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Frasca International, Urbana, Illinois, manufactures flight training equipment for airlines, flight schools, universities and military organizations worldwide. Product range includes Flight Training Devices (FTDs), FNPT I, II and IIMCC devices, CPTs, Full Flig... more.
iCyt Visionary Bioscience
Jeremy HatcherElectrical EngineerJoined iCyt in 2002 Jeremy joined iCyt in July 2002 as a signal processing algorithm/software designer, bringing with him 5 years of experience in the defense industry designing digital signal and image processing algorithms for automatic target recognition in tactical weapon systems.Previous to coming to iCyt, Jeremy worked for Raytheon Missile Systems in Tucson, AZ.He started with Raytheon (then Hughes Missile Systems) after receiving his BS in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from Purdue University in 1997.At Raytheon, Jeremy was a member of an algorithm design team working on target discrimination algorithms for the Navy's SM-3 hit-to-kill missile defense program.He then moved on to Raytheon's Advanced Programs area, where he worked on automatic target recognition algorithms for various developmental tactical weapon systems designed to autonomously identify and attack various types of military vehicles.While with Raytheon, Jeremy completed his MS in Electrical Engineering with the University of Southern California, receiving his degree in 2001 with course work in digital signal and image processing, computer vision, pattern recognition, and artificial intelligence.Jeremy has been married to Noel Hatcher for 6 years.Jeremy's interests include anything aeronautical (Jeremy is part of the third generation in his family to have a pilot's license), computers, reading, and of course spending time with his family.
Bay Life Magazine - Lifestyles of Panama City, Panama City Beach and the Emerald Coast - One to Watch: Jeremy Hatcher
One to Watch: Jeremy Hatcher
Jeremy Hatcher Marti Coley and Jimmy Patronis look on, research engineer Jeremy Hatcher demonstrates the latest advancement in robot technology used by the military for the detection of explosives at the Littoral Warfare Research Facility at Naval Surface Warfare Center - Panama City Division. As a research engineer and local expert on the intricate design of the Packbot, a robot with cameras used to search for explosives, Hatcher was invited to demonstrate the capabilities of the devise. "Our goal is to standardize the communications protocols so that if you like a particular robot but do not like its controller you will be free to choose a different one," Hatcher explains. "You will also be able to use the same controller for multiple robots simultaneously. This will promote competition and reduce costs." The 31-year-old former U.S. Marine earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and will receive his master's in software engineering in the spring of 2011, both from Florida State University Panama City. Hatcher will pursue a doctorate in software engineering as he continues his work with the technological advancement of the military. "The same patriotism that led me to join the military led me to a career in our country's defense," he says.
The keynote speaker for the day will be Jerry Hatcher, captain US Navy, retired who grew up in Freeport before joining the Navy in 1951 and going on to have a very decorated military career.
His last assignment was commander of NAS Whiting Field in Milton. The keynote speaker for the day will be Jerry Hatcher, captain US Navy, retired who grew up in Freeport before joining the Navy in 1951 and going on to have a very decorated military career. His last assignment was commander of NAS Whiting Field in Milton.
Executive Board Minutes - 11/15/99
Jerry Hatcher, Patrol Captain, Benton Co.S. O.