Vasilis has more than 35 years of experience in system and software engineering for enterprise and real-time systems. As an Airforce officer, he led the team that designed and developed the national part of the Hellenic Airforce’s Command & Control system (ACCS). Later, after entering the private sector, he worked as Chief software engineer and project manager for companies involved in the implementation of large-scale ICT projects addressing commercial, government and defence/security sectors.
In 2016, Vasilis (as Chief Designer & Project Manager) successfully designed, implemented and delivered a high-end extensive security system with MIL-STD requirements on a military airfield in Greece, integrating a plethora of diverse devices and subsystems to a single Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) system with remarkable Command & Control features. He has, extensive hands-on experience in many programming languages and is actively exercising software development to this date.
Konstantinos (Kostas) Paslis
Konstantinos is a Civil infrastructure Designer with extensive knowledge in Project Management processes and Scrum methodology. With more than 20 years of experience, he has been engaged in Railway, Metro, Motorway and Light Rail projects in Southeastern Europe, Middle East, and North America. He has participated in interdisciplinary Design Teams having the role of Team Leader, Project Designer, Project Manager, Scrum Master, 3D visualizer, In-house Software Trainer and Design Checker.
Nick specializes in intelligent transportation systems (ITS) project management, including the design and engineering, installation supervision, testing, integration and commissioning, and system support and software maintenance of toll/revenue systems. He is actively involved in the design and implementation of real-time electronic payment systems for tolling operations. He has been the Project Manager for several systems IBI Group has supplied to motorway concessions in Greece.
He was also part of the OneIBI Quality Task Force, helping with the delivery of recommendations for the development and implementation of a Quality Management Program across the firm. He is currently involved in business development and management of deployment projects, as well as systems support and software maintenance.
Jannis Nassoulis has more then 18 years of experience in the infrastructure construction and transportation industry. After he successfully managed the design, installation, testing and commissioning of the first large scale ITS project in Greece, he was involved in motorway operations undertaking the role of the Tunnel Safety Officer of the Athens ring road. He coordinated large scale exercises and fire tests in tunnels.
In 2007, Jannis organized the operation and maintenance of the 230km long motorway concession project, Aegean Motorway, as Chief Operations Officer. Holding the position of the COO for nine years, he managed a major operational crisis involving a dramatic rockfall incident, resulting to longlasting international arbitration procedures, legal disputes and claims. He also actively participated in a successful project restructuring process, necessary to mitigate severe problems resulting from the Greek financial crisis, earning serious experience in PPP project financing, contractual arrangements and negotiation practices.
Antulio Richetta has a Master of Science in Transportation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and specializes in ITS, Motorway Concessions, Toll and Motorway Management Systems, Information Technology Applied to Transportation Systems, Intermodal Systems and Transport Systems Analysis.
Antulio is currently responsible for several Motorway Concession Toll, Motorway Management and Communications Systems deployments in Greece and as part of his ITS-related experience, he has led key projects in several cities worldwide including the Athens Traffic Management and Signal Study for the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, the Automated Traffic Violations Administering and Monitoring in Saudi Arabia, and the Beirut Traffic Management Program.
His technical experience extends to areas of the Transportation sector, where he was responsible for the Attiki Region Public Transport Masterplan, and Airport Masterplan projects for Santorini and Tripoli in Greece.