Scott Hill is the Vice President of Operations at CurAegis Technologies. He is responsible for overseeing product deployment, logistics, feature requests, testing, customer acquisition, and ongoing customer support within the company’s CURA (Circadian User Risk Assessment) division.
Scott’s career spans 45 years and includes expertise in strategic and logistical planning. He was the Executive Vice President of Operations at Pictometry. In this role, he oversaw the full range of Pictometry operations which produced approximately $45 million in products annually. Operations is the manufacturing component of Pictometry and includes the following:
Production – capture of domestic images with 80+ aircraft. Processing – turning 25 million images a year into a final product and Customer Technical Services which includes delivery of products, training of customers and technical support. Scott started working for Pictometry in 1996 and was the 8th full time employee when the company had no products, no customers, and no sales. The company sold in July 2015 for $750M and currently has 250 employees in Rochester, New York.
Prior to joining Pictometry, he worked in local government and law enforcement, serving as Captain and the commanding officer of a large, high crime precinct for the Rochester, New York Police Department. Prior assignments included commanding officer of the Investigative Support Section, providing oversight to the Crime Scene Technicians Unit, Arson Squad, and the Crime Analysis Unit. As commanding officer of the Research and Evaluation Section, Scott directed the development of the first digital mug shot system for law enforcement in the nation. He also served as accreditation manager for the department when it became the 56th accredited police department in the nation.
For over 13 years, Scott also served as the commanding officer of the department's Underwater Search and Rescue Squad and was the assessor for the National Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.
Scott is an accomplished photographer with expertise in aerial, land, and underwater photography. He has been published in several publications, including National Geographic which featured a process he developed to construct a photo mosaic of a 19th century underwater shipwrecked horse-powered ferryboat he discovered in Lake Champlain. His article and photographs appeared in the October 1989 issue of National Geographic.
Scott has a bachelor’s degree from Northeastern University.