SpotterRF Announces the Appointment of James Hunt from the Mita Group to its Board of Directors

SpotterRF announced today that James Hunt of the Mita Group has accepted a position on its Board of Directors.

A seasoned veteran of the technology industry, Mr. Hunt has founded and run four successful technology companies over the past twenty years. Mr. Hunt founded and served as President and CEO of Ernst & Young Technologies, Inc., leading it to $75 million in profitable sales after just three years of operation. He then orchestrated the sale of EYT in late 2000 to Cap Gemini and served as President of the newly created Cap Gemini Technologies. In addition to Hunt’s primary responsibilities as a line executive, he has helped launch and advise over a dozen companies in the high technology sector, with particular focus on software for federal and commercial markets.

“Jim, will be a great addition to our team. With his deep industry experience we will be better able to provide the kind of products that can help save the lives of our warfighters,” said Logan Harris, SpotterRF’s CEO.

SpotterRF is the manufacturer of the M600C, the world’s smallest wide area surveillance radar. The radar provides 148 acres of all-weather coverage while weighing only 3.5 lbs and consuming a mere 10 watts of power. Until recently, radar surveillance has only been available in large force protection systems such as the BETSS-C or G-BOSS. Now, with the M600C deployed in a remote combat outpost or firebase, warfighters will have the advantage of detecting threats out to 1km away, night or day, and in all types of weather.

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