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Engineering Electrical

Forney, Texas, United States
August 11, 2018

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Justry Weir

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Fort Worth, TX **109



To obtain an engineering position utilizing analytical hardware or software skills and to further my level of experience in other industries.


August 2015-Present Wynright Robotics Arlington, TX

Engineering Manager

Managed project related engineering tasks for Mechanical, Electrical, Robotics and 3D Perception Software Engineers.

Technically led system designs through all project phases.

Assisted in the development of online task management systems between engineering group and perception software group.

oCreated a web application to tie two systems together using web APIs from both management websites.

On boarded and managed 3D perception group through 3 different mobile robot applications related to loading/unloading trailers and sea containers.

Took on project controls engineering work and robot programming tasks when necessary.

Project Management including all technical and financial aspects

August 2012-July 2015 Wynright Robotics Arlington, TX

Controls Engineer

Performed electrical design and component selection for robot/conveyor cell related control panels.

Performed electrical design and component selection for custom robot end effectors.

Ethernet communications setup on Motoman and Fanuc Robots.

PLC/HMI programming using Allen Bradley PLC/HMI.

Robot programming and received RIA certification.

Worked with 3rd Party to develop 3D perception algorithms for autonomous mobile truck unloading robot,

January 2011-July 2012 Next Generation Systems Arlington, TX

Student Associate

Assisted in MEMS fabrication process for vibration and laser thermal driven microrobots.

Assisted in the design of a robotic manufacturing assembly cell for a Fortune 500 Company.

2007- January 2011 Sherwin Williams Fort Worth, TX

Store Associate

Mixed, matched and prepared paint for customers.

Performed weekly cycle counts for inventory control.

Performed yearly store inventory.

2004–2007 DHL Solutions Grapevine, TX

Department Lead

Scheduled inbound trucks.

Took over another department.

Reformatted the department and turned its inventory around to fully meet DHL requirements.

Wrote and maintained work instructions for the department.

A new contract moved in and I managed the implementation process and put the functions, work instructions and processes in place.

Ran the day to day operations of this eventually 13 employee team in all standard warehouse functions.

Re-established and operated a fork-lift training program for new recruits and a recertification program for long term employees.

Maintained computer systems and inventory programs.


May 2007 – May 2011 University Of Texas at Arlington

B.S. Electrical Engineering, Mathematics Minor, May 2011

Relevant Projects:

Finalist in the 2011 NIST Microrobotics Challenge. We were one of 7 teams worldwide who were accepted into the competition finals. Received NSF fellowship to travel to 2011 International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Shanghai, China where the competition was held. Utilized National Instruments hardware and software to create a control system for microrobots which were manufactured using the MEMS process.

Senior Design project based on the NIST Microrobotics Challenge. We created an automated control system for the control of microrobots using ultrasonic vibration energy from a PZT stack actuator. We utilized NI Vision Builder and NI 1742 Smart Camera to do all image processing. Network variables were transmitted to NI 1042 Chassis for LabVIEW. LabVIEW code then took these variables and used proportional control to generate a voltage on a PXI 6251 card. This voltage is read by a PIC microcontroller and a square wave is generated to drive the PZT stack actuator.

Successfully competed in the IEEE Region 5 robotics competition that was held at the 2010 Green Technologies conference in Grapevine, TX. We created a mobile autonomous articulated arm/platform that performed line following using IR sensors. The robot also used sonar for obstacle detection. The robot was configured to travel to specific positions in the course and pick up rods that contained resistors. The robot would then take these rods to a designated location based on the measured resistance value of the rod. We were one of three teams out of 27 to successfully complete the course in the first round.

Relevant Courses:

Circuit Analysis, Electronics, Electromagnetics, Computer Methods, Linear Systems, Power, Digital Circuit Design, Computer Programming (C Discrete Signals and Systems, Probability and Random Signals, Telecommunications, Microprocessors (PIC), Control Systems, Medical Imaging, Advanced Research (2010 IEEE region 5 robotics competition).

IEEE Student Leadership

Fall 2010 – JCEO

Spring 2011 - Treasurer

May 2005 – May 2007 Dallas County Community College

Worked on early core classes and developmental math

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