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Bob Marshall co-founded AWS in 1992 and currently serves as company president and CEO. Marshall pioneered the networking of weather instrumentation and cameras using the Internet. He parlayed this capability into the single, largest network of weather stations and Internet cameras in the world. Marshall is responsible for the business strategy and operations of the company, and has led AWS to become one of the largest private weather media companies by building a series of unique and profitable business units.
Outside AWS, Marshall currently serves as chairman of the Committee on Technology Education (COTE) in the state of Maryland, under the Maryland Business Roundtable for Education (MBRT). The COTE committee is responsible for the development, implementation and monitoring of the "Maryland Plan for Technology in Education." Marshall also serves on the Advisory Board for The Johns Hopkins University Center for Technology in Education, a premier educational technology research organization.
Prior to launching AWS, Marshall served as a program manager and lead engineer at BBN (formerly Bolt, Beranek and Newman, the company credited with starting the Internet) on a number of advanced military sensor, signal processing and networking programs.
Marshall is a cum laude graduate of the University Of Maryland College of Engineering.