Matthew DiSogra, MS, EI
Matthew DiSogra sought out DELTA |v| in 2013 looking for opportunity and adventure…and he found it!
He has a unique blend of technical astuteness and sociability. You can find him cranking out Linux code on a computer or cracking jokes in the break room. He racked up management and conflict resolution skills in college, where he served as an R.A. for several semesters. Those that meet him realize that Matthew is a natural at handling both.
He is perpetually on hot standby for fieldwork and spends extended time traveling to live accident scenes and wrecker shops to download time-sensitive data from ECMs. Matthew is one of a select group of consultants in North America who is certified to harvest data from Mack/Volvo ECMs. He is also responsible for keeping all ECM-dedicated laptops performing with cutting-edge technology.
Prior to joining DELTA |v|, Matthew moved south from New Jersey to attend the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where he graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. He continued to quench his thirst for knowledge by obtaining a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering while focusing on a study of ballistic impacts to body armor. He even had the opportunity to gain real world experience through a program funded by the N.C. Department of Transportation where he analyzed the performance of vehicle impacts to guardrails.
Matthew doesn’t own a television or a subscription to cable, but he connects with the outside world through his Ham Radio license (FCC – N2HAX) and in online communities, while indulging in his favorite dessert—raspberry pie. He is also a gear head that enjoys working on his vehicles.