Dr. Scott Littlefield headshot

Dr. Scott Littlefield

Vice President, Technologies

Dr. Scott Littlefield is the Vice President of Technologies for SSCI. It this role he directs SSCI’s research in areas including autonomy, machine learning, perception, and vehicle controls.  Scott joined Scientific Systems from the Georgia Tech Research Institute, where he managed programs in unmanned vehicle test and evaluation and collaborative autonomy for small unmanned aerial systems.  Prior to GTRI, Dr. Littlefield was a Program Manager in the Tactical Technology Office at DARPA, where he led the ACTUV and Hydra programs.  Prior to DARPA, Dr. Littlefield worked in several roles at the Office of Naval Research, and was the Director of Technology and Innovation at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division.  Scott has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan, M.P.A. from Harvard University, and D. Eng. in Engineering Management from George Washington University.