Chief Science Officer
Jeff is Fresh’s Chief Science Officer and an innovator with over 20 years of engineering experience. Prior to Fresh, Jeff founded SiTech Research Test and Development, a comprehensive product development and test systems solution provider whose clients included Philips, Universal Electronics, and Fortune 100 companies.
Jeff’s career spans nearly a decade at Microsoft where he helped develop successful products like the original Xbox and the Xbox Kinect; as well as stints as Principal Hardware Architect at Nokia, developing innovative IoT products and image sensors; and as a lead engineer at LaserMotive, where he played a primary role in the design of a laser targeting and delivery system which won an award from NASA.
He holds a BSEE from University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Projects I've Worked On
January 21, 2019
Robot Factors for Automated Processes
As we develop more ways to automate processes, environments specifically tailored to the capabilities of a robot will improve outcomes. The rules of robot factors are still being written. Here are 5 questions to ask when designing a process for a robot: 1. Is it within the robot’s capabilities? Set robots up for success by working … Continued
December 19, 2018
How Far Robotics Has Come — and Where It’s Going
To understand current robotic capabilities and limitations, rapidly developing future technologies, and people’s expectations when working with robots, it’s necessary to delve into a bit of history. A Brief History of Robotics The discussion of robotic factors started back in 1942 with Isaac Asimov’s three laws for robotics. These rules laid the foundation for what … Continued