Co-Founder & Technical Fellow
Andrew led the development and deployment of one of Draper's most successful visual-inertial guidance systems that is now widely deployed on programs of critical importance. In addition to his work on visual-inertial guidance, he led Draper's autonomous exploring quadrotor program, and also their 3D-mapping for dense environment reconstruction program. Prior to this, Andrew developed Matlab and C++ monocular, stereo, and RGB-D SLAM systems for GPS-challenged navigation of humans, robots, cars, and UAVs. He earned his SM in Robotics at Harvard, and BSCE from Northwestern University.