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George W. "GW" Estep II - President and CEO
Mr. Estep has over 22 years of simulation software and business development experience. He also has in-depth knowledge of Internet software technologies gained through his time as Chief Technical Officer at Riva Technologies. GW gained much of his simulation experience in the Flight Simulation Laboratory at Lockheed Martin (formerly General Dynamics). Mr. Estep received a Computer Science degree from Louisiana Tech University in 1988.

Frederick B. Fleury - Chief Operating Officer
Mr. Fleury joined the company in 2001 with experience as an Information Technology and simulation management executive. He has over 25 years of experience in the management and architecture of simulation and computer integration projects. In 1993, Fred co-founded and developed an IT solutions company that was awarded two years on the INC 500 fastest growing companies list. He provided project management to advanced concepts within the Lockheed Martin Flight Simulation Laboratory from 1985 to 1993. Mr. Fleury received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Texas A&M University in 1985 and a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Sam Houston State University.

Rob Hatcherson - Chief Software Architect
Mr. Hatcherson has over 29 years of software design and development experience, and currently is ZedaSoft's chief software architect. He most recently led the team that designed and implemented the Container-Based Architecture used in most of ZedaSoft's simulation projects. Rob spent 13 years at the Lockheed-Martin (formerly General Dynamics) Flight Simulation Laboratory developing airframe, avionics and environment models, followed by nine years in the business sector designing object-oriented application architectures and implementing them with Objective-C, C++, and Java. One of Rob's primary interests is finding innovative ways to bring seemingly incompatible technologies together to solve problems, and he's spent the last several years looking for ways to apply design approaches and technology from the business sector to the real-time simulation problem domain. Rob received a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace and Ocean Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in 1981.