Paul Weiss is General Manager of Auspace. As an experienced information technology and communication systems executive, Paul has been the merger and acquisition and change management principal in a series of successfully divested ventures, following his early career with IBM.
He is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and holds a Master of Business Administration and an engineering Degree in Electrical and Computer Systems.
He is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has contributed to a number of boards, both in managing director capacity and also not for profits.
Dr Paul Grosser is the CTO of Auspace. Possessing an extensive background in telecommunications, computer networks and protocols, software engineering, and project management, he has over recent years been focused on vehicle tracking and remote asset monitoring.
Paul is a graduate of the University of South Australia. Amongst his qualifications he holds a PhD in Satellite Telecommunications, a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Systems Engineering, and a Diploma in Project Management.
A decade long member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), he keeps a keen eye over the latest developments of the Computer and Communications Societies.
Engineering and Operations Manager
Dr Ben Hale is the Engineering and Operations Manager of Auspace. With 15 years international experience in the mobile satellite communications industry, he has an extensive background in systems and protocol engineering and been a significant contributor to the design of several of Inmarsat’s global satellite services.
He is a Prince2 Practitioner with a Masters Certificate in Project Management from George Washington University, holding a PhD in Satellite Telecommunications and Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Systems Engineering from the University of South Australia.
Extending from his roots as an R&D Engineer he likes to keep a close watch on the developments in the realms of Artificial Intelligence and Control Systems and in particular, their application to vehicle monitoring and communications protocols.