LCDR U.H. (Jack) Rowley, USN (Ret)
Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
Maritime Tactical Systems, Inc. (MARTAC)
Jack Rowley is an experienced and accomplished multi-disciplined engineering project and program management professional with over 35 years of project/program management of complex ocean, electrical and mechanical engineering systems design. As a retired U.S. Navy Surface Warfare and Engineering Duty Officer, his experience base includes both Government and commercial sectors.
Prior to his retirement from the Navy, he administered, and program managed, the $1.2B Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC) U.S. Navy Government shipbuilding contract. Since his retirement he has continued his work as a Naval Architect and Ocean Engineer within the marine ship design and construction areas and has had extensive experience with unmanned surface vehicles. This experience includes serving as the SAIC/LEIDOS Engineering Technical Director and Lead Naval Architect in the early stages of the design of the DARPA/ONR Sea Hunter MDUSV Trimaran now operating with the Navy Surface Development Squadron One in San Diego.
Jack Rowley has served the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) with Maritime Tactical Systems, Inc. (MARTAC) in Melbourne, FL for the past six years.
Jack Rowley has degrees of BSEE from University of Oklahoma as well as an MSME and Degree of Ocean Engineer from MIT.
Jack currently serves on the AUVSI Florida Peninsula Chapter Board of Directors as the Director for Maritime.