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Key Resumes

Jeffrey E. Kline -

Terrence Schmidt -

Mark Del Giorno -

Mr. Kline is a registered PE and has 35 years of engineering and program management experience in maritime system and technology development. As Navatek Ltd.’s Vice President of Maritime  Systems  he directed the capture and development of the LCS ASW USV, the T-CRAFT and UHAC connectors and the drop-stitch CRRC. Prior to joining Navatek he was a Technical Director and Program Manager at Lockheed Martin on sea-basing and littoral combat ships, oceanographic research vessels, unmanned surface vessels, and off-shore crew and pilot boats. Mr. Kline received his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute, his Master’s in Mechanical Engineering from Catholic University, and his MBA from Loyola University. Mr. Kline also successfully completed the Defense Systems Management College Executive Program Management Course at Fort Belvoir, Virginia.


Mr. Schmidt has 31 years in advanced ship design at Lockheed Martin, where he received fourteen U.S. patents and was awarded the Robert E. Gross award, Lockheed Martin’s highest technical honor following his work on the Navy stealth ship Sea Shadow. He has led the development of advanced ship designs including Sea Shadow, Navatek II, SLICE, Midfoil, lifting bodies, large ocean platforms, advanced propulsion systems, T-Craft and UHAC. Mr. Schmidt earned his B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering at California State Polytechnic University and a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering at San Jose State University, subsequently conducting wind tunnel testing for six years for NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, CA.


Mr. Del Giorno is an internationally-recognized expert in autonomous systems architecture development and implementation with 32 years’ experience. In 1990 he was a founding principal in Robotic Systems Technology, which was acquired by General Dynamics Robotic Systems (GDRS) in 1999 where he served as Vice President of Engineering and later Chief Scientist.  He has provided technical direction to the Army’s toughest ground-based autonomy programs – including the $400M Autonomous Navigation System.  Mr. Del Giorno also led the software development and implementation team on DARPA’s Modular Sea Depot program – implementing autonomous navigation and docking functions.  Mr. Del Giorno received his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Delaware, and his Master’s in Manufacturing Systems Engineering from Lehigh University.