Nupoint Systems is led by a team of seasoned technology executives with broad experience in software, hardware, data communications and RF design:
Wayne S. Carlson, P. Eng.
President & CEO
Wayne Carlson brings over 25 years of proven leadership through all phases of the product development life cycle in a wide range of companies, both as an employee at Wireless Matrix, MacDonald Detwiler, and Epic Data, and with Personal Designs Inc, a consulting company he founded to provide real time software design services. Some of his clients included Unisys, de Havilland, Glenayre, Rogers Cable, Epic Data and Norcom Networks.
Carlson’s diverse background includes design and implementation of a multi-mode satellite and terrestrial wireless router, automated vehicle location devices, various satellite communication protocols and devices, POSIX compliant client server transaction based system, an inventory management system, and communication software for an automated weather distribution system.
Carlson has a B.A.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the University of British Columbia. He is an avid sailor and has been actively involved in the community as treasurer with the Air Cadet League, 819 Squadron and as vice president of the North Delta Baseball association. He coached minor baseball and soccer for over 13 years. He is currently on the executive of the British Columbia Multihull Society.
Chief Operating Officer
Ted Carey, Nupoint’s Chief Operating Officer, is responsible for operations, project management, administration, and hardware engineering. Carey is an experienced project manager with a history of leading complex projects to successful completion while building high functioning teams with little to no turnover. Customer satisfaction is one of his key drivers.
A veteran of the wireless data field, Carey has been involved in radio and mechanical design for over 30 years with his experience spanning the complete product lifecycle through concept, design, development, manufacturing and maintenance. He has led hardware development teams for mobile, fixed site and multimode satellite modems, tracking devices for fleet management, and has proven success in the design of high reliability equipment for harsh environments such as the rail industry.
As well as being an integral member of the design and development team for the first MSAT data terminals, Carey’s design career has covered varied products from HF SSB, cellular, satellite and the associated RF and mechanical subsystems. He has made significant contributions for industry leaders such as Wireless Matrix (formerly Norcom Networks), Mobile Data International, and Novatel with products having been deployed by such companies as General Electric, Sears, FedEx, Dish Networks, Union Pacific, CSX, and Schlumberger.
Carey is a graduate of the British Columbia Institute of Technology, and enjoys hiking, photography, wood and metalworking, and vintage equipment restoration. firstname.lastname@example.org