Some of the highlights from Cary’s high-tech career include:
- Principal Electrical Engineer at IV Lab where he led a team conducting applied machine-learning research using convolutional neural networks (CNN) with GPU clusters to develop AI architectures specific to disease diagnosis with high sensitivity/specificity. Established and matured a state-of-the-art R&D electronics lab to build and test innovative electronic and embedded software solutions that focus on global health issues in the developing world and open problems in high tech fields.
- Lead systems engineer for crew capsule development at Blue Origin LLC where he defined and created technical requirements, system baseline configurations, concept of operations for sub-orbital launches, launch timelines, on-board software architecture and vehicle mass properties. With 100% successful flights (pad escape test, max-Q escape test and multiple nominal suborbital flights), the crew capsule is the most flown Blue Origin vehicle to date.
- Optimization engineer at Amazon.com where he developed and deployed two successful initiatives: Created adaptive self-learning algorithms for reducing packaging errors by identifying packaging errors from shipping weight and expected contents. Defined new box sizes and shapes to reduce corrugate and shipping costs.
- Electrical design engineer at Motorola Space Electronics Division (now part of General Dynamics) where he developed and tested advanced low-earth orbit (LEO) satellites and ECCM air-borne radars.
Cary received his PhD and MS degrees in electrical engineering from Arizona State University and his BS in electrical engineering from University of Wyoming.