FluxData, Inc., develops and manufactures multispectral and polarimetric imaging systems for aerospace, defense, industrial, medical and scientific markets. FluxData is part of the Halma group of companies, located in Rochester, NY.
FluxData’s imaging and system integration expertise helps guide customers from camera specification to delivery of the final system. Our staff of imaging experts work with customers to frame problems, and deliver optimized systems based on a broad suite of options. Every product comes with FluxData’s commitment to first-rate customer support.
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Pano A. Spiliotis, President
As President, Mr. Spiliotis leads the Company’s vision, strategy, and continued growth. Mr. Spiliotis was previously Director - Imaging Products for Geospatial Systems, Inc., (GSI). His duties included product line management and expansion, business development, strategy, marketing and sales for their airborne imaging business. Previous to GSI, Mr. Spiliotis was General Manager of Pixel Physics, where he was responsible for day to day operations and transitioning Pixel Physics from an engineering services company into a product based company. He has held various technical positions at Munsell Color Science Lab, RIT, GretagMacbeth and Xerox Corporation. Mr. Spiliotis received an MBA in Finance and Technology Management and a BS in Imaging Science both from Rochester Institute of Technology.
Tracie L. Spiliotis, CFO
Mrs. Spiliotis oversees the Company’s Sales and Marketing, Accounting and Manufacturing departments. She was previously Materials & Inventory Control Manager and Marketing Communications Manager for Geospatial Systems, Inc. (GSI). Prior to that, she was a Marketing Manager for both TruGreen Companies and a division of Owens Corning. Mrs. Spiliotis was also a staff accountant for Insero and Company. Mrs. Spiliotis received an MBA in Marketing and a BS in Accounting both from Rochester Institute of Technology.
Lawrence A. Taplin, CTO
Mr. Taplin has broad experience researching, designing and fabricating imaging systems. As a staff Color Scientist for over ten years at the Munsell Color Science Laboratory, RIT, he has designed multispectral cameras and printing systems for digital archiving and conservation of museum artwork. He has held technical roles at Applied Science Fiction (now part of Eastman Kodak Company), Synapse Group, and British Telecom Syncordia. Mr. Taplin received an MS in Color Science from RIT, has 30 years of experience in computer programming, and holds a BS in Computer Science from the University of Delaware. Mr. Taplin has co-authored over 25 journal articles and conference proceedings on various topics in color science and holds four patents.