Software, Systems Engineer
Systems Engineer with the capability to design and implement Complex Computer Systems. Knowledge of full life cycle development processes for a variety of computer systems - for both Government and Industry. An innovative hardware/software design approaches to solving design problems. Systems project leader with the ability to complete difficult assignments.
Parker Hannifin Electronic Systems NY (teknavigators) - 2011 to Present
? Responsibilities included DO178B level-A reviews of requirements, design and code for a Fuel Quantity Management System (FQMS) for the Airbus 350 XWB airliner. Responsible for the creation of UML designs of the major subsystems by reverse engineering existing C code using Artisan Studio. Participated in preparation of analysis reports used to resolve issues associated with requirements or problems found during testing. Maintained links between UML design elements and requirements. Participated in document reviews for test coverage and adherence to DO178B standards associated with Qualification High level Tests. Participated in Avionic Platform interface code reviews that utilized ARM 9 processor I/O, such as, Analog to Digital, Digital to Analog converters, discrete data, CAN bus, and flash memory interfaces.
Code base maintained in MKS Integrity and adhered to MISRA coding standards. System Design based on Integrated Modular Avionics architectures and employed redundancy with communications between processors utilizing CAN and AFDX serial data buses.
ITT Electronic Systems NJ (Aerotek) - 2009 to 2011
? Responsible for the code conversion, performance upgrades, documentation, and testing for the F-18 aircraft IDECM Electronic Warfare System. The legacy system design and assemble code was converted to object oriented design implemented in C++. The converted code was developed and initially tested using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 on a PC, and when system hardware and target PowerPC were ready moved to Wind River Workbench IDE for system integration and test. The designed, implementation and test of the converted system followed CMMI level 3 development standards. Responsibilities when developing new system requirements included designing and implementing object orient C++ code from written specifications.
Lockheed Martin System Integration, Owego NY (Ensco Inc.) - 2006 to 2008
? Responsible for the design documentation associated with Lockheed’s proposed CSAR-X program’s System Integration Laboratory (SIL). Artisan Studio was used to capture the design elements using UML and sysML standards. Required Interfacing with the Engineering Integrated Product Team (IPT) to learn the design details. Standard sysML diagrams were created to convey the design elements of the system and presented to the SIL team for peer review. Diagram of various level of detail were created to show overall architecture of the SIL, as well as, more detailed interaction of the various subsystems and assembles. System Requirements diagrams were also created providing a link to the system design elements - providing an automated way of generating requirements traceability matrix.
Responsible for developing and maintaining the detailed SIL Laboratory schedule used to plan manpower loading, material costs and completion milestones linked to the Integrated Master Schedule for the CSAR-X project. Microsoft Project was used for all schedule and planning activity.
ITT Electronic Systems NJ (Technisource) - 2005 to 2006
? Responsible for the upgrade and associated documentation of a Radar Warning Receiver’s (RWR) azimuth display system. The original design, as well as, the upgrade uses Rhapsody’s UML for the first time to describe the design details and DOORS to trace the requirements. The existing system used a mix of ADA -83, ADA-95, and Object Orient coding techniques. Included in this effort were the review of Interface Design Documents (IDD), creation of the Software Design Documents, and test plans to meet DO-178 level C and CMM/CMMI life cycle development standards. The upgrades to the system using Object Orient coding techniques were successfully demonstrated in the Laboratory using production system hardware.
Dynalantic Corporation – 2002 to 2005
* Managed and coordinated the efforts of a multi-disciplined engineering team and three major subcontractors. The twelve men team designed and implemented a major upgrade of a Helicopter Flight Trainer. This effort included written specifications for engineering personnel and subcontractors, design of new computer system, avionics, instruments, image generator and visual scene creation, mechanical structures, wiring harnesses, re-hosted software, system integration, test and successful sell-off. The upgrade included replacing the original RTOS with VxWorks, replacing the DDL protocol with UPD/IP and TCP/IP, eliminating assembler code and replacing it with equivalent C and ADA-95 procedures. Tornado II cross-development tools were used to configure VxWorks operating system, debug and test upgraded software in a distributed multi-processor computer environment.
General Dynamics Land Systems VA (Elite Technical) – 2001 to 2002
* Member of an Integrated Product Team (IPT) responsible for the design and implementation of graphical man-machine interface for United States Marine Corp’s Advanced Amphibious Assault Vehicle.
Dynalantic Corporation - 1994 to 2001
* Responsible for the design and integration of a database management system for a subway car Motorman’s Trainer. The database synchronized the computer generated visual scene with the trainer’s math models to dynamically respond to grade and curve data. The database was also used to control the complex signal system in response to the speed, switches, station approaches, and simulated traffic train. Coding, integration and test used Microsoft’s Visual Studio C++ environment.
* Responsible for the design and implementation of a simulated Train Operators Display (TOD) computer system for a su...
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