Current Whereabouts
I am currently CEO of a venture backed, stealth mode, early stage concern and a founder of multiple pilot and technology activities (e.g., Void Pointer Technologies). I am always open to queries from people looking to get involved in something new and potentially impactful. I am also always happy to hear from people with interesting ideas, investors looking for input, and people who want to move their own technology forward to create impact. The time has never been better and there have never been more opportunities or mechanisms to find customers.

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The time has never been better to create impact with technology, be it large or small.
Tom Wagner is the CEO of an early stage concern, a founder of multiple pilot activities, and serves as an advisor to small companies and universities. Prior to his current engagements, Wagner had the privilege of serving as the Chief Technology Officer of iRobot. iRobot is a publically traded company and recognized world leader in robots for the automated home, defense and industry, and telepresence. iRobot also maintains a rich and active technology portfolio in key areas of robotics. Prior to becoming CTO, Wagner served as vice president and technical director. Prior to joining iRobot, Wagner served as a program manager at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the research and development agency of the U.S. Department of Defense, where he managed programs in artificial intelligence, robotics, communications, command and control, tele-health, connected devices, and connected intelligent assistants. Earlier in his career, Wagner served as a principal lead at Honeywell, a professor at the University of Maine, and in leadership and advisory roles in small & startup companies. Early career positions include General Motors and other various and sundry places and functions from databases to manufacturing backpacks. He holds a Ph.D. in computer science and artificial intelligence from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.