The BOSH Group (TBG) has named Frank Byrum as its Chief Technology Officer. Byrum will leverage a distinguished career in technology development and software engineering to formulate and oversee implementation of TBG’s long-term technological strategy. He assumed his new position on February 1.
Chief Executive Officer Robert Fitzgerald selected Byrum to posture the company at the leading edge of unmanned system technology as global defense, commercial and civil markets rapidly expand.
“We’re just beginning to see the potential of Unmanned Systems in non-military market spaces,” said Fitzgerald. “The company needs someone with vision, experience, and determination to usher us into this next era and Frank is the man for the job.” Byrum’s experience at cultivating advanced capabilities via creative business practices resulted in numerous BOSH Global Services innovations, including a “business incubator” that generated several profitable efforts.
TBG is a parent organization providing centralized management and business support services for several specialized companies. Members of TBG offer a comprehensive range of technology products and service solutions built upon unmatched experience developing and supporting U.S. Department of Defense mission-critical surveillance and communications systems. Members’ portfolios include production of cost-effective Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and associated operational and analytical services designed to fulfill customer-specific needs in emerging commercial and civil UAS market segments.