Founded in early 2014, Champlin Technologies is a small team of specialists creating a portfolio of high-tech products and providing exceptional consulting services. We are impassioned about getting the customer experience right with all of our products and consulting services. Our mothership is located in beautiful Lake Stevens Washington.
Cary (alias: Red Leader) is a co-founder of Champlin Technologies LLC and the principal technical force on the team.
Principal Electrical Engineer (IV Lab): Led a team conducting applied machine-learning research using convolutional neural networks (CNN) with GPU clusters to develop AI architectures specific to disease diagnosis with high sensitivity/specificity. Established and matured a state-of-the-art R&D electronics lab to build and test innovative electronic and embedded software solutions that focus on global health issues in the developing world and open problems in high tech fields.
Lead systems engineer (Blue Origin): Defined requirements, Crew Capsule system configurations, CONOPS, launch/flight timelines, and mass properties for the sub-orbital Crew Capsule. The Crew Capsule, with its signature six gigantic windows, walk-in hatch, and two-fault safe design, enjoys a perfect track record of successful test flights including a time-critical pad escape test, a stressing max-Q escape test, and a recent Crew Capsule 2.0 maiden flight.
Optimization engineer (Amazon.com): Created adaptive stochastic estimation algorithms that used an order’s packaged weight to indicate content errors: missing, extra, or wrong items inside. The software algorithms self-learned the weights of over 1.8 million products autonomously in seven weeks, tracked products weights in a constantly evolving inventory, and verified the contents of millions of orders.
Electrical design engineer (Motorola Space Electronics Division now p/o General Dynamics): Developed advanced low-earth orbit (LEO) satellites.
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The Amazon Bio-Dome image was part of the proposal to the city of Seattle. (pdf)
The Seattle skyline photo on the ‘Get in touch’ form was taken by Mark Hatfield.