President and Chief Executive Officer, Alexandre Toutov, Ph.D.
Before founding I2M Systems Inc., Alexandre Toutov held multiple senior positions at Oracle Telecomputing Inc. (OTI), a leading Canadian provider of the ATM Systems and their components. As a Senior System Developer at Oracle, Dr. Toutov was leading a team of developers and other specialists to provide custom civil and military ATM systems around the world. Fluent in four languages, Dr. Toutov has a proven record of successful commissioned installations in North America, the Caribbean, Asia, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, and Africa. For leading the Transport Canada International Team (Canada, USA, Belgium, Russia) Dr. Toutov was honored with NASA’s “Turning Goals into Reality" award for, “outstanding contributions to Aircraft Vortex Spacing System (AVOSS) team” and, “for making exceptional progress toward revolutionizing aviation by increasing capacity while maintaining a high degree of safety”. Dr. Toutov received his Ph.D. in applied mathematics from Queen's University at Kingston, Canada.
Chief Technical Officer, Joseph Quinsey, Ph.D.
Dr. Quinsey brings to I2M Systems over 35 years of software development and signal processing experience. Dr. Quinsey began his career as a software engineer and partner at TEKIMA Systems, where he provided support for Canada's Department of National Defence (DND) Air Traffic Control System (TRACS). Working at Canadian Marconi Company, Dr. Quinsey provided a Systems Design for Mission Systems for the DND's EH-101 helicopter project. Dr. Quinsey led a team of developers for Nav Canada's Training Simulator and emulated a large portion of the CAATS FDP. He was a team leader on a two-year evaluation for Nav Canada of NASA's CTAS system's scheduling tool, including one year at NASA Ames Research Center, CA. Dr. Quinsey received his Bachelor degree (Double Honors in Pure and Applied Mathematics) from the University of Waterloo and Master's and Doctoral degrees (Mathematical Logic) from the University of Oxford.
Chief Scientific Advisor, Donald Bagwell, M.Sc.
Mr. Bagwell brings to I2M Systems over 30 years of experience in aviation research and development, having worked as a systems engineer at NASA’s Langley Research Center in Norfolk, Virginia. Don holds a single/multi-engine instrument/commercial pilot license and is currently working to complete CFI/CFII. Mr. Bagwell is also Chairman of the Youth Program, Tidewater Chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen Inc. and is co-chairman for the Aviation Advisory Committee, Elizabeth City State University.