Michael Lanzone is the main developer of CTT’s product line. Michael is a research biologist with a history of developing technical solutions to solve data collection problems for scientific research programs.
Casey is the Chief Operating Officer and co-founder of CTT. He is a software and electronics engineer with a proven track record of developing innovative applications for a wide variety of customers.
Head of Manufacturing
Jason Benedict is the Lead Manufacturing Technician of CTT product lines. Jason has 15+ years of Electronic Manufacturing and Electronic Assembly processes from various global companies. Jason has a strong background in electronic PCB manufacturing and testing procedures of numerous electronic assemblies.
Lead Server Developer
Bob brings to CTT an innate interest in bird movement patterns and has a decade of experience with developing information systems relating to birds. Bob develops and maintains CTT’s data interface, back end databases, data backup, and server infrastructure.
Andrew’s career began with a desire to work with globally-operating wildlife conservation organizations. To that end, he has garnered 12+ years of professional field experience in academia, NGO’s, government agencies, and environmental consulting firms. At CTT he applies his unique combination of systems-level thinking, love of technology, and appreciation of geography to help wildlife researchers and organizations around the world obtain the critical information they need through customized hardware and software solutions.
Sheldon is an embedded software engineer with a Masters degree in Aerospace Engineering from West Virginia University. He specializes in developing new product features, improving power efficiency, and developing innovative case ergonomics.
Jeannine brings a background in database development and administration to CTT. Previously she managed a hemispheric wide database and on-line reporting system for tracking the movements of color marked shorebirds for a consortium of researchers. Since 1998 she has been a volunteer with the International Shorebird Team banding and sighting shorebirds during their spring stopover along the NJ Delaware Bayshore.