Semper Valens Leadership
Chris RobinsonExecutive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
Chris Robinson joined Semper Valens Solutions in 2014 as the Chief Technology Officer. He provides the technical direction for the company, mentoring to our technical staff, and hands on execution to multiple programs.
Mr. Robinson is a disabled Army Veteran having served as an Imagery Analyst in the Military Intelligence Corp with focus on the ARMY TENCAP systems. For the last 15 years, Mr. Robinson has provided technical direction, mentoring, system architecting, hardware, software, networking, and storage support to Army and Air Force customers throughout the world. Starting in 2001, Mr. Robinson, as a Northrop Grumman FSR, supported operations of the DCGS-AF mission. After 4 years on the project, Mr. Robinson led a technical team that had started at three (3) personnel running a single operational mission to twenty-three (23) engineers running four (4) missions concurrently. His success in the project led him to join the QRC DCGS-A team known as JIOC-I. Mr. Robinson was part of the primary team responsible for building the hardware component for JOIC-I, deploying the system in 2005 into Camp Slayer, Iraq. In 2006, Mr. Robinson joined the SAIC team as a site lead responsible for the software of the JIOC-I system. Mr. Robinson spent the next 8 years supporting DCGS-A with SAIC/Leidos as the SME of the DCGS-A Fixed Sites and DCGS-A Fusion Brain.