- 2001 Clinical Laser Systems developed a new X-Ray Film Scanner based on a proprietary laser and fiber-optics scanning technique.
- Project Management encompassing:
- Digital Board Design.
- Software Development.
- USB interface.
- Programmed Altera 1K and 3K EPLDs:
- CPU Interface to the Motorola Coldfire Microprocessor.
- Image Generation.
- Stepper Motor Controller.
- Brushless Motor Phase Lock Loop.
- Laser Controller.
- 1994 Florod Corporation.
- Responsible for all design aspects of the IPS-064 Image Processing System.
- Project Management.
- Architecture and Design.
- Processor Design.
- Circuit Board Design.
- Chip Set Design.
- Created new product line for Florod Corporation:
- VP-064 Parallel Digital Signal Processor.
- IPS-064 Image Processing System.
- 1992-1994 Vision Ten Inc. designed X-Ray Scanners and Work Stations for the medical industry. Using a Loral 6000 element CCD sensor, X-Rays were
digitized and sent to a PC for processing.
- Responsible for all electronics design of X-Ray Scanners and Work Stations:
- Scanner Circuit Boards used for CCD control and digitizing.
- ISA Card to input data into a PC.
- All digital logic was implemented in Altera 5K devices.
- 1986 Hughes Aircraft Company.
- Invented and designed the Universal Reformatter.
- Lead the design team that delivered the Reformatter to the Image Processing Laboratory.
- The Universal Reformatter is a system used to capture and record video from any format and replay or transmit the video in any other format, both analog and digital.
- Record and Playback video to digital hard disk drive at 30 frames per second (640 x 440).
- Scan forward or backward or random access sequential images.
- Transmit captured images over the LAN for algorithm development.
- Create and generate real time synthetic video.
- 1980 Hughes Aircraft Company.
- Part of the design team of the LANTIRN Automatic Target Recognizer.
- Designed and delivered the prototype Electro-Optical Signal Processing Computer.
- The EOSPC (Electro-Optical Signal Processing Computer) is the heart of the LANTIRN Automatic Target Recognizer.
- Sixteen EOSPCs operating in parallel can identify and prioritize targets from FLIR imagery at four frames per second.