CORRECT-AI ADDS SENIOR LEADER TO ITS OPERATIONS
Updated: May 13, 2021
May 5, 2021
Correct-AI has added new experienced leader to its senior management team.
Andrew Carroll has joined Correct-AI as the new Chief Operating Officer. He has a wealth of technical and management experience that will aid Correct-AI as it expands its market base.
“We are thrilled to have this talented and experienced leader join our team to help us expand the reach of our company,” said Siamak Akhlaghi, CEO. “We are confident he will help us achieve a leadership position in the development and marketing of safety systems for heavy-duty equipment on industrial worksites.”
Andrew Carroll is a Professional Engineer with extensive business management experience in the areas of Operations Management, Strategic Planning, and Corporate Services. He has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Calgary and an MBA from the Richard Ivey School at the University of Western Ontario. He started his career as a Production Engineer in the oil sands operations in Western Canada. In addition, he has held senior management positions in several fuel delivery, industrial service, and manufacturing businesses. His most recent executive role, prior to joining Correct-AI, was leading a team of engineers at a micro-nanotechnology product development company. His broad experience managing Corporate Services groups, including engineering and quality control, fleet and transportation, procurement, warehousing, and project management will be invaluable to Correct-AI as we continue to expand.
Correct- AI’s PROX-EYE™ Visual Guidance System assists heavy-equipment operators to increase safety and efficiency by allowing them to view the area around their equipment, to detect and identify potential hazards in their working area, to minimizing false-positives, and to warn of potential roll-over risks.
Correct-AI has begun to grow its team of talented individuals to better meet the ever-growing need for the Company’s state-of-the-art products.
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