Gregor Bleimann, VP and General Manager
Gregor brings more than 25 years of experience in wireless hardware and services to his role as VP and General Manager of Connected Development. An engineer by training, Bleimann has worked in product management, business development and sales, as well as executive leadership for some of the industry’s biggest names. He established his own MVNO, Jazz Wireless Data, which was acquired by Kore Telematics in 2014. Most recently, Bleimann served as Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer for Telit IoT Connectivity.
Dave Hoover, VP of Advanced Technology
With nine US patents to his name and over 25 years of experience in the wireless industry, Dave Hoover has the development experience to make your project a success. He has successfully brought many M2M and cellular phone projects to market while managing large projects and working with engineering teams across the globe. He can adapt to your tools and processes, or implement known best practices to deliver your project on time, on spec and on budget.
tim bodnarchuk, director of hardware development
Tim brings over 30 years of experience as an electrical engineer and engineering manager. During that time, he has gained extensive experience in wireless communications, low power design and high-volume manufacturing. Since joining Connected Development in 2011 he has led the design effort for diverse M2M & IoT devices in industrial, agricultural, medical, consumer and wearable sectors. Prior to joining Connected Development, he spent 15 years at Ericsson leading multi-national design teams in the development of cell phone electronics.
scott fowler, director of product management
As Connected Development’s Director of Project Management, Scott Fowler utilizes his 25 years of mobile device development experience that spans across all of the project phases. Scott has a passion for all things wireless and an attention to detail that leads to client confidence and assurance that your product vision can be realized. Scott’s strong engineering background comes from working at some of the leading wireless companies including Motorola, Nokia, and Sony Ericsson.