Bruce Weiner is an Information and Internet Technology executive with over 30 years of in-depth experience managing product and software development for contracting companies and Fortune 100 companies. Since 2012, he has been a Technology leader at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Mr. Weiner is a Princeton trained computer scientist and electrical engineer, and a patent holder. Over his career, he has gained extensive experience in Information Systems management, program/project management, software development, software architecture, internet delivery, business applications, technology vendor selection, IT Outsourcing, and customer contact center operations.
Litigation Consulting Services: Mr. Weiner has experience as a consulting and/or testifying expert witness in software development, patent infringement, and commercial litigation matters for both plaintiffs and defendants. He is adept at translating complex software, patent, and technology issues for the lay person audience. He consulted on industry transforming anti-trust cases in the travel industry.
Pilot Career Earnings and Employability Models Depositions and Trials Expert Witness and Litigation Support Case Preparation and Analysis Pilot Hiring and Equipment forecast Economic Forecast Pilot Supply and Demand Pilot Hiring Trends Pilot hiring requirements
Airline Accident Investigation Airline Insurance Airline Maintenance & Operations Federal Aviation Regulations Aircraft Design, Performance and Analysis Aircraft Purchase and Lease Agreements Maintenance Records and Procedures Airline contracts Airline pilot, Mechanic and Aircrew Training Expert Witness
Honors & Awards: Awarded Society of Sigma Xi for excellence in Engineering Research.
AE (Aeronautical Engineer), California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 1973 MS (Aeronautical Engineering), Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA 1969 BS, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD 1962
As President of BGS Aviation, Inc., aircraft rental and flight instruction, Mr. Burgess is an Instrument-Rated Commercial Pilot and Certified Flight Instructor for Multi/Single Engine airplane. He has over 2900 hours of flight time.
Air Route Traffic Control Centers (ARTCC's) Airport Traffic Control Towers (ATCT's) Terminal Radar Approach Control Facilities (TRACON's) Automated Flight Service Stations (AFSS's) Flight Path Reconstruction and Graphic Preparation of Accident/Incident Aircraft Detailed Transcript Preparation of Air Traffic Recordings
1972 to 1994 Air Traffic Control Supervisory and Management - FAA Managed and supervised the National evaluations of over 160 FAA air traffic ARTCC's, ATCT's, TRACON's and AFSS's facilities in Southern California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Missouri, Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama Qualified on all positions of operation and actively controlled traffic as supervisor and manager at El Paso and Little Rock ATC Tower and radar approach control facilities Served as consultant and expert witness in trials involving aircraft accidents and enforcement actions in St. Louis, Kansas City and Little Rock Investigated the application and effectiveness of air traffic control procedures at Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles and Kansas City Airports, as a result of major accidents at those airports 1957 to 1972 Air Traffic Controller - FAA & U.S. Navy Air Traffic Terminal Controller at NAS Saufley Field, Pensacola, FL and NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in the U.S. Navy, and Santa Fe, NM in the FAA Flight Service Specialist in El Paso, TX. Santa Fe, NM and Lubbock, TX Air Traffic Tower and Radar Approach Controller in Lubbock, TX and San Antonio, TX