Overview

ATLAS Space Operations, Inc. is global network of commercially available satellite communications ground stations with a proprietary data management platform, ATLAS Freedom, and a scalable proprietary satellite ground station technology, called ATLAS LINKS. ATLAS Freedom bridges the gap between the space data collector and the space data consumer. ATLAS LINKS is a revolutionary antenna technology system for communicating with satellites that is one-fifth the cost and has 4x the revenue potential of the traditional options. To date, ATLAS has closed $5M in contracts, the largest with the US Government. ATLAS in the process of creating a global ground-based antenna network and positioning to become the leader in satellite communication services. ATLAS’s founding team have spent the majority of their careers in the space and satellite field. Their professional network and experience in satellite operations give ATLAS a unique edge and credibility within their customer base.

Team

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Casey Cowell

Executive Chairman of the Board

Casey Cowell is the former Chairman and CEO of U.S. Robotics, Inc. (“USR”), positions he held throughout the company’s history culminating in its merger into 3COM Corporation. A $200 post-college start-up, U.S. Robotics became the world’s largest manufacturer of modems and related products that connected computers to the global telephone network. In addition to a broad array of other products and technologies, USR also brought to market the Palm Pilot, the first highly successful handheld organizer. USR distinguished itself by designing and manufacturing all of its products in its own factories in the US in a period when US companies were focused on moving offshore. Its revenues grew from $50 million in 1990, the year before it went public, to $2.5 billion in 1997. Casey is an active investor, advisor and board member in a broad range of companies with an emphasis on start-ups and early stage. He is engaged in many civic and philanthropic efforts and organizations with emphasis on upper Michigan and Traverse City.

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Sean McDaniel

CEO and President

Sean began his career in the aerospace industry by enlisting in the United States Air Force in 1993. In 1997 Sean was commissioned as an officer in the USAF through the ROTC program at Michigan State University, where he earned a BS in Mathematics. Sean served as a Space Launch Officer and a Space Flight Test Manager. He holds a MS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Colorado – Boulder, with an emphasis on Space Flight Dynamics. In 2004, Sean worked for the Northrop Grumman Corp in design, test, and operations one of the most complex space-based optical infrared sensor systems ever launched and operated on orbit. He also worked as Senior System Test Manager of Northrop’s Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Division.

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Mark Malosh

Chief Operating Officer

Prior to joining ATLAS, Mark, was a founding member of the technical team at Gogo Inflight, Inc., the world’s leading in-flight communications provider. Serving as Senior Vice President, Mark was responsible for the delivery of technical product and services for both domestic and international airlines. Mark also managed technical operations for GoGo’s national wireless network and infrastructure along with aircraft engineering and supply chain, as well as installation, service, and maintenance of equipment for more than 3,000 commercial aircraft. Mark holds degrees in Electrical Engineering, with a Bachelor of Science from Michigan Technological University, and a Master of Science from the University of Illinois- Chicago; and he holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago. His experience within the communications industry includes technical oversight and leadership of RF and Network engineering, operations, data centers, as well as field operations and deployment, supply chain and logistics.

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Brad Bode

Chief Technology and Chief Innovation Officer

Brad joined TRW (now Northrop Grumman) after graduating with an MS in Computer Science from Northern Illinois University in 2001 and quickly gravitated to R&D. He developed the prototype for a Measures and Signals Intelligence web portal for sharing and delivering content across the classified internet, and created the Pervasive Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance platform, successfully coordinating various classified government sensors. Critical to ATLAS’s success, Brad created a Mission Management Platform for building and maintaining satellite to ground communication schedules which was used on a high-profile Missile Defense Agency program to replace software that was a thousand times more expensive, leading to his product being used within a Northrop Grumman Product Line.

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Mike Cary

Chief Strategy Officer

General Mike Carey brings over three decades of relevant experience in satellite and space-related operations to shape ATLAS’s future through strategy development, business planning and market engagement. The former CEO of AAC Microtec North America, Inc, General Carey brings fresh market insight to the small satellite industry. As an experienced veteran from the Air Force Satellite Control Network, the Eastern, Western test ranges and founder of the Space Test and Training Range, General Carey has a comprehensive technical and political appreciation of American technical prowess in space C2 markets.

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Joe Winowecki

Chief Financial Officer

Joe Winowiecki is a 30-year finance and business executive with demonstrated success in helping companies achieve high growth and profitability. Joe is a strong finance professional skilled in: Accounting Principles, Policies, Systems and Procedures; Treasury Management; Human Resources; Strategic Planning; Business Development; Business Process Improvement; and Mergers and Acquisitions. Prior to joining the ATLAS team, Joe served as CFO of Versus Technology, Inc. where as a key member of the leadership team, he helped lead this healthcare automation company through double-digit growth and profitability and ultimately the sale of the company. Joe’s experience includes ownership of four other companies and negotiation/integration of several acquisitions and mergers. Joe’s education includes a Bachelor of Arts in Finance and Accounting from Michigan State University and a Master of Business Administration in Accountancy and Taxation from DePaul University. Joe earned his CPA designation in 1989.

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Michael Rendine

Vice President and Founder

Mike entered the US Air Force after graduation from Rutgers University, School of Engineering. His initial Air Force assignment required the flight-testing of equipment in combat conditions, and he received a Bronze Star (V) and Air Medal for his service during Tet and the siege of Khe Sanh. His subsequent assignments included development and test of the F-15 and F-16 fighter aircraft and AIM-9 air-to-air missile. During both Reagan Administrations he served as a project manager in the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization (SDIO). He retired as a full colonel and joined the Brilliant Pebbles program at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. He subsequently served as the Vice President of Army launch vehicles at Orbital Sciences, Chandler AZ before founding Assured Space Access Technologies (ASAT), First Shot Cycle Parts, and ATLAS Space Operations, Inc.

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