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Clyde C. Richard

Dr. Clyde C. Richard is the Chief Executive Officer and a Senior Mechanical Engineer for CED Technologies Inc. Dr. Richard holds a Bachelor and Masters degree in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute along with a Doctorate Degree from the University of Connecticut.

Prior to founding CED Technologies in 1987, Dr. Richard was a professor at the United States Naval Academy for over 15 years teaching on such subjects as human factors, mechanical design and power plant mechanics. Since establishing CED, Dr. Richard has been the major catalyst to the accelerated growth of the company which has expanded to 6 offices and over 30 employees nationwide and is regarded as one of the premiere investigative firms.

Dr. Richard’s responsibilities, along with investigating and reconstructing accidents, include overseeing the marketing, business development, merger and acquisitions and the financial activities of the company.

Jeffrey C. Richard
Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Jeffrey Richard is the Chief Operating Officer of CED Technologies Inc. Mr. Richard holds a Bachelors Degree from Denison University and a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of Miami.

Prior to joining CED, Mr. Richard has held positions in product development and marketing, computer information systems and mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Richard played a key role in the development of the first (VoIP) Voice over the Internet Protocol trading device for the financial trading industry and is a member of the Professional Usability Professional Association.

Mr. Richard’s responsibilities include overseeing the day-to-day operations of the company along with the marketing and strategic planning of the firm.

William H. Daley III, P.E.

William H. Daley III

Mr. William H. Daley is the President of CED Technologies Inc. Mr. Daley holds a Bachelors degree from the United States Naval Academy along with a Masters Degree from the US Naval Postgraduate School.

Prior to joining CED Technologies in 1995, Mr. Daley served on active duty for 20 years in the U. S. Navy. Mr. Daley’s naval service included engineering and weapons engineering assignments on four different ships, as well as serving as the Associate Chairman of the Mechanical Engineering Department at the U. S. Naval Academy. Upon completing his naval service as a commander, Mr. Daley became Director of Manufacturing for Forward Technology Industries, Inc. Mr. Daley is also a senior mechanical engineer investigating accidents involving machinery operation and guarding, consumer products, slip & falls, and marine accident reconstruction.

Mr. Daley’s responsibilities include the day-to-day operations and growth of the company.

Gavin D. O’Hare
Director of Corporate Business Development

Mr. Gavin D. O’Hare is the Director of Corporate Business Development for CED Technologies Inc. Mr. O’Hare holds a Bachelors Degree from the United States Naval Academy in Engineering and Political Science along with a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.

Prior to joining CED, Mr. O’Hare was the Director of Intercollegiate Sailing at the United States Naval Academy along with being an adjunct professor in the Economics Department. Prior to the U.S. Naval Academy, Mr. O’Hare has held positions such as Product Manager, Account Manager and several Business Development roles.

Mr. O’Hare’s responsibilities include Strategic Business Development and Sales Team Management.

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Vehicle Crash Group

The Transportation Group is a team comprised of accident reconstructionists, mechanical engineers, biomechanical engineers, and civil engineers.

Members of the Transportation Group have backgrounds and certifications in accident reconstruction, mechanical engineering, civil engineering, human factors, and biomechanics. The highly skilled experts on this team have specialized knowledge of motor vehicles (passenger vehicles, motorcycles, and commercial trucks), bicycles, off-road recreational vehicles and equipment, rail, material handling equipment, and mining equipment.

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