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2018 GTC San Jose

Andrew Herson

Head of Computer Vision Products, Verizon

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Andrew Herson joined Verizon through a chain of acquisitions: Sensity Systems by Verizon in October 2016 and Eutecus by Sensity in June of 2016. Prior to, Andrew was VP of Product Development at Eutecus where he was responsible for Computer Vision Product Development. Andrew led the design, development, and delivery of Eutecus' Computer Vision Products. His contributions included a major design win within Sensity's Video Node. Andrew served as the primary point of contact for Sensity and was responsible for delivering Computer Vision hardware, software, and algorithmic advances to the Video Node. This work started in 2013 and continues today within Verizon's Product Development on next generation devices. Prior to joining Eutecus, Sensity, and Verizon, Andrew dedicated his career to devices and sensors. Most notably, he was a lead developer at PNI Sensor Corporation where he designed, developed, and delivered MEMs accelerometer and gyroscope based IMUs leveraging magnetic sensors for pointing and gaming applications. In partnership with STMicroelectronics, this work culminated with a design win within Nintendo's Wii U gaming system. Before PNI, Andrew started his career with ENSCO Inc. where he designed and development seismic, acoustic, and magnetic sensor systems for geophysical applications. Andrew earned a BA in Business and Physics from Franklin & Marshall College, as well as a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland.

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