Bruce Lonie is President and a co-founder (1986) of PowerCET Corporation. Previously, he was vice president of ONEAC Corporation and product support manager for the telecommunications Division of ROLM Corporation. His experience with GTE included operations, customer support, and engineering management positions. A recognized expert in the evaluation of energy, power, grounding and harmonic problems for data centers, commercial and industrial facilities. Bruce was co-author of theDranetz Field Handbook for Power Quality Analysis and regularly publishes articles on power quality and the electromagnetic environment. He is co-publisher of PQToday and served on the Editorial Advisory Board for Power Quality Assurance Magazine. In addition Bruce regularly conducts education and training programs on energy and power related issues as well as operational skills training on Dranetz, Fluke, Hioki, PowerSight, Electrocorder and PSL monitoring equipment and systems. He is a graduate of the University of Redlands, a member of IEEE, and has over 30 years experience in computer and telecommunications service, equipment protection and system troubleshooting. email Bruce
Tom Shaughnessy is Vice President and a co-founder (1986) of PowerCET Corporation. Past experiences include ONEAC Corporation (product and engineering manager), Topaz International (international applications/sales engineer) and Burroughs (field engineer/MPS). Tom has conducted in-depth power audits for many Fortune 500 companies, co-authored a book on power and grounding, and regularly publishes articles on power quality, harmonics and electromagnetic compatibility. He is a graduate of the University of Montana, a member of IEEE, AAMI and NFPA, and has over 14 years experience in equipment service and protection. email Tom.
Michael F. Stringfellow, Ph.D., P.E. is Chief Scientist for PowerCET Corporation. Prior to joining PowerCET he held the positions of Chief Scientist and Director of Research for EFI Corporation. Other experiences include 9 years with the Electric Supply Commission (Eskom) in South Africa, and work with Kearney National and Atlantic Scientific Corporation. His research has focused on lightning surges and their impact on commercial and industrial facilities, and utility transmission and distribution systems. Dr. Stringfellow has published numerous articles and research papers during his distinguished career. He is a member of IEEE and is an active member on several committees. He earned a B.S. Honors Degree in Physics from the University of London and his Ph.D. in Atmospheric Electricity from University of Durham. email Michael