Neal Friedman

Principal Firmware Engineer
Neal Friedman

Neal began his career with Microsoft and he now has over 30 years of experience in the software field. Since his time at Microsoft, he’s developed software for Motorola Wireless Data Group, a biomedical startup, the Xbox fitness watch, and Surface tablet detachable keyboards. Most recently, Neal has worked on IV Lab’s Indigo product, a backpack vaccine cooler developed to safely deliver vaccines in the field.

Neal earned an MS-EE from the University of Washington with a focus in Control Theory, and worked on robotics systems in their human genome project. He has also been a member of IEEE for 30 years.

In his free time, Neal enjoys kayaking, flying quadcopter and model planes, baking, and maintaining his 25-acre homestead.

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Neal began his career with Microsoft and he now has over 30 years of experience in the software field. Since his time at Microsoft, he’s developed software for Motorola Wireless Data Group, a biomedical startup, the Xbox fitness watch, and Surface tablet detachable keyboards. Most recently, Neal has worked on IV Lab’s Indigo product, a backpack vaccine cooler developed to safely deliver vaccines in the field.

Neal earned an MS-EE from the University of Washington with a focus in Control Theory, and worked on robotics systems in their human genome project. He has also been a member of IEEE for 30 years.

In his free time, Neal enjoys kayaking, flying quadcopter and model planes, baking, and maintaining his 25-acre homestead.

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