Cubic Names John Minteer Vice President of Information Technology
SAN DIEGO, (BUSINESS WIRE), Aug. 26, 2002–John Minteer has been named vice president of Information Technology for San Diego-based Cubic Corp. (AMEX:CUB).
In announcing the appointment, Thomas A. Baz, vice president and corporate controller, said: “John Minteer has made many significant improvements in the application of information technology for the corporation and its subsidiaries during his time at Cubic. As a corporate vice president, he will continue to provide overall leadership in information technology across all operations within the company.”
Minteer joined Cubic in 1994 and has more than 22 years of IT experience. Before joining the company, Minteer was the co-founder of PrimeX, a San Diego area medical imaging company where he developed and obtained patents for several digital mammography systems. Prior to PrimeX, Minteer worked for the Micro Electronics Division of Hughes Aircraft Co. in Carlsbad, where he was responsible for software development and systems administration.
Minteer also served as manager of customer support for SofTech Microsystems in Rancho Bernardo, where he helped to develop operating system and compilers for the UCSD p-System. Earlier in his career, he worked as a software engineer developing large business applications for a division of Burroughs Corp. in Irvine, Calif.
Cubic has two major segments, transportation and defense. The Cubic Transportation Systems Group designs and manufactures automatic fare collection systems for public mass transit, including rail and buses throughout the world. The Cubic Defense Applications Group provides instrumented air and ground combat training systems, battle command training simulations, and simulation support for U.S. and allied military forces. The Group also produces high technology avionics, data links and communications products for government and commercial customers and provides a wide range of technical and logistics services. Addressing new national priorities, Cubic is exploring new opportunities in the area of Homeland Defense/Security. The company is building on its systems integration experience and technology in both defense and transportation and the established presence of its smart card technology in key metropolitan areas to develop solutions for high-security access control for borders, airports and other public and private locations.
For more information about Cubic, see the company’s Web site at http://www.cubic.com.
CONTACT: Cubic Corp.
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