I served as president of the Stacks Home Owner’s Association. I lasted 13 months … one month longer than the previous record-holder.
For about a year, I wrangled the team of developers (in Algeria and Mexico) to create a flexible event mapping utility. It was totally responsive so it ran on desktops and mobile. It also fed anonymous data back to a database where we could build..… more
I worked with an industrial bakery, Dartfish and Michael Darden to explore a variety of ways to use video to capture raw data for operations analysis. This didn’t really lead to any dramatic opportunities, but it offered tremendous promise and was very interesting.
I worked with a sports video software company … Dartfish.com … to use video to observe and record business and factory operations.
I constructed seven detailed courses to train Siemens PLM sales personnel around the world. The courses covered sales techniques, product knowledge and corporate sales management. I also arranged to have them translated into 4 other languages.
When I shut down the Auburn iPOV operation, I had to invent a new eLearning production process that would work with remote freelancers. To make the system more appealing to corporate clients, I set it up to use Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft SharePoint. With..… more
A friend owns an industrial bakery. I talked him into installing some surveillance cameras and a decently capable video management system to observe operations … particularly in his production machinery. A lot of weird things can happen with waffle and pretzel dough and there isn’t..… more
I worked with a local industrial bakery to integrate IoT sensors into their suite of surveillance video. The idea was to recognize machine events from the factory floor and use that data to make it easier to find relevant video on the surveillance system. The..… more
After iPOV closed up shop in Auburn, I engaged in a number of projects out of Atlanta. My new business model was to use teams of freelancers from all over the globe. If it sounds risky … it isn’t.
I developed sales training courses for a global multinational tech company. There were a lot of courses, so they must have been happy. The key to my design was to use video to explain complex situations that text and graphics could not capture.
I was briefly drawn into the efforts of Morris Brown College to resurrect itself from oblivion. Their situation was dire, so I tried to think outside the box and find a teaching model that could work at much lower cost. Nothing came of it, but..… more