Michael Weaver - Principal, Consultant
Mr. Weaver is a veteran business and marketing consultant who has worked with companies of all sizes in virtually all segments of the high tech industry. He has been shaping the direction of companies, products, services, executive careers and markets for nearly two decades. Mr. Weaver brings to the company is Business-to-business development on a global platform, Strategic Planning, Product Implementation, digital brand strategy, HCI/UI/UX Development, and Web Design as well as System Design and integrations, Unix Network Administration and Network Security
Among his strengths, Mr. Weaver possesses a proven track record in implementation of advanced proprietary cryptography to existing infrastructures. His experience in the Information Systems Industry offers Globalogix quantum level security where his extensive background in Cryptography and Information Security, placed him in demand to conduct security audits and consulting for growing businesses, organizations and government facilities. His continued work enables him to expand security awareness to new heights.
Mr. Weaver balances his visionary development skills with his background in Behavior Psychology which combined with the team of Globalogix equates to a solid business model. Prior to Globalogix Mr. Weaver has preformed due diligence efforts for mergers and acquisitions, development of business strategies for new technology ventures, online services, and wireless broadband ISP services. He has contracted with the top 100 e-commerce companies, the top 5 electronic manufacturing and distribution companies, and other Fortune 100 companies such as Avnet, Investor Broadcast Network, SkyMall, Pets.com, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, AMD, CNBC, FRB, Safeguard Scientifics, Motorola, Aramco, Sprint and US Bank.
Most recently Mr. Weaver co-developed a patented (#61/404,639)
Geo-Spatial 3D Mapping and Positions System for Archosa that defines an 3D mapping surface containing an approximation region in air space; capturing a sequence of depth maps over distance and time of of the aircraft in relation to its geo-spatial position, combinatorial networks and geometric network spacing; processing the depth maps in order to detect a direction and speed of movement of the aircraft as the aircraft passes through the triangulated area; and communicating this aircraft's position responsively to the detected direction and speed in relationship to other aircraft's, communication towers and satellite positioning.