Scott is an Australian engineer, who brings almost three decades worth of international consulting and leadership experience to the Ocean Aero team. As the Director of Engineering, he is responsible for all aspects of technical and engineering aspects for the development of Ocean Aero’s UUSV, the Submaran. Prior to joining Ocean Aero, Scott was a consulting partner for Aerohydroplus, where he was the principal CFD consultant and responsible for numerous projects related to CFD, and wind noise and vortex structures for vehicles. Scott worked for Twelve Metre Research, a personal private entity, for 25 years, to explore emerging technologies for commercial opportunities and development. As the consultanting technologist and futurist, he assembled teams and instigated the transition from an emerging technology in a wide range of fields into a commercialized business for others.

Scott has also served as the CEO of C8 Pty., Ltd., an Australian and New Zealand Distributor for a French Medical Product. He utilized his extensive team-building skills to nationally build both brand and retail awareness, as well as develop and manage a diverse team of trainers, sales personnel, marketers, installers, service engineers and administrators.

Scott’s keen sense of business aided him while at SC Medical Services Pty. Ltd., where he started as the general manager and grew the company to the third largest Biomedical Engineering company in Australia, before becoming partner. He is one of four co-founders of Vibro Acoustic Services that participated in strategic planning, innovation and development of the company. Scott was integral in the negotiation of the sale of the company in 2001.
 
Scott is an exceptional leader, who is not only great at identifying opportunities in emerging technologies, trends and markets, but also in assembling, motivating and inspiring teams.

Education

BE, Aeronautical Engineering, University of New South Wales

MS, Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

EAA, Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology