About the K-VEST Team » Leadership
Brian Vermilyea / CEO - General Manager

Brian joined K-Motion Interactive as Technology Operations Manager in 2003. Quickly promoted to Director of Operations, he was instrumental in the organization's growth from a subsidized start-up to a leader in providing innovative, real-time wireless motion analysis technologies. Brian assembled and directed a dynamic industry-leading team across industrial engineering, supplier planning, purchasing, and manufacturing, overseeing all aspects of product development, from prototype to production. He initiated and delivered environmental testing and compliance certifications for the U.S., Canada, European Union, Australia, Japan, and Korea. As general manager in 2008, Brian developed and managed global sales and distribution of the organization's products and services.

Appointed CEO in 2009, his vision, leadership skills, and ability to attract top-flight people have continued to allow K-Motion to produce several successful products. Brian received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from Arizona State University, W.P. Carey School of Business.

Erik Herter / Chief Technology Officer

Erik Herter is the Chief Technology Officer for K-Motion Interactive. He has been instrumental in the evolutionary design and development of the company's core product, K-VEST, while pushing the boundaries of the engineering team by continually creating innovative software technologies to meet todays constantly changing market. His leadership capabilities, technical insight and programming background provide the perfect complement to KMI's strategic business vision.

Erik's extensive background in information technology is critical to his oversight of KMI's development team and the organization's next generation applications. He is responsible for setting the tone and direction of the company's future technological plans. His unique expertise includes monitoring new technologies and accurately assessing their potential to become new products or services.

Prior to joining KMI., Erik's professional career included; web master and instructor for adult education courses focusing on Microsoft Office, Photoshop, and Website design, as well as computer lab facilitator. Erik holds a degree in Computer Information Systems.

Tim Suzor / Director of New Business Development

Tim has over 17 years of experience as a Class A PGA Teaching Professional, specializing in swing efficiency and movement pattern assessment. Tim spent 10-years as the Director of Instruction at the Marriott Camelback Golf club, which emerged as the Kinetic Golf Academy. Later, Tim co-found Kinetic Golf 360, a golf performance center designed to integrate instruction, fitness, physical therapy, and mental performance. His extensive golf knowledge and business experience allows K-Motion Interactive to grow and remain competitive by identifying, assessing, and developing new business opportunities for K-Motion Interactive.

Tim graduated from Ferris State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing and an emphasis on Professional Golf Management.

Tony Morgan / Director of Sales and Marketing

Tony Morgan is a Class A PGA Professional who specializes in swing efficiency improvement. As a Managing Partner for K-VEST, he oversees the company's product development and educational division, including the implementation of programs designed to drive swing efficiency awareness. With over 16 years of experience, Tony has helped develop the K-VEST Level I & Level II certification programs, focusing on the effective analysis and real-world improvement of swing biomechanics. His educational programs are supported by a comprehensive understanding of technology, motor learning, 3D swing analysis, physical screenings and golf-specific training programs designed to maximize performance. In additional to his role at K-Motion Interactive, Tony has been featured on the Golf Channel, ESPN radio, and has spoken at many PGA section educational seminars. He has presented at the 2012 World Scientific Congress of Golf and the 2014 New England PGA Teaching Summit and was recently invited to speak at the 2014 Australian National Coaching Summit.

Lou Catanzaro / Sr. UI/UX Designer

Lou Catanzaro, an incredibly talented artist and designer and UI/UX master, has been part of several award winning product development teams, leading many talented developers to create some of today's most forward thinking forms of interactive media. Lou is a visionary and visual arts leader, pushing limitations to fully engage people with today's most ubiquitous and dynamic forms of new media. During a time of fast moving technology and changing consumer behaviour, Lou has been keen to understand the pulse of online communities around the world who are embracing the social web like never before. It has been said, that "prompt action is worth 1,000 words" and Lou is no stranger to quickly engaging and empowering creative individuals to bring the best of what can be imagined to life on today's top devices and platforms for markets around the world. He lives with his wife and three daughters in Nashua, NH.

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Each wireless K-SENSOR is actually a package of nine, smaller sensors. Combined, these state-of-the-art sensors precisely and accurately measure the motion in 3 dimensions. In fact, the sensors are so accurate and durable, the US military deploys them for simulation training and research.
  • Precise, lightweight motion tracking sensors
  • Weigh less than 2 ounces (less than a golf ball)
  • Transmits accurate and precise 3D body motion data to a laptop receiver
  • Combination of accelerometers, gyros, and magnetometers
  • Military-grade accuracy and durability
  • Made in the U.S.A.