Mr. Morris is responsible for the cooperative development of inventions & design solutions through the active interchange of ideas and concepts. Mr. Morris is also responsible for the mechanical engineering aspects of prototype design including stress and fatigue testing. As well, Mr. Morris oversees the manufacturing and procurement of mechanical components for prototype and test assemblies. An equal business partner and co-inventor of the ISD technology Mr. Elwood Morris is a professional Aerospace Engineer (PEO member) with whom a cooperative working relationship has existed for approximately 30 years.
Elwood Morris worked as a development engineer for Pratt and Whitney in Montreal and Mississauga after graduating with a BSc. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Manitoba in 1964. While at PWC, Elwood was involved in the development of the JT15D engine and customer liaison to Cessna, Learjet and Mitsubishi. Elwood was also part of the development team on the PT6, PW200, PW300 and PW500 series engines. Elwood was instrumental in setting up the Reliability Engineering department at PWC. After retiring from PWC in 1999, Elwood started a technology company (Electro Magneto Dynamics EMD) to develop a small high-speed starter for PWC and to support PWC’s Advanced Design group in manufacturing and purchasing hardware for experimental concepts.