Mr. Denning is a Manager with DELTAWRX with more than twenty-five years of public and private sector experience in management, strategic planning, engineering, research, and project execution. Most recently, he has been serving as the technical and operational subject matter expert for agencies as they replace and upgrade legacy proprietary radio systems to systems based on the P-25 standard. Prior to joining DELTAWRX, Mr. Denning spent six years as the Public Safety Chief Information Officer for the City of Boston Massachusetts.
In his capacity at the City of Boston, Mr. Denning was the lead technology officer for Boston’s public safety agencies. He was responsible for the development of a long-term strategic IT plan for the City including replacement of the City’s legacy multi-agency Computer Aided Dispatch system, and many upgrades and enhancements to the Boston area’s mission critical voice and data networks to include narrowbanding and rebanding of the City’s missions critical voice systems, the upgrade of the City’s 4.1 SmartNet system to ASTRO25 and the deployment of an eight site Project25 Phase II TDMA 700MHz simulcast system to support local, state and federal agencies in the Boston Area.
Prior to Mr. Denning’s entry into the public sector, he was Research Scientist, Member of Research Staff and Principal Engineer at HP Labs, Intel, Compaq and Digital Equipment Corporation. He has published numerous technical papers, and has secured or has pending several patents in the areas of wireless communications, sensor technologies and computer architecture. All of his inventions are currently being used in the communications, sensor and medical device sectors.
Mr. Denning is a member of numerous professional and philanthropic organizations including the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials.