Katsutoshi Hasegawa, President
Katsutoshi joined eSOL, soon after graduating from Nippon Engineering College in 1982. Taking on various roles in Engineering and Management, he grew through the ranks, and was appointed to the Board of Directors in 1999. His rapport with the many members of the engineering teams provides a solid foundation to grow eSOL's systems business. In 2001, Katsutoshi was appointed to general manager of Solution Engineering Division, and was appointed to SeniorExecutive Vice President in January, 2005.
In March of 2013, he was appointed President. His vision and experience express the core values of future eSOL.
Nobuyuki "Bob" Ueyama, Executive Vice President
Bob graduated from Kyoto Industrial University and joined Nissin Electric Co., Ltd. where he specialized in Embedded Communication and Control Systems. He later went on to join Tokyo Electron and Innotech, where he successfully managed the Embedded Software Business, selling VxWorks, as well as playing an active part in pioneering the Silicon IP businesses. Prior to joining eSOL as a Director and GM of the EP Division in 2001, Bob was Representative Director of e-SIM Japan.
Masaki Gondo, CTO and Vice President
Masaki has more than 20 years of experience in the field of OS architecture and related technologies for use in wide range of embedded system applications including automotive, industrial, and electronic appliances. He has authored/co-authored multiple popular Japanese books and international articles on OS and embedded systems. He has given technical talks conferences in Japan and US. He also acts as WG member of AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform, Multicore Association SHIM Working Group chair, Vice-chair of Embedded Multicore Consortium, Chief Architect for AUBASS, visiting research fellow at Advanced Multicore Processor Research Institute at Waseda University, steering committee of TRON Forum, NEDO technical committee, among others.