History of Exodyne, Inc.
Founder Ralph Rockow formed Exodyne—a debt-free, privately-owned corporation dedicated to prioritizing the needs of its customers—according to three simple yet powerful principles:
- Operate ethically
- Meet all deadlines
- Exceed customer expectations
It started in 1942 when Hugh DeHaven was appointed as a Cornell University Medical College research associate, which led to the formation of the Aviation Crash Injury Research group (AvCIR). Since then, a small pioneering research group has grown into a diversified and dynamic technical services company devoted to the same principles of science and safety that Hugh DeHaven embraced nearly a century ago.
Today, more than 37 years strong, Exodyne has two subsidiaries: Dynamic Science, Inc. (DSI), Dynamic Educational Systems, Inc. (DESI), as well as affiliate Exodyne Properties, Inc. (EPI).
Doug Rockow, President of Exodyne, manages the company on the same principles as Ralph.