|Dr. Reik Winkel | Executive Officer
Reik founded indurad in 2008 after 5 years of applied R&D work in open cast lignite and underground coal mining at Peabody Energy in Australia and Weatherford in Norway. Reik questioned why operators in the mining industry are left controlling machines worth millions of dollars unaided, whereas the driver of a mid-class car has plenty of assistance. With the compiled knowledge of the maritime industry and automotive radar technology, he and his team developed a 360° radar solution for the mining industry.
Board of Directors
|Dr. Christian Augustin | Managing Director
Christian is an entrepreneur at heart. He co-founded indurad in 2008 and began performing business development work and commissioning jobs around the globe for the company. In 2017 he founded the indurad spinoff, Yardeye, repurposing indurad’s technologies to innovate intermodal terminals and currently serves as its managing director.
In March 2021, Christian assumed the role of managing director of indurad at the Aachen HQ, overseeing the general strategy to grow indurad’s business worldwide.
|Lex McArthur | Non-executive Director
Lex has 21 years of private equity experience and has supported and developed investment recommendations in over 40 technology companies. Prior to taking on his role of director with RCF Jolimont, he co-founded Jolimont Capital, a technology venture capital fund manager. Prior to founding Jolimont Capital, he was the founder and CEO of ADI, a technology seed investor, and CEO of Emerge CMC, a joint venture between Oracle, NEC, Telstra, and four major Australian universities.
His mining industry experience includes time as a Mining Engineer at Mt Isa in Queensland.
|Lyle Bruce | Non-executive Director
Lyle has 40 years of experience in the mining and processing industry, primarily working with the commercialization and implementation of technology throughout the industry. He is currently the Chair of METS Ignited, the Growth Centre for the METS Sector in Australia. Prior to joining Jolimont, he was CEO of GroundProbe, taking the company from university research to commercial success as the world leader in mine slope stability monitoring. Lyle has previously held roles with Mount Isa Mines and Rio Tinto and he was EY’s Australian Entrepreneur of the Year in 2006.