The GTS Leadership Team

Larry Murray
Founder, Chairman and CEO  

Founder of GTS, Larry has more than 30 years of experience as a CEO of successful technology companies. He also served as a U.S. Army officer, supporting space technology development efforts at the U.S. Army Missile Command, and later as an officer in Southeast Asia. From working in a leading research laboratory, to field experience in the military, and while working in the aeronautical and space industries, he realized that limits in battery power inhibited promising technological advancements. He saw the opportunity to use emerging battery and charger technologies to enable innovations, and increase productivity for business, government and medical applications. Larry holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering, a Juris Doctor degree from Boston University, and a commercial pilot’s license. He is also licensed to practice law in Massachusetts.

Danny Rockett

Danny Rockett
Vice President of Manufacturing and Technology 

Serving as leader of the GTS technical team, Danny has more than 30 years of battery expertise in plant management, manufacturing, engineering, product design and applications with General Electric, Energizer and Nexergy. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical mechanical engineering from the University of North Carolina.

Lou Marchany

Lou Marchany
Vice President and Chief Financial Officer 

Lou brings 20+ years of strategic business, financial leadership and general management experience to GTS. He has served in senior and executive roles with technology companies, particularly in business-to-business (B2B) market verticals encompassing software, services, telecommunications, medical and mobile devices. Lou’s direct experience spans early stage ventures through large market cap public corporations. He holds an MBA and B.S. in Management from Bentley University.

Driss Aloui

Driss Alaoui
OEM Program Manager and Sales Professional  

Driss has more than 10 years of hardware, software and mobile power management experience in the medical device, robotics and life sciences industries. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, and an MBA from Northeastern University, with a major in High Technology Management and a minor in Healthcare. Fluent in English, French and Arabic, Driss also manages GTS operations in Europe. Ideally suited to provide support to our customers on multiple levels, Driss is a former member of the Moroccan national basketball team.

Aaron Lin

Aaron Lin
Managing Director, Product Development & Manufacturing  

Aaron manages all aspects of the GTS product portfolio along with OEM customer relationships. He is responsible for product design, planning and executing new product development and manufacturing, and meeting project milestones and customer requirements. Aaron holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Tamkang University in Taipei, Taiwan, and an MBA from the University of Florida. He divides his time between GTS facilities in West Palm Beach, FL and Taipei, Taiwan.

Ting Yang Chang

Ting-Yang (Today) Chang
Senior Engineering Design & Manufacturing Coordinator 

Today has 18 years’ experience in battery and charger design. This includes extensive experience in lithium battery safety circuit, fuel gauge, EEPROM, MCU and power bank design. The holder of a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Minghsin University of Science and Technology, Today is located in the GTS Taipei, Taiwan design and manufacturing facility.

Steve Mu

Steve Mu
Supply Chain Manager 

Steve has more than 8 years of solid experience working with international supply chains. He is a proficient project manager in engineering programs for NPI and sustaining products. Steve has a B.S. in Industrial Engineering & Engineering Management from Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, and an M.S. in Industrial & Systems Engineering from the University of Florida. He is located at the GTS West Palm Beach, FL facility.

Boris Tsenter

Dr. Boris Tsenter
Senior Technical Advisor 

Boris has been one of the world’s leading minds in the fields of battery and energy technology development for several decades. GTS has looked to him for technical leadership and guidance for many years, and we have collaborated on issues that make our products perform better and our customers more productive.

This holder of PhD. and Doctor of Science degrees in electrochemistry and math from the St. Petersburg Technological University in Russia, Boris received the highest award for technology achievement from the Russian government for his pioneering work on developing energy sources for space satellites. He has been a U.S. citizen for more than 30 years.

Dr. Tsenter is the holder of more than 100 patents and has authored numerous books and publications on electrochemistry, batteries, fuel cells and energy conversion. His invention of the rechargeable nickel–hydrogen battery (NiH2) is notable because of its extraordinarily long life: the cells handle more than 20,000 charge cycles with very high energy efficiency. They are the choice for the storage of electrical energy in satellites and space probes such as the Hubble Space Telescope.

Dr. Tsenter’s new “Li-water Technology” now under development has the potential to be disruptive in the energy storage markets, because it is a safer and more powerful alternative to current cells. We look forward to integrating it into GTS products as soon as development and field testing are completed.