About Engineering Acoustics Inc
Engineering Acoustics, Inc. (EAI) is a technology leader in the development and application of human-centric vibrotactile and haptic systems for defense, entertainment, simulation and training, aviation and healthcare applications. We also design and manufacture specialist underwater and down-hole acoustic transducers for the geophysical and oceanography industry.
Our team of engineers, scientists and technicians have performed basic and applied research, and product development, for a wide range of military, research and commercial customers, and our products are used world-wide. With closely integrated R&D and in-house manufacturing, we provide quality products and innovative solutions to meet our customers’ specific needs.
Gary A. Zets
CEO / President
Gary has been responsible for the design and manufacture of a wide variety of transducers and related electronic and mechanical systems for underwater acoustic and biomedical applications. He heads EAI’s efforts in the design and manufacture of tactile transducers, displays and associated electronics for military, biomedical, commercial and consumer applications, and has been responsible for finding new and novel applications for tactile technology, working with researchers and entrepreneurs worldwide to bring these concepts to reality.
Bruce J.P. Mortimer, PhD
Director of Research and Development
Bruce has extensive experience in both theoretical, academic and practical aspects of instrumentation, ultrasonics and acoustics, and leads EAI’s engineering, human factors and psychophysical efforts in vibrotactile transducers. He holds multiple US patents and patent applications related to medical applications of tactile displays. Bruce is experienced in biomedical devices, clinical studies, sensory integration, instrumentation, embedded systems, ultrasonics, acoustics and haptics.
Gregory R. Mort
VP of Software Development & Special Projects
Greg has extensive experience in software development and leads the software department at EAI. His role at EAI is to understand the goals and desires of a project and transfer them into a software solution. Greg has a strong background in many different software technologies ranging from 3D simulations, V/R environments to low level firmware programming and flight critical systems. He has been awarded one patent for a haptic feedback device, as well as numerous publications in the vibrotactile field.
Gregory R. DeNunzio
Greg has a background in mechanical engineering and is responsible for the management of our production facilities. He has direct experience in the design of wearable components, ergonomics, textiles, flexible electronics and smart-manufacturing. Greg manages a diverse team of engineers and technicians who are involved in product development, manufacture, quality control, testing and delivery.