AI & Autonomy
Pete spent five years at Draper Laboratory where he designed and fielded real-time vision-aided navigation algorithms including approaches using visual inertial odometry and geo-referenced image correlation. His software and algorithms have been fielded on autonomous aerial vehicles that have flown in the United States and in theater. Previously, he spent six years at Honeywell where he developed SLAM algorithms and non-linear, fault tolerant controllers. He earned his MS from MIT and BS, summa cum laude, from University of Minnesota.