U.S. Army Brigadier General (Retired) Leo A. Brooks Jr. Joins Uptake as Advisor



CHICAGO, October 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Uptake today announced the appointment of the U.S. Army Brigadier General (Retired) Leo A. Brooks Jr. as an advisor. As Uptake deepens its engagement with the Department of Defense, Brooks will provide strategic leadership and vision on the deployment of industrial AI and analytics to protect national security interests, increase mission readiness and improve the security of combatants.

“We are honored to welcome General Brooks. During his twenty-seven years of distinguished service to our nation, he has built and led integrated operations across the military,” said Kayne grau, CEO, Adoption. “His national security expertise and experience in strengthening public-private partnerships to enable digital transformation within the federal government will enable Uptake to better equip the US military with information that improves operational efficiency and troop security. “

Prior to his retirement from the U.S. Army in 2006, Gen. Brooks served in the Pentagon as Deputy Director of the Army Staff, Office of the Chief of Staff, where he coordinated support to army missions and combat commands in the global war on terror. Earlier in his career, General Brooks commanded units across the military, including as deputy commanding general of the 1st Armored Division in Germany and commander of the cadets at the United States Military Academy. For his exceptional leadership, General Brooks received the Army Distinguished Service Model in 2006 and the Army Freedom Team Secretary’s Award in 2007.

General Brooks then joined the Boeing Company. Within the leadership team of his defense activities, he was the main liaison with the Pentagon, NASA and the Department of Homeland Security. He most recently served as Vice President of Corporate Government Operations, Corporate Subsidiary Integration, where he optimized the coordination of Boeing’s subsidiaries, joint ventures and investment partners.

“As part of the federal mandate to accelerate the adoption of AI, the DoD has the opportunity to leverage easily actionable information on assets critical to the readiness of troops and frontline supply chains.” General Brooks said. “The safe and secure use of powerful commercial software like Uptake enables commanders and asset managers to better protect their time, money and, ultimately, through more reliable operation and maintenance of heavy equipment,” their troops. “

In addition to his new advisory role at Uptake, General Brooks sits on the boards of directors of Valiant Integrated Services, U.S. public television stations, and the District of Columbia College Access program. He is also Chairman of the Association of the United States Army Advisory Board Awards Committee and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

To learn more about how Uptake’s work improves equipment reliability, decision support, and combatant safety for the U.S. military, visit our Department of Defense page.

Uptake is the industrial intelligence system, which provides actionable information to operators in various industries. The adoption gives all departments (maintenance, reliability, operations and finance teams) a single, shared and contextualized view of every operational asset and interaction that affects performance. Inspired by powerful data science models and cloud computing, Uptake’s products deliver actionable insights that predict and prevent asset failures, increase compliance with ESG initiatives, mitigate catastrophic risks, optimize maintenance strategy, reduce repair costs, improve productivity and ensure operator safety. With over 40 patents and recognized for its leadership in industrial AI by Gartner, the World Economic Forum, CNBC and Forbes, Uptake is headquartered in Chicago with a presence in Canada, South America, Europe, India, and Australia. To stay up to date on what we do, visit us on www.uptake.com and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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