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Jeremy CSSLP

Staff Wireless Firmware Engineer @ Johnson Controls

Software Engineering Manager at Leonardo DRS

Greater Milwaukee Area

Ranked #1,393 out of 27,860 for Staff Wireless Firmware Engineer in United States

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Jeremy CSSLP's Work Experience

Johnson Controls

Staff Wireless Firmware Engineer

July 2015 to Present

Zuhlke Engineering Ltd

Senior Embedded Software Engineer, Consultant - Embedded Mobile and Medical Systems

February 2012 to July 2015

London, United Kingdom

GE Healthcare

Lead Electrical Development Engineer

October 2007 to February 2012

Jeremy CSSLP's Education

Georgia Institute of Technology

Masters of Science

2006 to 2010

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Bachelors

2000 to 2005

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Johnson Controls

Zigbee mesh networking of temperature sensors for building automation. Technologies: Zigbee, C/C++, Jira, IAR

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I have eleven years of experience in developing embedded devices, having completed several successful programs mostly in the medical field. I have led teams in delivering C and C++ applications as consultants augmenting a client's team. I have independently managed all of the hardware, software, and mechanical aspects of a handheld wireless remote, and worked on a large global team to deliver next generation x-ray medical imaging systems with revolutionary UWB wireless communication. I have managed multiple outsourced projects leveraging outside design services firms and managed teams of 3-5 engineers. I am a strong believer in co-located teams, collaboration and knowledge sharing through technical presentations and use of online tools. I’ve demonstrated the ability to present work schedules, manage a budget, lead team projects, and explain difficult engineering issues to upper management. I am able to see the big picture, delegate effectively, and motivate team members to achieve on-time project completion. I’m experienced working with global teams and interested in traveling internationally. Specialties: Agile Project Management, Electronic Circuit Board Design, C/C++ object oriented embedded software, VHDL, RF circuit design and regulatory compliance. Interests: High Frequency Trading, Bitcoin and international currency exchange, wireless battery powered device design.Staff Wireless Firmware Engineer @ Zigbee mesh networking of temperature sensors for building automation. Technologies: Zigbee, C/C++, Jira, IAR From July 2015 to Present (6 months) Senior Embedded Software Engineer, Consultant - Embedded Mobile and Medical Systems @ Worked on multiple client engagements to deliver innovative software solutions for products ranging from blood monitors to water meters. I lead teams and architected optimized solutions in my core domain of object oriented C++ while also supporting business needs by stretching myself to apply new technologies (Qt/QML) and filling project team roles (requirements engineering). Key skills: C, C++, OOAD, Agile software development methodologies, Scrum, Kanban Specific Projects: * Senior Software Engineer, Agile Project Manager Lead a team of five in the development of a new underground commercial magnetic water meter with a 15 year battery life and wireless interfaces. Delighted client with on-time delivery including stretch features and agile training. Technologies: C, MSP430, embOS, TDD, Unity, Doxygen, JIRA, Jenkins, MISRA 2012. * Requirements Engineer, Agile Project Manager Elicited system requirements for steam turbine simulation and design software. Close customer collaboration, iterative development, maintaining test and requirement traceability, backlog prioritization and leading biweekly sprint planning sessions. Technologies: SVN, IRqA, Java, IceScrum * Lead User Interface Developer Rewrote the software of a cardiac output monitor to support complex new data feeds, multiple operating systems and a rich touch screen user interface. As the main User Interface developer I brought a graphic designer’s wireframes to life in QML and JavaScript, which I then integrated with the application. Working collaboratively meant that the resulting touch screen interface was a leap forward in usability and features from their existing solution. Technologies: QML, JavaScript, C++, QtCreator Other: Review and successful ISO 13485 audit of our medical development process. Expert opinion research for intellectual property lawsuits. QT application for WiFi network sniffing, running on a BeagleBoard. From February 2012 to July 2015 (3 years 6 months) London, United KingdomLead Electrical Development Engineer @ Technologies at GE Healthcare are cutting edge and the Development Electrical Engineer plays a key role in the success of the business. This position is responsible for electrical design of various systems. This position encompasses high-level concept design, digital circuit board, firmware, and embedded software design. Duties include (but are not limited to): -- Working with cross-functional teams to complete subsystem and system verification and validation -- Analyzing and validating material/component selection, tolerances, performance, cost, manufacturability -- Ensuring adherence to regulatory compliance -- Maintaining full Quality System Regulation (QSR) and Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMP) requirements as it relates to Engineering -- Maintaining full regulatory compliance and other legal requirements Specific Assignments: -- Managed the HW, FW, industrial design, and mechanical packaging of a handheld IEEE 802.15.4 wireless battery powered remote. -- Detailed RF circuit design for a UWB radio front end, including simulation, noise immunity improvements, and system antenna characterization. Drove planning and execution of our global wireless certifications. -- Owned C/C++ code for a new mobile x-ray system, including drivers and application code for RS232, I2C, SPI interfaces. -- Delivered VHDL for receiving an Infrared Remote signal for controlling a fixed room x-ray system. Wrote Subsystem Requirements and Verification documents for that feature. -- Successfully managed multiple outsourced design projects and expenditures of $277k in 2010, supporting four simultaneous NPI programs. -- Frequent communication with co-workers in China, India, and California as the X-Ray Wireless Subject Matter Expert. -- Managed two junior electrical engineers in 6 month Edison rotations. During my time at GE Healthcare, I designed ten different circuit boards and worked on nine others. Five of them were FPGA-based designs. From October 2007 to February 2012 (4 years 5 months) EEDP @ The Edison Engineering Development Program (EEDP) is a two-three year program committed to growing GE’s entry level, high potential resources—people with a passion for technology, a drive for technical excellence, business skills, and GE values—by accelerating their development through intense technical training and a variety of business-critical assignments. Edison graduates have the technical and business foundation to proactively and continually make innovative contributions to GE’s future. Edisons experience four flexible rotations of 4-10 months (usually 6 months), as well as two year-long courses. "A-course" consists of 4 hours of class per week plus up to 20 hours of outside homework and is technical in nature, encompassing modality training, imaging physics, software training, and DFx training. "B-course" is business- and soft skills-related, including Finance, Econ, and Audit. A "B-course Project" is also selected for each 4-5 person group, which involves a 3-6 month project to solve a business critical issue. Our B-Course project was the B0 Drift Correction for Temperature (BDCT) project. From August 2005 to October 2007 (2 years 3 months) EEDP 4th Rotation - Wireless Hardware @ Designed VHDL for the Radio Front End (RFE) board, including UART, SPI, and I2C communication interfaces. Developed a Labview program to independently communicate with RFE and automate board testing. Wrote the purchase specification for the self-contained power supply for the RFE. From April 2007 to September 2007 (6 months) GEHC EEDP 3rd Rotation - Ultrasound Clinical Marketing @ The Ultrasound Clinical Marketing team was responsible for representing the clinical world to the Ultrasound product development team, supporting external evaluations, maintaining luminary relationships, and generating clinical evidence in the form of white papers, proof statements and peer-reviewed journal articles. Other support functions include verifying image quality on production units, supporting downstream marketing, which runs promotional campaigns and trade shows, and collecting competitive intelligence. My role as an Edison Engineer in this group was to be the Proof Statement Program Manager, coordinating legal documents to set up studies and evaluations, maintain communication with the luminary throughout the study, and coordinate the writing and editing of the resulting research paper to document the results. I also assisted with manufacturing line image quality verification, wrote several Excel macro spreadsheets for collecting and analyzing user feedback from an external evaluation of the Logiq i laptop ultrasound system. From October 2006 to April 2007 (7 months) EEDP 2nd Rotation - MR Signal Electronics @ Owned the Scan Room Interface (SRI4) board for the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scanner. Board designed by Nery Moreno and prototyped, and I received the board and did initial MEC testing, Noise Testing, HALT Reliability testing, and Bay Integration. Performed schematic capture and layout for Rev2 of the board and also designed an automated test board to be used in manufacturing verification of SRI4 boards. From February 2006 to October 2006 (9 months) EEDP 1st Rotation - CT Detectors @ Analog to Digital conversion board for VCT product, at M3 milestone timeframe. Perform destructive board autopsy to determine failure root cause. From August 2005 to February 2006 (7 months) Co-Op: Product Acceptance Test Design Engineer @ -- Owned one medium- and one high-complexity Functional Test for the new PACSystems RX3i PLC system, and completely designed and implemented the larger of those two tests. Using new team automation tools, I also reduced the previous test sweep cycle from a 5-day test window to less than 1-day and enabled automated results-reporting to a team website. -- Created a user-friendly excel spreadsheet to effectively manage and track all capitalized working model, prototype, and production RX3i units for our team. Worked closely with PA and NPI Leads to implement hardware rollouts in a least-impact-to-team manner. -- Initiated, designed, and reviewed a new PA team survey tool to capture and categorize software fault data to offer insight into types of tool issues we experience and then to use this data in presenting our issues to another part of our business. -- Gained experience coding Ladder Logic, using a formal bug-tracking system (Clarify). From January 2004 to July 2004 (7 months) Co-op: Hardware Engineering @ -- Responsible for testing and troubleshooting problematic hardware on handheld personal radios used by the police, military, firemen, and EMTs. -- Gained experience in maintaining and enabling radio manufacturing through documentation and part substitution verification. From September 2002 to December 2002 (4 months) Co-op - Engineering Design Technician @ -- Responsible for maintaining and enhancing design flow for integrated circuit designs. -- Utilized UNIX, Perl, C-Shell Scripting, VHDL, Synopsys, and Debussy software. -- Gained experience in writing technical summaries and communicating results to others. From May 2002 to September 2002 (5 months) Masters of Science @ Georgia Institute of Technology From 2006 to 2010 Bachelors @ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University From 2000 to 2005 Jeremy CSSLP is skilled in: Object Oriented Design, Project Management, Agile Methodologies, C++, Software Development, VHDL, Project Execution, Firmware, Electronic Circuit Design, Testing, PCB design, Scrum, Test Driven Development, Hardware Architecture, IEC 60601


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