Aaron Crumm named president of Ultra Electronics Adaptive Materials: The Ann Arbor-based Adaptive Materials business of England’s Ultra Electronics has named Aaron Crumm president. Crumm previously served as the company’s chief technology officer. He developed AMI’s fuel cell technology and co-founded the company. He assumes this leadership position from his wife, former AMI chief business officer Michelle Crumm, who remains with the company in an advisory role. Crumm will report directly to Phil Evans, divisional managing director of aircraft and vehicle systems, Ultra Electronics. Ultra Electronics acquired Adaptive Materials on Dec. 31. AMI is the first company to develop, demonstrate and deliver a portable, affordable, and fuel flexible solid oxide fuel cell system. The company offers 50 and 250-watt fuel cell systems that are powered by globally available and energy dense propane, butane and LPG. Adaptive Materials’ fuel cell system provides portable power to the United States Armed Forces as well as industries including leisure, remote monitoring, and medical devices. For more information, visit www.adaptivematerials.com.
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