Board of Directors
Tod S. Levitt, Ph.D., Chairman and CEO
Dr. Levitt founded Information Extraction & Transport, Inc. (IET) in September 1991, aiming to achieve large-scale, breakthrough technology development of automated systems supporting scientific discovery. IET delivers products and services that manage uncertainty to add bottom-line value in enterprise computing across business, defense and engineering industries. IET brings together a world-class team of technologists with a shared technology vision that produce best-of-breed tools and state of the art solutions for dynamic inference and decision making.
Dr. Levitt is a co-founder and member of the Board of Directors of the Association for Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence. He received his Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Minnesota.
Douglas Hart, Member
Mr. Douglas Hart formed Cyberneutics in 1999. Cyberneutics is an information technology and policy consultancy that provides services to corporate and government clients in the areas of business development, strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, studies and analysis, and software applications development. Cyberneutics clients include General Dynamics, BAE Systems, Raytheon, Booz-Allen and Hamilton, the Veridian Corporation, NATO, the Department of Justice, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the U.S. Armed Services, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
Prior to founding Cyberneutics, Mr. Hart was Vice President for Intelligence and Targeting Applications at Pacific-Sierra Research Corp. where he specialized in the development of automated C4ISR and fire support systems. For two decades Mr. Hart assembled and led teams of military specialists, software engineers, and applied mathematicians in developing large and complex data correlation and fusion systems from requirements generation through testing, installation, training, and transition to operational environments in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Mission applications included indications and warning, intelligence preparation of the battlespace, mobile target tracking, and image processing. During his tenure at Pacific-Sierra Research, Mr. Hart also led analytical programs on internet-based warning of nuclear, chemical, and biological proliferation and cyber attack; military space applications; information warfare; transnational crime and asymmetric threats; the revolution in military affairs; mobile ballistic and cruise missiles; mobile targeting; and nuclear logistics.