Mr. Edminster is the founder of Electromechanica, Inc. Karl comes from a background in military hardware design. Prior to founding Electromechanica, Inc. he worked for Sippican, Inc. (a division of Lockheed Martin ) designing experimental buoyant submarine antenna arrays. His work included fiber optic based data collection systems, conceptual modeling and hydrodynamic tow testing. Karl started his career in the Design and System Integration Group of Foster-Miller, Inc. His work there involved the electromechanical design of miniature military robotic systems for advanced technology demonstrations. This design work included drive and control electronics, battery systems and payload systems. Karl is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and a member of the International Society of Explosive Engineers (ISEE). Karl earned his B.S. degree in Electromechanical Engineering from Wentworth Institute of Technology. Linked-in
Mr. Piché is a mechanical engineer specializing in manufacturing process optimization and systems design. Steve comes from a background in pharmaceutical manufacturing process design and development having worked most recently for Bayer Corporation, Diagnostics Division. His design work there focused on advanced diagnostics of fluidic and mechanical systems for process optimization. Steve is an SME Certified Manufacturing Technologist. He is also a member of The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) and The American Society for Quality (ASQ). Steve earned his B.S. degree in Manufacturing Engineering from Wentworth Institute of Technology.
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Mr. DeMedeiros is an electrical engineer with a background in electrical construction, consulting and electronic board level design. Prior to joining EMI, Andrew has worked for AVTECH Software, Inc. designing Ethernet enabled data acquisition systems, utilizing embedded Ethernet device servers. Andrew earned his B.S. degree in Electromechanical Engineering from Wentworth Institute of Technology. Linked-in
Mr. Medeiros is a mechanical engineer with a background in plumbing and fire protection engineering design. Prior to joining Electromechanica, Inc. Ruben worked for AHA Consulting Engineers in the area of piping systems for new and existing buildings. Ruben earned his B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Wentworth Institute of Technology.
Mr. Robert is an electromechanical engineer with a background in data center design, consulting and electronic board level design. Adam has worked as a senior applications engineer for Eaton Corporation where he designed product configuration tools as well as multiple high profile data centers. Adam earned his B.S. degree in Electromechanical Engineering from Wentworth Institute of Technology.
Mr. Coburn is the founder and principal of JDC Consulting. He recently left NDI Medical, a neurotech startup, to expand JDC Consulting. While at NDI Medical, he was Director of Operations and simultaneously contributed to a variety of software projects. He also authored several funded SBIR’s for neurotech applications . He had joined NDI Medical in 2004 after 24 years with Rockwell Automation, the global provider of industrial automation power, control and information systems. At Rockwell, he was the Director of Product Development for Advanced Automation Products. Mr. Coburn has been a manufacturing strategy consultant for such industry giants as Abbott, Gillette, Proctor and Gamble, Ford Motor Company, and The Walt Disney Company. He holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the University of Notre Dame, South Bend , Ind. and a master’s degree in applied mathematics from Cleveland State University. He has published and presented at a wide variety of manufacturing conferences and holds a variety of patents in manufacturing technologies. Mr. Coburn’s core competencies include developing control and user interfaces for a wide variety of controllers and applications. He is fluent in C#, PLC code, LabVIEW and other software packages. He has been awarded several major prizes, including Control Engineering‘s software product of the year (March, 2004).