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Brian Feldman

Brian Feldman has backgrounds in mechanical engineering, programming, database development, and electronics. He has combined these disciplines to become one of the top robotics consultants in the world specializing in Arduino. In 2009, he started Feldman Consulting Enterprises.

Brian has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Penn State and a Master's Degree in Engineering and Technology Innovation Management from Carnegie Mellon University.

Brian holds US Patent (7,616,012) for innovations involving an advanced capacitance paddle developed while working for General Electric.  Brian is involved in the development of the SeeSawTM, a device to retrofit table saws to indicate when the blade is still spinning to enhance safety.  Brian is a licensed private pilot and enjoys wine tasting, travel, robotics, and volunteering at math competitions. He was heavily involved in building and exhibiting TOBOR, the gigantic robot arm at the 2015 Bay Area Maker Faire and the 2015 World Maker Faire in New York.

Feldman, Brian

Brian Feldman

Brian Feldman has backgrounds in mechanical engineering, programming, database development, and electronics. He has combined these disciplines to become one of the top robotics consultants in the world specializing in Arduino. In 2009, he started Feldman Consulting Enterprises.

Brian has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Penn State and a Master's Degree in Engineering and Technology Innovation Management from Carnegie Mellon University.

Brian holds US Patent (7,616,012) for innovations involving an advanced capacitance paddle developed while working for General Electric.  Brian is involved in the development of the SeeSawTM, a device to retrofit table saws to indicate when the blade is still spinning to enhance safety.  Brian is a licensed private pilot and enjoys wine tasting, travel, robotics, and volunteering at math competitions. He was heavily involved in building and exhibiting TOBOR, the gigantic robot arm at the 2015 Bay Area Maker Faire and the 2015 World Maker Faire in New York.