Executive Team


Craig McLaren


Craig McLaren

As the visionary CEO and founder, Craig created the engineering, development, and production framework that set the stage for WOLF's present-day success and its future growth. By instituting an organic product development approach that begins with a focus on the customer's goals, Craig has ensured that WOLF's research and production are market-demand focused. With dozens of products that have been used in thousands of missions over air, land, sea, and in space, Craig has positioned WOLF's operational team to maximize the use and integration of rapidly emerging technologies from partners like NVIDIA, AMD, and Xilinx, to enhance the success of missions for years to come.

Craig founded WOLF Advanced Technology in 1999 (as Wolf Industrial Systems) specifically to focus on military-grade electronics for graphics processing. Prior to founding WOLF he was the owner of MICS Inc.



Greg Maynard


Greg Maynard
Chief Technology Officer

Greg joined WOLF in 1998 as Operations Manager and became responsible for day to day product development, production, and product management. With deep knowledge of WOLF's unique technical capabilities, Greg was promoted to Chief Technology Officer in 2016, and is a key executive that ensures strategic sales and engineering efforts are closely mapped to market demand. Greg drove key technical and operations advancements at WOLF including: the implementation of a materials requirements planning software platform, the use of custom field gate programmable arrays, the information technology infrastructure, materials handling procedures, the establishment of development software and tooling, and quality goals.



Terry Laviolette
V.P. of Engineering

Terry joined WOLF in 2014 as the Vice President of Engineering and is responsible for leading the design and development of video graphics solutions for rugged, embedded aerospace and defense applications. Terry's team is responsible for hardware schematic capture, low level software drivers and applications, extreme density PCB layout design, mechanical design and FPGA HDL firmware design. Terry came to WOLF from AMD, where he was Senior Director, Product Engineering and Project Management Office, heading up a team of over one hundred people. Terry is a contributing inventor of two patents for AMD including Method For Posting A Computer Having Multiple Video Adapters (#6964054), and Software Test System and Method (#6779134).




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