Martin T. Pozesky
Deep Water Point, LLC
Mr. Martin Pozesky
is one of our nation's foremost experts on US Air Traffic Control (ATC).
During the course of his
20 year career with the FAA
, Mr. Pozesky
was instrumental in the design and development of our current ATC system.
is now actively involved in formulating concepts, plans and structure for NextGen, the FAA's
future ATC system.
high level of subject matter expertise and seasoned leadership skills are the assets Mr. Pozesky
brings to all of his
Deep Water Point clients and projects.
As associate administrator for systems engineering and development at the FAA
Mr. Pozesky was directly responsible for leading the development and implementation of the Communication, Navigation and Surveillance (CNS) and weather systems.
In this role, he directed program activities exceeding $2 billion annually.
For a period of time, he also headed up the FAA's airways facilities operations where he oversaw and managed a 10,000 person organization that maintained and operated all US ATC technical facilities.
During his career, Mr. Pozesky served as chief engineer on many project for the FAA's National Airspace System (NAS).
was active in many international standardization efforts and formally led several US delegations focused on standardizing CNS systems around the world.
Prior to leaving the FAA, Mr. Pozesky was instrumental in the efforts to introduce GPS into ATC operations and to achieve international agreement on the use of GPS and satellite navigation for air traffic control.
He also served as the principal FAA congressional spokesman.
advises Fortune 100 companies
, the FAA, DOD
in the areas of air traffic management, systems engineering and business development.
As a respected air traffic system authority, he
is committed to the formulation and development of NextGen, and has been assisting the Joint Planning and Development Office (JPDO) in identifying and addressing the policy issues associated with the implementation of NextGen.
Mr. Pozesky holds a BS from the University of Maryland in electrical engineering and an MS in engineering management from George Washington University.
He has completed coursework through USAF Institute of Technology, has had 50 papers published and is a member of ACTA, RTCA and IEEE.