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Camgian Announces the Addition of Two Key Hires in Oklahoma

Company welcomes new Director of OK Operations Taron Epps and Senior Software Developer Shane Walker

Today, Camgian Corporation announces the additions of Taron Epps as Director of Oklahoma Operations, and Shane Walker as Senior Software Engineer to its Oklahoma office located in the Fires Innovation Science and Technology Accelerator (FISTA) in Lawton.

Epps, a retired US Army officer, is well known in the Lawton community and most recently served as chief operations officer for the Lawton-Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce. At the Chamber, he worked to create new partnerships in the defense industry supporting the Air and Missile Defense and Long Range Precision Fires Cross-Functional Teams, and the Fires Center of Excellence. Building on his experience, Epps will lead efforts to expand Camgian’s business and employee base in Lawton in the air and missile defense sector.

Walker, a Lawton native, brings nearly twenty years of software development experience in government and commercial markets. As the first software hire in the FISTA, his leadership will play a pivotal role in providing the mentorship needed to grow Camgian’s engineering and technical team in Lawton.


“Taron and Shane are central to our efforts to continue building Camgian’s presence in Oklahoma. Their experience and backgrounds are a great fit for our mission of developing kill chain automation technologies that address today’s most challenging air and missile defense problems,” said Camgian CEO and Founder Dr. Gary Butler, “This is a positive step toward our continued focus on creating great and impactful career opportunities in the Lawton and Ft. Sill communities.”

Director of Oklahoma Operations Taron Epps

Senior Software Engineer Shane Walker


Camgian is an award-winning developer of digital technologies that deliver real-time, actionable intelligence. Through innovations in data science, AI, and software, Camgian technologists are pioneering the next generation of cognitive computing applications that address critical needs in the national security and industrial markets.

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