Xonar® empowers security personnel with state-of-the-art screening technology that leverages machine learning and artificial intelligence to minimize human error and maximize throughput and accuracy.
When security teams are more engaged and respected, and better equipped to ensure patrons can enjoy themselves without fear or reservations, True Security exists.
True Security isn’t just the result of the power of our technology, True Security exists because of the people our technology empowers.
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Evaluated by event threat experts at NCS4
The National Center for Spectator Sports and Security at The University of Southern Mississippi evaluated Xonar TruePort’s ability to detect concealed weapons. The evaluation matrix covered a wide area of functions, including weapon detection, speed of detection, placement detection, alerts, wireless interface, event reporting, outcome reporting, and user interface. The overall composite score of 2.93, out of a possible 3.00, showed that all capabilities of Xonar TruePort were successfully demonstrated.
Designated by the US Department of Homeland Security
Xonar TruePort has been awarded the Development Testing and Evaluation (DT&E) Designation as a Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology by the US Department of Homeland Security.
Chairman and CEO
Hans Hufschmid is Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of Xonar Technology Inc. Prior to Xonar, Hans was a Founding Partner of AltB Partners LP, an alternative investment firm he sold in 2017. Hans founded GlobeOp Financial Services in 2000 with $13 million. Over the span of the next decade, GlobeOp grew organically to 2,500 employees across three continents, serving 200 clients representing $136 billion of assets under administration. GlobeOp was sold to SS&C Technologies in a $1 billion transaction in 2012.
Prior to founding GlobeOp, Hans was Principal at Long-Term Capital Management (LTCM) and co-head of the London office. He served on the risk management and management committee. Hans started his career at Salomon Brothers, working in New York and London, and he served as Global Head of Foreign Exchange Sales and Trading for his last 4 years. Hans was also a member of Salomon’s risk management committee. Hans is from a small town in Switzerland and moved to the United States to attend University of Southern California where he received a BS in Business (USC ’83) and a MBA from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA ’85).
Hans is actively involved with USC and has been a member of the USC President’s Leadership Council for the past seven years. He endowed the Jayne and Hans Hufschmid Chair in Strategic Public Relations and Business Communication, and has maintained an annual scholarship program for the USC Trojan’s Football Kicker since 2003. He also endowed the Hans Hufschmid Chair of Management at The Anderson School of Business at UCLA.
Hans is an avid runner and has finished 6 marathons around the world including Boston, Paris, and New York.
President & Chief Development Officer
Greg Freiberg is President and Chief Development Officer of Xonar Technology Inc. Prior to joining Xonar, Greg was Managing Director at Island Capital Group, a $5 billion private equity and special situations firm. Before Island Capital Group, Greg worked at Coatue Management, a $60+ billion technology focused hedge fund and private equity platform. Greg also worked at Perry Capital, a multi-strategy hedge fund.
Greg has a passion for performing arts and has been a member of the Screen Actors Guild since 2009. He sits on the Board of Directors (Chair, Development Committee) of Urban Arts, a non-profit organization focused on closing the achievement gap through the intersection of technology, education, and art.
Greg graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a BA in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics in the College of Arts and Sciences and a minor in Consumer Psychology from the Wharton School.
Chief Operating Officer
Ira Rosenblum is Chief Operating Officer of Xonar Technology Inc. Prior to joining Xonar, Ira served as co-founder and COO of AltB Partners LP, an alternative investment manager. Prior to that, he was co-founder and a member of the management committee of GlobeOp Financial Services from 2000 to 2012. Before founding GlobeOp, Ira served as director of security operations and treasury management at Long-Term Capital Management (LTCM) from 1993 to 2000.
Prior to LTCM, Ira managed operations at the New York offices of Salomon Brothers from 1987 to 1993 and L.F. Rothschild, Unterberg, Towbin from 1983 to 1987.
Andrea Dulberg is General Counsel of Xonar Technology Inc. Prior to joining Xonar, Andrea was General Counsel of AltB Partners LP, an alternative investment management firm. Prior to AltB, she was General Counsel of GlobeOp Financial Services, a hedge fund administrator. Andrea served as securities, corporate governance, and compliance counselor for more than 30 years. She was Chief Counsel at International Paper, where her responsibilities included all SEC reporting and advising the board of directors on corporate governance and compliance matters. Prior to that, Andrea worked in a variety of positions of increasing responsibility at Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc., including corporate secretary and roles in global debt origination, asset-based financing, acquisitions, and divestitures. Prior to Merrill Lynch, Andrea served as Vice President and Senior Counsel at Citigroup overseeing the legal aspects of Citigroup’s asset securitization, debt, and equity offerings. Andrea began her career representing corporations and underwriters at the law firm of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft.
Andrea has a passion for writing short stories and screenplays and is actively involved in refugee resettlement efforts in Westchester County, NY. She is also a volunteer teacher for financial literacy in after-school programs throughout New York City.
Andrea earned a BA in economics and political science from Binghamton University, a JD from the University of Michigan Law School, and attended Harvard Business School’s executive education program on corporate governance.
Chief Financial Officer
Gus Nunziata is Chief Financial Officer of Xonar Technology Inc. Prior to Xonar, Gus served as a Managing Director at JPMorgan Chase. Gus has over 35 years of experience in Accounting, Finance Operational Risk, and Project Management. While at JPMorgan, he served as a member of a global management team reporting to the Executive Committee that implemented a strategic firm-wide solution for an oversight & control function that adhered to regulatory standards.
Prior to JP Morgan, Gus was a Senior Managing Director at Bear Stearns & Co. He served as the Global head of the Control & Management Reporting, as well as the Shared Services division. Gus started his career at Salomon Brothers working in the New York and Tokyo offices. He was a member of the team that successfully launched Salomon Brothers as a member of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Gus has a passion for sports and is an avid collector of sports memorabilia. Gus also wrote a book, Fantasy Sports Online for Dummies. He has been an active member of various Boards.
Gus graduated from Pace University with a BS in Accounting. He has held various FINRA licenses including Series 7, 24 and 99.
Will Jack is a member of Xonar’s Advisory Board. Will is a machine learning engineer and venture capitalist with a focus on converting research advancements into commercial opportunities. He has invested in several deep tech companies that embody this vision, including Commonwealth Fusion Systems, Energy Vault, and Forever Oceans.
Will holds an SB in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT. He has a diverse professional background, having been the CEO of Remedy, a company that developed machine learning models for healthcare applications. His experience also spans roles at SpaceX, the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab, and machine learning consultancy work for the US Army. Additionally, he worked on HBO’s show Silicon Valley, helping them accurately satirize startup culture in the region.
Professor Kamal Sarabandi is a member of Xonar’s Advisory Board. Kamal is the Fawwaz T. Ulaby Distinguished University Professor of EECS and the Rufus S. Teesdale Endowed Professor of Engineering at The University of Michigan. His research areas of interest include microwave and millimeter-wave radar remote sensing, Meta-materials, electromagnetic wave propagation, antenna miniaturization, and bio-electromagnetics. Professor Sarabandi has supervised 64 Ph.D. and numerous Masters students and postdoctoral fellows. He has published a text book, many book chapters, more than 335 papers in refereed journals, and more than 775 conference papers. He, together with his students, are recipients of 35 paper awards. Dr. Sarabandi served as a member of NASA Advisory Council for two consecutive terms (2006-2010) and served as the President of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (2015-2016).
He is the past Chair of Commission F of USNC/URSI and serves as a member of the AdCom for the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society. He led numerous NASA projects and served as a member of the Science Team for NASA SMAP mission. He also led a major Center for Microelectronics and Sensors funded by the Army Research Laboratory (2008-2018) and is leading the Center of Excellence in Microwave Sensor Technology.
His contributions to the field of electromagnetics have been recognized by many awards including Humboldt Research Award, the IEEE GRSS Distinguished Achievement Award, the IEEE Judith A. Resnik medal, the IEEE GRSS Education Award, NASA Group Achievement Award, and many other awards from the University of Michigan. He is a Fellow of the IEEE, a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), and a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors. Professor Sarabandi is a member of the National Academy of Engineering.
Howard Chatzinoff is a member of the Xonar’s Advisory Board. Howard was a Senior Partner at Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, a global law firm, where he co-chaired the Transactions Practice.
Howard retired from the practice of law at the end of 2020, having spent his entire 43-year legal career at Weil. He represented buyers, sellers, targets and joint venture partners in a wide range of M&A transactions across a broad swath of industries. The clients he worked with included, among many others, General Electric, Westinghouse, CBS, NBC, Discovery Communications, Apple, Molson, Monumental Sports & Entertainment, GlobeOp Financial Services, Cardinal Health and Elizabeth Arden. He advised management, boards of directors, shareholders, senior executives, financing sources and financial advisors.
Howard was consistently recognized in Chambers USA, Chambers Global, Legal 500 US, Best Lawyers in America and IFLR1000. He was also listed in the “Hall of Fame” by Legal 500 US.
Howard has been involved for over 20 years with PENCIL, a New York City education not-for-profit that implements hands-on, immersive programs that connect New York City public school students to success by opening their minds and eyes to what’s possible, and opening doors to their futures. Howard is a long-time member of the Board of Directors of PENCIL, having served as its Board Chair from 2013 to 2019; he currently is Chair Emeritus of the organization.
Throughout his career, Howard enjoyed mentoring colleagues. Since his retirement, he has been mentoring entrepreneurs and advising early-stage businesses, drawing upon the business experience and judgment he accumulated during his legal career. He wistfully describes his mentorship role as loosely modeled after the role played by Robert DeNiro (opposite Anne Hathaway) in the 2015 movie “The Intern”.
Howard has an engineering degree from Princeton University and attended the University of Virginia School of Law.
Vice President of Security Solutions
Dan Mathis Jr. serves as Vice President of Security Solutions at Xonar Technology Inc. With 33 years in the public safety and security domain, his expertise includes law enforcement, critical incident management, problem-oriented policing, and global safety and security protocols. Recognized for his contributions to venue safety and security, Dan has led safety and security training initiatives in Israel and Jordan under the U.S. Department of State.
His career includes an 8-year term as Deputy Sheriff at Orange County Sheriff’s Office where he was a member of the emergency response team, and 13 years as a Major Crimes Detective with the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office. Before his role at Xonar, Dan was the Senior Chief of Safety and Security at the David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts.
Dan’s competencies encompass armament, emergency preparedness, security screening, crowd control, and building collaborative ties between the private sector and law enforcement agencies. He is focused on refining security procedures, ensuring safety, and contributing to the security sector’s prudent development with new AI-based security screening technologies. Dan holds a B.S. in Public Administration and Criminal Justice from Florida A&M University and a Master’s in Critical Incident and Emergency Management from Saint Leo University. Dan is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) as recognized by ASIS, and a graduate of the AVMA-Academy of Venue Safety and Security.