Senior VP, Automations
Founder and President
The Precision Air and Energy Services team believes in out of the box thinking. All but the newest of the standing data center cooling design practices are energy inefficient because they were adapted from comfort cooling techniques. These practices were a great starting point. It is Precision Air and Energy Service’s goal to bring innovation and energy efficiency to our clients’ data centers. Our techniques have reduced our client’s online air conditioning capacity needs 30 - 55%.
Montgomery Sykora, the founder and president of Precision Air and Energy Services, has 20 years of process and data center design, maintenance, and operations experience. Most of his experience has been in data centers where he held senior positions at IBM, Level 3 Communications and Google. Mr. Sykora is credited as a co-inventor on 16 patents used in the design of the world’s most energy efficient data centers, as well as seven (7) additional individual data center patents-pending with PA&ES.
Daniel Janovy, co-founder and vice president of automation for Precision Air and Energy Services, has 22 years of industrial automated process control engineering, maintenance, and operational experience. His experience includes designing and implementing whole facility and individual control systems that have become foundational systems in various industries. His systems are innovative and perform in rock-solid fashion. Mr. Janovy brings the ability to design, build, and maintain any control system needed to make your facility more efficient and reliable.
Todd Brick joined PA&ES in 2013. He has over 25 years of engineering and leadership experience as an Army officer and as technical staff with MIT Lincoln Laboratory. His engineering expertise includes analog and digital design, embedded software development, and computer-aided design (CAD). Mr. Brick holds Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Electrical Engineering (EE) from South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and Georgia Institute of Technology, respectively. He is a former EE professor at the US Military Academy at West Point and has a patent pending with the US Army.