I2T is a well established Industrial Automation company with years of experience delivering exceptional custom robotic and vision solutions for a wide variety of industries. Over the last few years, they have broadened their reach into the mechanical realm where I have been able to support them on larger projects requiring large-scale system-development and project management. In addition to base level CAD design, I helped them establish intuitive part numbering and version control schemes for use across the board of their project portfolio.
What was originally a manual, time-consuming, custom design process, I was able to automate using built in tools in Solidworks covering the creation of drawings and documentation for 99% of customer orders. I was approached to design a new product line given the requirement that it would be our cheapest linear fixture. Working from the previous standardization work, I created an incredibly modular fixture supporting thousands of configurations with only a dozen unique manufactured parts.
One of my early ventures into the startup space revolved around mobile computing. My co-founder and I were both technical people who regularly needed to sit at a desk to use multiple screen for our work. Born out of this need, we developed Duoscreen - a mobile second screen for laptops allowing you to take your workspace with you on the go.
The Origami is the first stroller of its kind. The only stroller to include electric generators in the wheel hubs to charge batteries that can fold the stroller at the touch of a button. When I started at 4moms I was given the opportunity to organize and design the accessories for this stroller. While leading these products I had the chance to design the new Bassinet accessory and start work on a new car seat adapter.
This group develops robotic platforms designed for extra planetary roving. I assisted with the upkeep and reconfiguration of these platforms through various testing scenarios, during which I also developed a design for a robotic anchoring mechanism intended for use on Mars to enable the scaling and surveying of steep terrain.
National Robotics Engineering Center
The APD vehicle was built as a successor to the Crusher robot, also built at NREC. This Vehicle is designed to run over any terrain and is driven by a teleoperations team. For this project, I was responsible for developing a variety of smaller systems and tests for the internal cooling system as well as supporting the testing team on location during desert demonstrations.