James has been architecting advanced medical instruments for almost 40 years. His software and electronics designs apply to fields such as spectrometry, electrodiagnostics, gene sequencing, informatics, in vitro incubation, visual fields analysis (glaucoma), and vision (concussion). In support of such designs, James has developed expertise in real-time data acquisition and closed loop control, embedded microcontroller/FPGA/SOC hardware, as well as real-time image processing and real-time tracking systems.
Some of James' scientific application software systems designs include gene sequencing, glaucoma testing, IVF human incubation systems, concussion detection systems, visual field analysis systems, self-healing weapons monitoring clusters, handheld weapons monitoring systems, data analysis systems, symbolic computation visualization, and real time image processing.
James participates in business and corporate governance and has run several businesses in roles such as owner, CTO, and CEO. Having worked predominantly in the medical field, he has been through many FDA certifications, including the first FDA-certified genetically steered treatment approval.
He specializes in the co-design of both software and electronics and strongly considers the use of such unified techniques produces superior products. James has generated patents in support of his design work and has been acknowledged in many scientific papers.
In his downtime, James continues to work toward advancing his design skills. Over the years he has enjoyed competing in sports such as badminton, martial arts, skiing, figure skating, marksmanship, and bodybuilding.
James is an Allen Bradley Communications Award winner and graduated top of his class in Electronics Engineering Technology in 1984.