Founder and Chairman of the Board
Dmitri is the Founder and Chairman of the Board at InnaLabs®. Dmitri has extensive experience in operations management, marketing, corporate strategy, sales, software services and high technology devices.
He has a proven track record in international business development and new product implementation in software and gyroscope device world market delivering outstanding
returns on invested capital and building successful teams. Dmitri has developed a new branch of the revolutionary technology of gyros (CVG), which changed the overall picture of the field of navigation.
CEO and General Manager
As the CEO and General Manager of InnaLabs® John is responsible for leading the development and execution of the company’s long term strategy.
John joined the senior management team at InnaLabs® in February 2012 as VP of Manufacturing and was appointed General Manager in September 2013.
John brings decades of world class manufacturing and international business experience to InnaLabs®.
He has a strong background in leading teams in fast-paced growth environments and is responsible for all aspects of InnaLabs business planning for the Dublin manufacturing facility.
Chief Technology Officer
José Beitia is Chief Technology Officer for InnaLabs® and the product designer for the CVG Gyroscope.
Jose joined InnaLabs® to bring to market the theoretical CVG designs that InnaLabs had developed.
Prior to joining InnaLabs® Jose worked for 15 years with Sagem in France as their corporate expert in vibrating gyroscopes.
Jose is the designer of the Quapason gyroscope, one of the leading vibrating gyros on the market today.
Jose is a recognised industry leader in vibrating gyroscopes and is the holder of 8 patents relating to Gyroscope design.
He is a regular contributor to industry leading scientific conferences and conventions.
Vice President Quality
James joined InnaLabs® in March 2012 and assumed the role of Head of Quality after establishing the infrastructure and work environment
at the InnaLabs Headquarters in Dublin, Ireland.
James’ role is to ensure that the processes needed for the Quality Management System (QMS) are established, implemented and maintained.
He reports on the performance of the QMS and any need for improvement; promotes the awareness of customer requirements throughout the organisation and liaises
with external assessment bodies on all matters related to the QMS accreditation process.
James has over 20 years of success and expertise in medical device quality management systems and information technology operations.