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As Controls Hardware Account Manager at GE's Automation & Controls business, Shauna’s goal is to help customers solve their greatest challenges, experience optimized performance and increase operation efficiency through their use of Automation & Controls Industrial Equipment. Here she blogs about her many years of experience working with the brightest minds and newest ideas in controls hardware.
Peter Thompson is senior business development manager for High Performance Embedded Computing at GE's Intelligent Platforms business. He first started working on High Performance Embedded Computing systems when a 1 MFLOP machine was enough to give him a hernia while carrying it from the parking lot to a customer’s lab. He is now very happy to have 27,000 times more compute power in his phone, which weighs considerably less.
Bill Tilman is an avionics applications engineer, and has worked in the aerospace industry – notably with MIL-STD-1553 – for over 30 years. His specialties include the architecture, design, development and test of electronic systems as well as MIL-STD-1553 training and RT validation testing. A committed fan of technology, Bill spends his spare time bicycling, hiking and camping around Colorado, dabbling with amateur radio, working on various DIY electronics and mechanical projects and being with his trusty little dog.
With a degree from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, Brian is an 18-year GE veteran who now has responsibility for our Intelligent Platforms business in Canada.
Matt Wells has 20 years of experience with industrial automation and operations management software. He is responsible for leading GE’s Automation Software business and understands that uptime is critical. Matt has worked with customers in a wide variety of industries including life sciences, food and beverage, automotive, metals, and pulp and paper.