New CVP/CTO for Allied Motion

He's a masterful electrical engineer in more ways than one



Allied Motion has named Ken May as its new Corporate Vice President/Chief Technical Officer.

An electrical engineer with a Master's degree as well as a Graduate Certificate in Systems Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology, May worked for Moog, Borg Warner and Zexel before joining Allied in 2019. His areas of expertise include systems and project engineering, product line engineering management and functional management for actuation and electronics design. Applications range from aerospace to automotive powertrains, and, according to a 2013 recommendation on his LinkedIn profile, a software program for a "3 DOF nested motion base for the New York Parks Division, Niagara Falls attraction." According to the recommender, " It was quickly done and has operated for over 6 years without a failure or fault, has never shut the attraction down."


In the press release announcing the appointment, Dick Warzala, Chairman, President and CEO, commented, “In the three years Ken has been with Allied, he has demonstrated his leadership capabilities and deep expertise in systems and project engineering to streamline the development process and accelerate our growth opportunities. We are confident that he can take our comprehensive technology strategy to the next level to ensure that we continue to scale existing technologies while delivering world-class, next generation solutions for the future.”

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