August 2014

Monthly Archives

  • Managing Growth

    This post is for those of you who are just starting out with your first companies. You’re faced with a million questions, many of them regarding growth, and how to manage it. You will desperately want to grow as quickly as possible. Sometimes that’s the right thing to do. Sometimes, a more measured approach leads […]

  • Entertaining a Cat with Robotics

    I’m primarily a software guy; not sure why since for most of my life I’ve played with electronics. I was soldering long before consumer computers even existed and I could start programming. And before I was soldering I was playing with a Radio Shack 100 in 1 electronic project kit (http://www.samstoybox.com/toys/ElectronicProjectKits.html). But this lifelong interest […]

  • 08/19/14 – Neya Systems LLC wins Phase I SBIR to Develop Perception Test, Evaluation, Validation, and Verification Workbench

    Neya Systems has been awarded a Phase I SBIR by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Topic OSD13-HS4) to develop software tool to rapidly and rigorously evaluate the performance of perception and autonomy algorithms for unmanned systems. Under this Phase I SBIR, Neya will be extending work done under prior Army and DHS SBIR […]

  • 08/13/14 – Neya Systems Releases UxAB™ Autonomy Hardware and Software

    Neya Systems has announced the release of its UxAB™ Autonomy hardware and software stack. As a part of Neya’s growing Ux line of products, UxAB™ draws together years of capability development in autonomy, sensor processing, localization, manipulator control, and advanced navigation GPS-based and GPS-denied navigation into a single rugged package. UxAB™ has been developed from […]

  • Tailoring Mechanical Designs for 3D-Printing

    Over the last 2 years I have owned and operated a personal 3D printer, as well as operated a 3D printer as part of my job at Neya Systems. I have created over a hundred unique part designs, and experienced the majority of the problems associated with 3D printers. Tailoring the design of a part […]