Booz Allen Hamilton
Adam Weiner, VP of Navy Surface and Undersea Warfare Centers at Booz Allen Hamilton
Adam Weiner is the vice president of Booz Allen Hamilton‘s Navy Surface and Undersea Warfare Centers business.
In his current leadership role, Weiner provides engineering and management services in platform vulnerability, artificial intelligence, directed energy, sensor fusion, mechanical design, prototyping and reverse engineering for surface and subsurface vessels. He also develops identification capabilities for defense, federal law enforcement, intelligence and commercial clients as Booz Allen’s lead official for biometrics, forensics and human signatures. Weiner also leads the firm’s custom electronics and fabrication business, which develops technologies for the departments of Defense and Homeland Security, Booz Allen said.
The marine and undersea systems leader supported the U.S. government’s development and deployment of multi-agency crisis management mission systems before taking on his current position. He also developed portfolio and trading systems for investment, merger and acquisition firms in U.S. financial centers.
Weiner holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Syracuse University and is a member of the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the Association of Old Crows.
Booz Allen Hamilton offers consulting, analytics, digital solutions, engineering and cybersecurity services to government, defense, intelligence and commercial clients. It has multiple offices across North America, Southeast Asia, Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.
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