation, for creation of Emisstar Test Channel to provide laboratory grade emissions testing services to major OEM, governmental and private sector technology clients. Prior to forming Emisstar, Mr. Goldstein served as Program Director for NESCAUM, where he successfully managed and implemented 17 innovative renewable energy, alternative fuel, clean air technology and emission reduction projects in New York City, leveraging more than $11M in total public and private funding. Recipient of EPA Clean Air Excellence Award in 2002 and New York’s First Environmental Excellent Award in 2004 for this trailblazing work. Mr. Goldstein holds a S.M. in Environmental Science and Engineering from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.