Farmington Hills, Michigan –(Business Wire)–Humanetics announced today that Roderick Verschut, who served in several key roles at Humanetics from 2004 to 2012, has returned to serve as Vice President, Global Safety Sales, reporting to Mark Westen, Humanetics President Safety. Roderick will also be responsible for Humanetics’ business development in Asia, reporting to Chris O’Connor, Humanetics CEO and President, to support the growth of the Safety, Digital and Sensors business units and partner development.
Prior to joining Humanetics, Roderick spent ten years in Kistler’s vehicle testing business unit leading sales, business development and product management teams.
Chris O’Connor, President and CEO of Humanetics, said: “We are delighted to welcome Roderick back to Humanetics. In fact, we think it is a huge compliment to the quality of the solutions we have developed. Roderick has a deep understanding of our solutions Client needs, and the solutions needed to deliver value. His knowledge of technology and our global clients will help ensure the quality of our delivery and execution for our clients.”
Roderick Verschut, incoming Vice President of Global Safety Sales, commented: “I am delighted to be returning to Humanetics. The team has a unique and enduring passion for their work and a relentless drive to make vehicles safer. Most importantly, we have A shared vision to provide customers with the best integrated portfolio of physical and digital crash test equipment supported by calibration, certification and software development services. Leveraging this fast and growing portfolio, I look forward to helping our customers deliver value-added solutions to address their day-to-day and strategic challenges.”
Mark Westen, President of Humanetics Safety, welcomed Roderick: “I look forward to working with Roderick. He has a deep understanding of the changing needs of customers, a passion for the integration of physical and simulation testing, and has established Great experience with a high performance team. We have big ambitions and Roderick will help us get there.”
Roderick will be based at the Humanetics facility in Heidelberg, Germany.
About Humanities (Website: https://www.humaneticsgroup.com/)
Humanetics is an industrial technology company and a leading supplier of engineering solutions for safety systems, crash test dummies (ATD), crash test equipment, simulation software, CAE models, precision sensors, fiber optics and cutting-edge laser materials. The group employs more than 950 people at 26 strategically located facilities around the world, with global corporate headquarters in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA.