Real time data means more time at the face.

Real time data means more time at the face.

Management Team

 

David Ballantyneballantyne

Vice President of Development and Technology

Electrical Engineer – Queens University (1991)
President of Emfinity Inc. (Incorporated in 1996)
Treasurer and Secretary of High Grade Controls Corporation (Incorporated in 2012)

Mr. Ballantyne has 30 years of experience designing and manufacturing technology products specifically for the mining industry. During this interval, he has successfully led the development and deployment of several communication, sensing and control products within the global mining community for a variety of customers before jointing founding Maestro Digital Mine. David has significantly contributed to Maestro's two Innovation Awards and an IoT Commercialization Award.


Michael J. Gribbonsgribbons

Vice President of Marketing and Sales

Mechanical Engineer – University of Waterloo (1984)
President of Synergy Controls Corporation (Incorporated in 1992)
President of High Grade Controls Corporation (Incorporated in 2012)

Mr. Gribbons was born and raised in the Sudbury region. Michael has 36 years of experience in mining and industrial process control. Synergy Controls, under Michael's leadership, has won dozens of sales awards along with two Innovation Awards since its inception in 1992.
As Vice President, Maestro has received two Innovation Awards and an IoT Commercialization Award. Michael has been an active volunteer with the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce in advancing roles as board director, treasurer and sitting on the executive board. Michael also served two terms as a board director and treasurer of CAMESE, now called MSTA a national (Mining Supply and Services Trade Association). Currently, Michael is Board Director and Vice President of MineConnect as well as a Board Director of MIRARCO Mining Innovation.



Steve MoutsatsosBrian

Corporate Counsel

Queen’s University – LL.B. (1987)
London School of Economics – LLM (1993)

After five years of service on Toronto's Bay Street, Mr. Moutsatso returned to returned to Sudbury in 1993. Steve provides corporate and commercial law within the mining sector.

 

 

 

 

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