CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Dan Yelverton is one of the founding partners of Aeronix and has been on the board of directors since the company began in 1985.
Mr. Yelverton has over 30 years of systems engineering and leadership experience in aerospace and government electronics research. He is an active senior systems hardware engineer participating in multiple space and tactical programs from concept development through field Integration. Focus areas have included tactical Information collection and display systems, as well as satellite command / control subsystems.
Prior to founding Aeronix, Mr. Yelverton was a Project Engineer at Harris Corporation Aerospace Division. At Harris he led development of the Navy's Satellite Payload Data Management Subsystem, the Hubble Telescope Fine Guidance Electronics, and the N-ROSS satellite tracking facility local area network. He was Principal Investigator for the Satellite Processing Technology IR&D on Fault Tolerant Processor and Data Transfer, and was also instrumental in the design of US Air Force Mil-Std-1553B LSI Chip Set, AGUSTA - A109/A129 Autopilot, Hubble Telescope Optical Telescope Assembly, Space Shuttle PCM Master Unit, and the Air Force B1 Electrical Multiplex System.
Mr. Yelverton received a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Mississippi State University.