Adam Weiner leads Booz Allen’s Navy Surface and Undersea Warfare Centers business, providing engineering and management services in areas ranging from platform vulnerability, artificial intelligence, directed energy, and sensor fusion to mechanical design, rapid prototyping, and reverse engineering.
Adam also leads the firm’s biometrics, forensics, and human signatures work, developing innovative identification capabilities for defense, federal law enforcement, intelligence, and commercial clients. In addition, he leads the firm’s custom electronics and fabrication business, overseeing engineering activity to develop devices, platforms, and mechanical systems for client missions across the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security.
Based in our Westborough, Massachusetts, office, Adam has more than 25 years of experience in biometrics and human identification, data exploitation, software development, and hardware engineering. He has provided complex systems development and mission support for federal, military, and commercial clients.
Prior to his current role, Adam worked for the U.S. Government supporting the development and deployment of multiagency crisis management mission systems. Earlier in his career, he developed high-reliability portfolio and trading systems for investment, merger, and acquisition firms in major U.S. financial centers.
Adam is a member of the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the Old Crows Association. He earned his bachelor’s in computer science from Syracuse University.