RoboCom Technologies provides cutting-edge solutions in secure communications and networking, relying on substantial expertise in research, product development, and commercial deployment.
As a nimble, small business we are efficient and driven to help you succeed. The systems that we create are used to support military and commercial network-centric operations. Our extensive experience in advanced networking algorithms and simulation drives innovative and proven networked communication solutions. Our expertise is based upon experience in military and commercial communication systems developments dating back to 1983.
Incorporated in 2009, RoboCom Technologies is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. We are a company that is run by it's people.
Why We Are Unique
Few firms combine RoboCom's real world experience in developing and fielding real-time, low latency control applications on Linux desktop or embedded platforms and advanced wireless communications and routing algorithms with the ability to create and evaluate simulation models. We have developed unique tools that can quickly solve development and integration issues.
Experience counts. We are unparalleled in network communication systems design. Furthermore, by combining state of-the-art communications systems design, modeling, simulation and implementation with a nimble business environment, we provide customers better support through the entire development and program execution process.
Example program experience includes:
- LTE Link/Channel Aggregation for increased wireless system bandwidth.
- Navy Anti-Jam data collection radio network protocol stack.
- RF Channel Controller for IP-based Flight Telemetry.
- High-speed Data Visualization.
- Cognitive Spectrum Management.
- Air Defense System Networked Radio.
- Commercial MANET Radio.
- Commercial Document Imaging Enterprise Systems.
Senior Systems Engineer
30+ yrs experience
Ray started RoboCom in 2009 focused on development of networking software products and services using the experience gained from the development of a wide range of digital communications devices and systems.
In addition to standards based networking protocols Ray has developed custom protocols for networked radios. Ray developed a common code simulation architecture for networking protocol development which was highly successful. Ray’s experience also includes waveform development for software defined radios, WNW, SRW and cognitive radio military waveforms.
At RoboCom, Ray has continued to play a key role in various projects including most recently, the development of the iNET Link Manager supporting the next generation of networking communications for military test ranges, and a channel access protocol to support Navy networked operations for an Anti-Jam data collection waveform.
Senior Software Engineer
30+ yrs experience
Bob has over 30 years of system level design and software development experience. Bob joined RoboCom starting with the design and development of the iNET Link Manager in 2011.
Prior to becoming a software engineering and development consultant, Bob worked for decades as an employee for LanVision Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio, Northrop Grumman Xetron in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Harris Corporation Government Aeropace Systems Division in Melbourne, Florida.
Bob has a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) with High Distinction from the University of Kentucky.
Managing Partner, Engineer
20+ yrs experience
Michael has over 20 years of experience in technology development and support including over 15 years dedicated to wireless, electronics hardware and embedded software.
With a focus on user experience, Michael has developed a variety of user interfaces including browser-based interfaces for embedded radio systems with database backends. Prior experience includes industrial automation, robotic systems, machine-to-machine (M2M) networked communications, ad hoc mesh networking, RF test equipment, electric Distribution Automation (DA), electronic hardware manufacturing, integrated systems testing, quality control, CMMI, FCC certification and product exporting.
Michael was a voting member of the National Smart Grid Interoperability Panel.
Michael received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from University of Cincinnati.