Aaron Hamilton serves as the Chief Technology Officer for GPS Logic, a software technology company based in Laguna Hills California. In this capacity Mr. Hamilton is the lead technology engineer responsible for all GPS fleet management and mobile data communications architecture and software.
Hamilton’s renown GPS fleet solutions and Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) software designs and mobile high speed Internet gateway platforms are in use across a spectrum of government organizations and commercial industries throughout the United States; including by Emergency Medical Services, Fire and Rescue Departments, law enforcement and private enterprises.
Hamilton’s unique background provided first hand experience for designing enterprise class fleet management systems. While in college and for several years afterwards, Aaron was employed as a paid call firefighter for the Orange County Fire Authority where he participated as a first responder to major incidents including complex rescue operations. He also served as an EMT and in dispatch and operations for one of the largest emergency medical service providers in California, and in later years operated as a helicopter pilot.
This experience coupled with Hamilton’s extensive education in computer engineering and programming knowledge provided the foundation for him to design intuitive software solutions for mobile asset deployment and management. Through GPS Logic, Hamilton’s software systems have been recognized by nationally known leaders from government and business for their cutting edge innovations and advancements in GPS fleet, web and mobile gateway technologies.
Governor Schwarzenegger appointed Hamilton to the California Emergency Medical Services Authority (EMSA) in recognition of Hamilton’s knowledge of GPS fleet management, sophisticated CAD system integration and mobile data communications. The EMS Authority is the lead agency responsible for coordinating California’s statewide medical response to disasters. Hamilton is the youngest appointee in the history of EMSA.
In his leadership role with EMSA, Hamilton will contribute his comprehensive understanding of mobile gateway communications and GPS vehicle location and deployment technologies to the oversight of disaster response and emergency services for the 30 million residents in California. Further, Hamilton will lend his expertise to the evaluation of the status of EMS communication systems in California and development of a statewide plan for EMS communication systems.
Hamilton is a graduate of the distinguished computer engineering department at the University of California, Irvine.