Fatigue Science is a leader in fatigue-related risk management and human performance optimization
Fatigue Science is the leading provider of predictive fatigue analytics and human performance insights for mining, heavy industry, and transportation. Headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, we provide organizations a 360º Fatigue Management Platform, delivering historical, real-time, and forecasted insights into workforce fatigue powered by Machine Learning. Our solution is built on scientifically-validated biomathematical models that quantify and predict the effects of sleep disruption on reaction time and cognitive effectiveness, key elements of fatigue. High performance organizations use our software to optimize operations, reduce risk, and increase productivity — both at an individual- and enterprise-level. With a proven return on investment and significant traction in heavy industry, military, and elite sports, Fatigue Science serves cutting-edge organizations who understand the importance of sleep as well as the value of data-driven decision-making.
Adam Vander Burgt
Scientific Advisory Board
Dr. Ian Dunican, Ph.D (Chair)
MMineEng, MBA, GCASSc. Director of Melius Consulting. 20+ years Scientific & Operational Experience advising in health, safety, environment, and human performance in military, mining, rail, oil & gas, utilities, and elite athletics
Dr. Brandon Marcelo, Ph.D
Dr. Myriam Juda, Ph.D.
Dr. David Flower, MD
Board of Directors
Laurie Wallace (Chair)
Laurie is a serial entrepreneur who has launched and led a number of companies to successful exits. His first business, Datum Telegraphic, generated one of the highest returns ever in BC for an angel-backed company. Laurie was the executive chair for both Partnerpedia (acquired by BMC Software) and Recon Instruments (acquired by Intel). Both deals provided handsome returns to their investors. He currently invests and sits on the board and chairs a number of Western Canadian technology companies.
Recognized for bringing the first consumer heads-up display technology to the market, Dan’s a pioneer in consumer wearable technology and smart eyewear. As Recon Instruments’ CEO, he remains in the forefront of providing athletes with real-time, customizable data direct-to-eye. In 2014, Recon partnered with Motorola to enter the public safety market, enabling Smart Policing through their technologies.
Michael was one of the earliest shareholders at Fatigue Science and has been active supporter and contributor. In 1992, Michael founded a public accounting firm specializing in providing business and planning advice to the Canadian medical community.
With over 25 years of leadership, business and market development, operations, corporate finance and M&A experience, Andrew brings a great depth of experience and knowledge to his position as President and CEO of Fatigue Science. Andrew has held senior management positions in large, medium and startup companies and has a proven track record as a strategic leader including planning, implementing and leading strategic exits, and leading M&A, operational best practice, restructuring, rapid growth, and change management initiatives.