Mr. Tolly received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with an aerospace concentration from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. He is an experienced mechanical and electromechanical designer. Mr. Tolly’s expertise includes robotics, automation, micro-coding, software/firmware programming, CAD and drawing production. He has been integral to many of Wolf’s development projects. In fact, he was the principal designer on the robot arm that was developed for NAVSEA, which underwent successful testing in Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, developing the mechanical system, the optical system and the motion control system, as well as the embedded software for real time operation and the graphical user interface. He conducted much of the mechanical design and coded many of the real time processes in the WIMS system, as well as the interactive graphical user interface He was also integral to the development and successful test of the energy-absorbing UMARS restraint system for the Australian Army. Finally, he has designed real time test equipment for automated testing of many of Wolf’s military products.