Vice President, NextGen Air Transportation System
Mr. Kefaliotis leads ITT’s business development activities in the air traffic control arena. His duties include strategic planning for this important ITT business area, identifying and bringing to the Defense Headquarters level those initiatives requiring a companywide focus, coordinating division level ATC business development activities, and leading company level pursuit initiatives. His most recent activity was the leading of ITT’s successful ADS-B proposal effort. He is currently serving as ITT’s ADS-B Program Director with overall responsibility for this vital NextGen initiative.
Mr. Kefaliotis has 41 years of experience in the air traffic control arena. From 1970 to 1983 Mr. Kefaliotis was an FAA employee serving as an air traffic controller, an air traffic control facility staff specialist, a supervisor and manager in air traffic control facilities, and as an air traffic control research and development program project manager. Mr. Kefaliotis has both terminal and en route experience serving in the Oakland and Chicago Air Route Traffic Control Centers and in the Cleveland Air Traffic Control Tower. From 1983 until the present Mr. Kefaliotis has served as an engineer and executive level employee with Stanford Telecommunications, Inc. and subsequently, after purchase by ITT of Stanford Telecom, with ITT Corporation focusing on ATC system engineering and development activities.
Mr. Kefaliotis served 7 years in the U.S. Navy. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics and Masters’ Degrees in Transportation Engineering and Computer Science.
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