Mr. Bartley, whose career spans nearly four decades, has been a consultant and business analyst specializing in transportation and energy since 2008. Previously, Mr. Bartley was ISE Corporation’s Manager of New Business from 2002-08, where Mr. Bartley led the marketing efforts that resulted in the transition of ISE’s prototype hybrid-electric drive products into production articles. Drawing on his strong technical background, Mr. Bartley also supported ISE by developing systems concepts and cost models for energy storage and fuel savings, and a unique power model for ultracapacitor packs. He wrote 39 patent applications for ISE.
Prior to joining ISE, Mr. Bartley accumulated 30 years of engineering and business development experience with a variety of companies, ranging from startups to large corporations. He was director of network operations for a startup company developing Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) technology. He served as senior scientist for Netrologic, where he managed technical and financial aspects of several research projects in the area of artificial neural networks applied to machine tool instrumentation. For four years, Mr. Bartley was Product Manager at Loral Instrumentation, where he had joint responsibility for a line of off-the-shelf standard telemetry computer products.
Mr. Bartley has more than 18 years of direct responsibility in the areas of electronic and system design, management, and marketing with multiple Government contractors including SAIC, Cubic, and General Dynamics. His early engineering work also covered a wide variety of interests: nuclear instrumentation, analog to digital technologies, flight test instrumentation, radar simulation and prediction, oceanographic buoy instrumentation, displays and image analysis, and information systems.
Mr. Bartley received his BSEE and MSEE degrees from Stanford University.