West Hempstead, NY
MATTHEW H. MARCELLA
Specialist in the management of Big Data Analysis and Machine Learning systems for Aviation, Financial and commercial projects, with unusually broad responsibilities embracing project management, Machine Learning for Predictive Flight Trajectories, analytical algorithms, technical and entrepreneurial leadership; currently serving as Senior VP of Software Development for Passur Aerospace. Prior to Passur Aerospace, served as Chief Architect of a multi-tiered, scalable, and distributed Web Platform capable of processing large volumes of transactions in a heterogeneous environment (Linux, Windows, iOS, Mobile).
AVIATION ANALYTICS FOR AIRLINES AND AIRPORTS
Led the development of the industry leading Aircraft Trajectories and Estimated Time of Arrival Predictions, critical for efficient Airline Operations. The products uses our advanced Big Data processing platform and pattern recognition to accurately assess real time conditions and measurements and compare against a huge database of historical performance under similar conditions.
Managed the creation of an automated Diversion Avoidance system for airlines for avoiding costly and disruptive diversions of aircraft. The system gave analytical insights to Airlines Operations personnel for situational awareness, especially during Irregular Ops periods caused by weather or congestion in crowded airspace.
Technical Leadership in the creation of an Airport Collaborative Slot Management Program used by airports to fairly distribute limited departures during inclement weather or restricted runway operations.
Architect of a sophistication Flight Tracking and Analytics platform for Situational Awareness for Airlines and Airports. System uses State of the Art hardware accelerated graphics for fast and responsive display of an immense number of data feeds from government, industry, and our own network of radars.
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT, PASSUR AEROSPACE
2001 - Present
Led the creation of state of the art Aviation Analytical products for Airlines and Airports. Clients include 7 of the top 10 airlines in the US. Products achieved an order of magnitude growth for the company with just a small team of programmers in an entrepreneurial environment. Created robust, scalable, and efficient platform for rapid application development.
VICE PRESIDENT, CITYSPREE.COM
2000 – 2001
Responsible for all aspects of the e-commerce web site including day-to-day operations, site development, security, server design, and vendor management. Worked closely with marketing and sales to achieve growth and revenue goals. Created a fully functional auction and marketing site in 8 weeks after initial design. All transactions included straight through automated processing from client order via web, to back credit card processing, to general ledger.
VICE PRESIDENT, DEUTSCHE BANK
1999 – 2000
Design and implementation of a multi-vendor global order processing management system. System managed all aspects in the life of an order from trade execution through confirmation and settlement.
VICE PRESIDENT AND IT MANAGER, NOMURA CAPITAL SERVICES
1996 – 1999
Reported directly to the CFO, responsible for a diverse collection of both internally developed and third party financial systems. Globalized key systems using distributed technology with fast response guaranteed, ordered delivery of transactions to insure 100% accurate information. Credit, Sales, Legal, Settlements, General Ledger, Data Warehouse, P&L, tax and compliance functions.
CONSULTANT, UBS, SALOMON BROTHERS, CHUO TRUST AND BANKING
Develop High Speed Derivative Risk Management Systems and Forex Trading Systems. Used Messaging Middleware to keep many different platforms and operating systems in sync. Robust system design allowed for rapid integration of new exotic derivative instruments. Created a Network Data Choreography interface that processes and distributed trades and analytical information throughout the trading floors and back office.
CONSULTANT, BOEING AEROSPACE
Software development for the US Air Force Constant Watch Intelligence Automation. The system uses advanced networking hardware and software concepts in a multi-vendor secure system, integrating UNIX Relational Databases with IBM Mainframe Databases. System was used to process and distribute Command, Control, and Intelligence information throughout the Pacific Air Forces.
PRINCIPAL ENGINEER FOR INDEPENDENT RESEARCH AT HUGHES IMAGE PROCESSING AND PATTERN RECOGNITION LABORATORY
Lead a team of highly qualified scientists and engineers in Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, and statistical analysis for Military Targeting Pods, FLIR and Multispectral Sensors.
B. S. Electrical and Electronic Engineering, CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY
Midshipman, U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY
2 Yrs. Major: Systems Engineering
9 Patents for Advanced Aviation and Airspace Analytics
Author of numerous government reports on pattern recognition and artificial intelligence.
DOD Clearance Secret, Inactive