Author: David Rea
David Rea is an AppliedLogix senior engineer and partner. He serves as the firm's engineering practice leader for Fuel Cell and Energy applications. He holds degrees in Electrical Engineering (BS) and Software Engineering (MS) from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Welcome New Partner: Bret Woz

We’re once again excited and humbled to be welcoming a new partner to the AppliedLogix team! Bret joins AppliedLogix with a variety of advanced embedded firmware experience. Over the course of his career he’s enjoyed participating in – and leading

Welcome New Partner: Jonathan Powers

As 2016 begins, we’re excited to announce that AppliedLogix is continuing to grow and welcome new partners. With increasing demand for high-performance hardware and FPGA development, we’re pleased to have Jonathan Powers join the team. Jonathan has helped design and verify products

Grow with us: Software Engineer Wanted! (Rochester, NY)

It’s been quiet around the Acumen blog lately – we’ve been extremely busy with engineering work! Too busy, in fact – so we’ve started the search for some new team members. AppliedLogix is growing, and we’re looking for talented people to

Welcome New Parnter: Jason Faulring

AppliedLogix continues to grow our embedded software team by welcoming Jason Faulring to the group. Jason has worked on several of our projects over the past few years and has been able to jump right into the mix without missing

Check Out the NY-BEST Supply Chain Database

This past September, the NY Battery & Energy Storage Technology (NY-BEST) consortium launched a new database of vendors, suppliers and service providers for companies working on batteries, fuel cells, ultracapacitors and other energy storage technologies. The NY-BEST Supply Chain Database is

Welcome New Partner: Michael Sander

AppliedLogix is proud and honored to be a growing business – as our clients bring us new projects and refer others, we’ve carefully and sustainably added top-5% engineers to our team. This month, AppliedLogix is happy to welcome Michael Sander

Selecting an Embedded RTOS – Use the Source!

The Gift of Open Source

When someone – like John Carbone – has been doing embedded software for three and a half decades, it can be good to consider what they have to say – in this case, about RTOS source code: …developers feel that

See You at the NY-BEST Energy Storage Expo

The AppliedLogix team are engineers, first and foremost – but once in a while, we emerge from behind our desks and workbenches, trade in our calculators for suits, and go out on the town. This September 10th, we’ll do just that

Getting Your “Things” Online

Networked embedded devices! Lately it seems like living in a hermetically-sealed, anechoic fallout shelter (that’s under a rock for good measure) might be the only way to avoid their all-out takeover of the tech press. The term “Internet of Things” (or

Meeting an EE Legend

Between the general scarcity of “rockstar” EEs, and the infrequency of those big names visiting smaller cities, the opportunity to see Mike Engelhardt present in person was not one for us to pass up! Mike is the creator of the superlative