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Craig E. Goldman

Chief Microcontroller Firmware Specialist

CoAutomation Inc

HQ Phone:  (508) 366-9552

Email: c***@***.com

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Background Information

Employment History

Hardware and Firmware Manager

Control Technology Corp.


Affiliations

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc

Senior Member


Education

MIT


Massachusetts Institute of Technology


MBA

Nichols College


Web References(28 Total References)


About CoAutomation - Westborough, MA

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Craig Goldman, President of CoAutomation
Founded in 1999 by Craig Goldman, a graduate of MIT's Electrical Engineering and Computer Science programs, CoAutomation develops electronics for research, medical, commercial and consumer products. CoAutomation is highly skilled in working with clients to create 'well-behaved' products by defining microcontroller behavior early in the development process, then using finely-tuned proprietary engineering techniques to create virtually bug-free firmware that meets these product specifications. Craig Goldman is a recognized innovator and inventor who holds eight U.S. patents and has made essential contributions to scores of commercially successful products. A few of Craig's noteworthy engineering achievements are: In 1984 Craig Goldman created the graphics controller for a 17 1/4-inch by 11-inch CRT display. Showing 1728 by 1100 8-bit pixels, it was at the time of its introduction the highest resolution commercially available grey-scale display. In 1986, Craig Goldman was a key member of the team that revolutionized the electronics for printing pictures on laser printers Craig Goldman was one of the first designers to interface an industrial controller directly to the Ethernet (1992) Craig Goldman was a member of the first team to demonstrate using the internet for factory data acquisition (1993) and the world-wide web for communications with industrial controllers (1996) After consulting for two years as "Microcontroller Magic", Craig Goldman formed CoAutomation Incorporated in April 1999 to provide a better corporate structure for customers of his expanding consulting business.


About CoAutomation - Westborough, MA

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Craig Goldman, President of CoAutomation
CoAutomation was founded in 1999 by Craig Goldman, a graduate of MIT's Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department. Craig Goldman is a recognized innovator and inventor who holds ten U.S. patents and has made essential contributions to scores of commercially successful products. A few of Craig's noteworthy engineering achievements are: In 1984 Craig Goldman created the graphics controller for a 17 1/4-inch by 11-inch CRT display. Showing 1728 by 1100 8-bit pixels, it was at the time of its introduction the highest resolution commercially available grey-scale display. In 1986, Craig Goldman was a key member of the team that revolutionized the electronics for printing pictures on laser printers; the technology was sold to Canon Inc. and it is still used today in laster printers and copiers. Craig Goldman was one of the first designers to use Ethernet to communicate between industrial controllers (1992). Craig Goldman was a member of the first team to demonstrate using the internet for factory data acquisition (1993) and the world-wide web for communications with industrial controllers (1996) After consulting for two years as "Microcontroller Magic", Craig Goldman formed CoAutomation Incorporated in April 1999 to provide a better structure for customers of his expanding consulting business. The new structure allows the company to assemble a team of experienced designers with multiple specialties to provide more comprehensive solutions to complex engineering problems. Craig Goldman / CoAutomation is proud to be a Senior Member of the IEEE and an active member of the Boston Section of the IEEE Consultants' Network. Patents Craig Goldman's numerous patents demonstrate his distinguished history of engineering innovation and expertise.


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Craig Goldman, CoAutomation, Inc.
info@coautomation.com


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Craig Goldman, CoAutomation, Inc.
info@coautomation.com


About CoAutomation - Westborough, MA

www.coautomation.com [cached]

Craig Goldman, President of CoAutomation
CoAutomation was founded in 1999 by Craig Goldman, a graduate of MIT's Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department. Craig Goldman is a recognized innovator and inventor who holds ten U.S. patents and has made essential contributions to scores of commercially successful products. A few of Craig's noteworthy engineering achievements are: In 1984 Craig Goldman created the graphics controller for a 17 1/4-inch by 11-inch CRT display. Showing 1728 by 1100 8-bit pixels, it was at the time of its introduction the highest resolution commercially available grey-scale display. In 1986, Craig Goldman was a key member of the team that revolutionized the electronics for printing pictures on laser printers; the technology was sold to Canon Inc. and it is still used today in laster printers and copiers. Craig Goldman was one of the first designers to use Ethernet to communicate between industrial controllers (1992). Craig Goldman was a member of the first team to demonstrate using the internet for factory data acquisition (1993) and the world-wide web for communications with industrial controllers (1996) After consulting for two years as "Microcontroller Magic", Craig Goldman formed CoAutomation Incorporated in April 1999 to provide a better structure for customers of his expanding consulting business. The new structure allows the company to assemble a team of experienced designers with multiple specialties to provide more comprehensive solutions to complex engineering problems. Craig Goldman / CoAutomation is proud to be a Senior Member of the IEEE and an active member of the Boston Section of the IEEE Consultants' Network. Patents Craig Goldman's numerous patents demonstrate his distinguished history of engineering innovation and expertise.


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