While Dylan enjoys engaging in a variety of projects, he specializes in embedded system development. Raised in Tiverton RI, Dylan has relocated to San Diego for work in the unmanned autonomous marine systems industry.
Making use of a wide set of design tools, Dylan is particularly interested in the potential for elegance in the implementation of electronic systems. This elegance may found in a particularly low power, small size solution, or a rugged system with sufficient redundancies to allow a 1" hole to be drilled through any location in a PCB with no effect on the performance of the system.
Dylan enjoys a variety of activities and finds opportunities to create new electronic widgets everywhere, whether it be a suspension travel datalogger for his mountain bike, a massively bright red flashlight for night hikes in the forest, or a "Jack Sparrow" compass app that points to the nearest pub.