Mr. Cuseo co-founded Advanced Solutions, Inc. (ASI) in 1995. Under his leadership, the company became recognized as a pioneering organization in the spacecraft and aviation industries. Prior to founding ASI, John spent 11 years at Lockheed Martin working on a number of space-based (avionics and trajectory/attitude control) and ground-based (communication, command, control & intelligence) systems. Mr. Cuseo is an industry expert in areas of autonomous rendezvous and docking, satellite servicing systems and planetary entry systems. Today, John works closely with the team on business development efforts, operations, and technical guidance.
Zach drives strategic relationships and corporate vision for ASI. His active leadership in new space programs combined with his experience in large government programs guides ASI to be on the forefront of space software. Zach provides program management and technical expertise; he has led the Flight Software and GNC development on over 10 missions from proposal through operations utilizing the full MAX tool suite. Zach has extensive experience in development and operations across a wide variety of missions from precision Earth imaging systems to interplanetary missions at Mars and Jupiter. In his role at ASI, Zach is focused on leveraging ASI's MAX technology to enable complex missions on unprecedented timelines.
Michael is the COO at ASI with responsibilities of company operations including facility, security, quality, software and business development. He oversees NIST 800-171 execution, ISO 9001 Quality Management System, and serves as the Facility Security Officer. He supports business development with a focus on web-based ground data segment technologies and contracted engineering services. He also drives the development of MAX GDS, ASI’s spacecraft/satellite ground system add-on to MAX FSW, provides expertise and guidance on the Ground Data Segment (GDS) contracts and activities, and directs web development technologies.
Mr. Andringa is responsible for developing and executing the technical vision of the company. This includes active involvement in strategic IR&D, product development, program management, and technical design. As a principal architect of MAX and SOLIS, he is intimately familiar ASI's product line and continues involvement in the technical advances of those products. His career experience covers GN&C, simulation, flight software, and user experience; but also spans into other aerospace and software disciplines. He has worked on rotorcraft, guided projectiles, missiles, spacecraft, entry vehicles, lifting bodies, and landers. His current focus is on precision lunar landing with MAX in 2023.
Jason is the Chief Engineer at ASI responsible for technical oversight of all ASI programs. He has been in the industry since 1995 with concentration on Aerospace Guidance, Navigation and Control systems for various Earth orbiting and interplanetary spacecraft. Mr. Wynn is responsible for technical oversight of all ASI programs and maintaining ASI products as state-of-the-art. His expertise includes spacecraft design, development, and operations spanning Earth and interplanetary missions with emphasis on spin and 3-axis stabilization, rendezvous and proximity operations, planetary entry, descent, and landing, and aerobraking. Mr. Wynn has helped establish ASI’s reputation of mission success and solving the hardest spacecraft design problems since joining the company in 2000. Prior to joining ASI he spent 5 years at Lockheed Martin working as a GN&C engineer on their interplanetary spacecraft including a successful sample return mission from a comet and several Mars missions.