Scantech Holdings
MANAGEMENT TEAM                        

Executive Team

Dolan Falconer, Jr. - Co-Founder, Chairman & General Manager

Mr. Falconer is the co-founder and chief executive officer of ScanTech Holdings, LLC and serves as the General Manager of ScanTech Identification Beam Systems, LLC. He has twenty-five years of nuclear industry experience in the management of engineering projects for private industry and the federal government. He is a member of the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Engineering's 'Academy of Distinguished Alumni'. Prior to co-founding ScanTech Holdings LLC, Mr. Falconer co-founded and served as Executive Vice President of Parallax, Inc., a private closely-held environmental and nuclear engineering company with annual revenues of more than $20 million. As Executive Vice President, Mr. Falconer was instrumental in growing the company from its start-up stage to having a national presence with over 150 engineers, scientists and technicians. Mr. Falconer began his career as a Graduate Research Fellow in Nuclear Sciences for the E. I. DuPont De Nemours Company. Following his graduate studies, Mr. Falconer joined the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) as a Reactor Engineer and Resident Inspector. While with the NRC, he was responsible for ensuring public and worker safety from nuclear power plant activities. In 1986, Mr. Falconer joined Nuclear Energy Consultants as a regulatory compliance specialist and later joined United Energy Services, a nuclear engineering firm where as Division Manager he grew his division to over 50 engineers with annual revenues in excess of $5 million.

Mr. Falconer received his Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and later received his Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering, also from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Louis Parker - President & COO Designee

Mr. Parker is President and COO designee of Identification Beam Systems, LLC. He has over thirty years of professional experience managing and leading major technical business enterprises. As Chief Executive Officer and President of GE Security, Mr. Parker led GE's $1.8 billion, 6,400 employee security business a global, high-technology platform, comprised of some of GE's fastest-growing businesses operating in more than 30 countries and represented by some of the best-known brand names for intrusion and fire detection, access and building control, video surveillance, and explosives and drug detection. While at GE, Mr. Parker also served as a member of the Chairman's Corporate Executive Council (CEC), which represented the top 40 GE executives.

Mr. Parker received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania and later received his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

Rocky Starns - Chief Technology Officer & Vice President - Engineering & Manufacturing

Mr. Starns has over thirty years of technical, management and business leadership in both Fortune 50 corporations and privately held entrepreneurial companies. An Alfred P. Sloan Fellow of Stanford University's Graduate School of Business, Mr. Starns' previous corporate responsibilities include President & CEO of Tano Automation, Inc., a $20 million diversified supervisory control & data acquisition software and computer systems business; President & CEO of Renishaw, Inc., a $25 million subsidiary of an international microelectronics measurement systems business that is the world leader of high-tech metrology, inspection and scanning/digitizing systems; Director & General Manager of The Square D Company's $58 million Motor Control Center business; and Region Manager for Westinghouse Electric Corporation's $50 million electrical equipment & services business.

Mr. Starns received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas and later received a Master of Science in Management from Stanford University Graduate School of Business.


Board of Directors

Oliver Lee – Chairman - ScanTech Holdings

Mr. Oliver Lee is an early investor in ScanTech Holdings, LLC and serves as its Chairman of the Board. He is the Chief Executive Officer of IPCo, LLC, a company which provides intellectual property licenses for essential wireless mesh™ patents, technology, and business consulting services under the trademarks Essential Wireless MeshTM and EWM™. Prior to this, Mr. Lee was Chairman and CEO of StatSignal Systems, a wireless application provider. Effective July 9, 2007, Mr. Lee will be appointed as board chairman of the DeKalb Regional Health System Board of Directors. Mr. Lee began service on the DeKalb County Hospital Authority Board of Directors in 1989 and in 1992 joined the DeKalb Regional Health System Board of Directors and the DeKalb Medical Center Board of Directors. He is a member of the American Bar Association, State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta Bar Association and is a Member and Past President of the Atlanta Chapter of the National Association of Securities Professionals. Mr. Lee also serves on the Board of Directors of the Metropolitan YMCA and is a current or past Trustee of the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Promina Healthcare Systems and Families First. Mr. Lee began his professional career as a securities lawyer with the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission.

Mr. Lee received his a B.A. from Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire and a J.D. from Vanderbilt Law School in Nashville, Tennessee.

Dolan Falconer, Jr. - Director - ScanTech Holdings & Chairman - Identification Beam Systems

Mr. Falconer has twenty-five years of nuclear industry experience in the management of engineering projects for private industry and the federal government. He is a member of the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Engineering's 'Academy of Distinguished Alumni'. Prior to co-founding ScanTech Holdings LLC, Mr. Falconer co-founded and served as Executive Vice President of Parallax, Inc., a private closely-held environmental and nuclear engineering company with annual revenues of more than $20 million. As Executive Vice President, Mr. Falconer was instrumental in growing the company from its start-up stage to having a national presence with over 150 engineers, scientists and technicians. Mr. Falconer began his career as a Graduate Research Fellow in Nuclear Sciences for the E. I. DuPont De Nemours Company. Following his graduate studies, Mr. Falconer joined the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) as a Reactor Engineer and Resident Inspector. While with the NRC, he was responsible for ensuring public and worker safety from nuclear power plant activities. In 1986, Mr. Falconer joined Nuclear Energy Consultants as a regulatory compliance specialist and later joined United Energy Services, a nuclear engineering firm where as Division Manager he grew his division to over 50 engineers with annual revenues in excess of $5 million.

Mr. Falconer received his Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and later received his Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering, also from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Louis Parker – Lead Director – ScanTech Holdings & Director – Identification Beam Systems

Mr. Parker has over thirty years of professional experience managing and leading major technical business enterprises. As Chief Executive Officer and President of GE Security, Mr. Parker led GE's $1.8 billion, 6,400 employee security business a global, high-technology platform, comprised of some of GE's fastest-growing businesses operating in more than 30 countries and represented by some of the best-known brand names for intrusion and fire detection, access and building control, video surveillance, and explosives and drug detection. While at GE, Mr. Parker also served as a member of the Chairman's Corporate Executive Council (CEC), which represented the top 40 GE executives.

Mr. Parker received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania and later received his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

Henry Sutherlin, Director, Secretary & Treasurer – ScanTech Holdings

Mr. Henry Sutherlin currently serves as President of ScanTech Sciences, LLC and Vice President & Acting Chief Financial Officer of ScanTech Holdings, LLC. He has twenty plus years of highly successful experience in sales management, raising start-up funding, and operations management. He established a most impressive record in sales management for the Hobart Corporation before taking on the challenge of Senior Vice President of MedServ Inc. where he directed a 650% increase in sales over two years and participated in two private stock offerings to secure working capital for company growth. He left MedServ to form Direct Medical, Inc., where, as President and Chief Executive Officer, he grew program sales from $0 base to $75 million in 1993. Direct Medical, Inc. was later purchased by Medecon Services, a hospital group purchasing organization with 1200 facility members in 28 states and over $1 billion in yearly program sales. In 1994, he joined the Board of Directors of BioSterile.

Mr. Sutherlin received a B.S. Accounting from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY and an M.B.A. from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia.

John Redmond – Director – ScanTech Holdings

Mr. John Redmond is a major investor in ScanTech Holdings, an serves as a Director. He has owned or developed numerous real estate projects over the last 30 years in and around Washington DC, including residential and commercial properties.

Benjamin DeCosta - Director – Identification Beam Systems

Benjamin R. DeCosta assumed the leadership of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport as aviation general manager for the City of Atlanta - Department of Aviation in June 1998. He has placed airport customer service and security at the top of his list of priorities. Mr. DeCosta and his staff are committed to ensuring that passengers enjoy visiting Hartsfield-Jackson and have developed a fitting mission statement, which is "to be the world's best airport by exceeding customer expectations." In fact, airport passengers participating in a worldwide survey conducted by the International Air Transport Association ranked Hartsfield-Jackson number one in overall passenger satisfaction for large hub airports in 2003. Mr. DeCosta and his staff are more than two years in to a 10-year, $5.4 billion expansion program, called the Hartsfield-Jackson Development Program - "Focus On the Future." Some of the major components of the H-JDP include a new fifth runway and a new international terminal. Hartsfield-Jackson retained its title as the busiest passenger airport in the world serving over 79 million passengers in 2003.

Prior to taking the position of aviation general manager at Hartsfield-Jackson, Mr. DeCosta worked for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and served as the general manager of Newark International Airport. A native New Yorker, Ben DeCosta received his Bachelor of Arts degree in physics at Queens College in 1968 before earning his Juris Doctor from New York Law School in 1975. In 1984, he participated in a program for senior executives in state and local government at the Kennedy School of Public Administration at Harvard University.

W. Ralph Basham - Director

W. Ralph Basham was sworn in by President George W. Bush on 6 June 2006 to serve as the second Commissioner of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the agency of the Department of Homeland Security responsible for managing, controlling, and securing the United State's borders. Mr. Basham brings a distinguished record of public service in law enforcement to U.S. Customs and Border Protection. He has served as the Director of the United States Secret Service since 2003. A 28-year veteran of the Secret Service, Basham also served as Director of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center and Chief of Staff of the Transportation Security Administration.

Mr. Basham began his career with the Secret Service in 1970 when he was appointed as a Special Agent in the Washington Field Office. He rose rapidly to the managerial level while serving in a variety of assignments reflecting the Service's diverse interests and responsibilities. Mr. Basham has served in supervisory positions in both protective and investigative assignments, serving as Special Agent in Charge of the Cleveland Field Office, the Washington Field Office and the Vice Presidential Protective Division. Mr. Basham also served as the Deputy Assistant Director of the Office of Training and as Assistant Director of the Office of Administration, where he was responsible for the management of the Agency's Administrative Division.

In January 1998, Mr. Basham was appointed Director of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), an organisation with locations in Glynco, Georgia and Artesia, New Mexico, that provides training for nearly all of the United State's federal law enforcement officers, including Secret Service recruits. The FLETC also serves the state, local and federal law enforcement communities with training programmes tailored to their specific needs. Mr. Basham was named Chief of Staff for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in January 2002. Among his responsibilities at TSA, Mr. Basham oversaw the hiring of federal security directors for all 429 domestic airport facilities.

A native of Owensboro, Kentucky, Mr. Basham received a Bachelor's Degree from Southeastern University in Washington, D.C. Mr. Basham's numerous honours include the 1992 and 2000 Meritorious Presidential Rank Awards.

Daniel Cowart - Director

Mr. Cowart is a Director and major (founding) shareholder in both ScanTech Holdings, LLC and Identification Beam Systems, LLC. He is a native Georgian and has owned or developed numerous real estate projects over the last 25 years, including shopping centres, residential subdivisions, office developments, and raw land. Mr. Cowart has various other interests in banking, outdoor advertising, internet security, transportation security, and waste services. He is a member of Northpoint Community Church, a board member of Wesleyan School since 1996, former local YMCA board member, and has assisted in numerous local family/ social initiatives in the Atlanta area. Mr. Cowart lives in Duluth, Georgia with his wife, Kris and their eight children.

Mr. Cowart received his Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Georgia.

James Blackwell - Special Advisor to the Board

Mr. Blackwell is an accomplished technology executive with over 35 years of successful management experience in managing and leading domestic and international advanced technology programmes. Mr. Blackwell has served as Chairman of the Georgia Military Affairs Coordinating Committee reporting to the Governor of Georgia and is a member of advisory boards for both the Raytheon Aircraft Corporation and the U.S. National Research Council. In 2000, Mr. Blackwell retired from the Lockheed Martin Corporation as President and COO of the Aeronautics Sector were he was responsible for all military and commercial aircraft programmes, 36,000 employees located around the world, and yearly sales exceeding $6 billion. Under his leadership, Lockheed Martin became the premier military aircraft company in the world with the design and development of eleven new advanced aircraft programmes (e.g., the F-22, JSF, C-130J, X-33, C-27J, and JASSM). Prior to this position, Mr. Blackwell served as Vice President of F-22 Programs were he won and led development of the world's most advanced military fighter--the stealthy F-22 Raptor.

Mr. Blackwell received his Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Alabama and later received his Master of Science in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Virginia. Mr. Blackwell also holds an Advanced Management Program Certificate from Harvard University.