Kevin P. Bowen
Mr. Bowen is the Mentor for ABS under Raytheon’s Mentor-Protégé program started in September, 2010. Mr. Bowen is currently Program Manager/Engineering Fellow for Maritime Vehicle Technology Development and has performed Systems Engineering development on manned and unmanned Surface and Undersea Vehicles for 30 years. He has held lead technical and management positions in the development of Riverine Combat Craft C4ISR, Autonomous Unmanned Surface Vehicles, Diver Detection Interdiction Systems, External Combustion Engines, Renewable Energy Systems, Large Scale Vehicle, MK 30 ASW Training Target System, proprietary UUV’s and Submarine Payloads & Sensors. He has been a major contributor to the US Navy and Japanese Deep Submergence Rescue Vehicles design, operation, test and evaluation.
Kevin is Program Manager for Unmanned Surface Vehicle Technology Development and Diver Detection/ Intervention for Port Security. He is also Chief Engineer for UUV Propulsion Systems and Riverine Craft Combat System Architectures. Kevin was Technical Lead for Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUV's) and Lead Systems Engineer on the MK 30 ASW Training Target System.
Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI)
National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA)
ASTM Maritime Vehicle Standards Committee, Vice Chairman USV Maritime Regulations