Senior Software Engineer at GE Transportation :
Defining the Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) strategy for GE Transportation.
Member of IEEE 1633WG - helping define a Software Reliability process for the Organization.
Building the Industrial Internet strategy for GE's Locomotive Software products.
Working with GE Research teams on BigData Technologies to handle large volume of data and identify patterns.
Analyzing data using tools like SAS, R to identify signatures of failure and influence maintenance actions.
Senior Systems Engineer at GE Energy :
Architected a SOA-based integration platform for hosting next-gen Software applications on a Common Information Model.
This Platform is leveraged by GE's Smart Grid solutions, Power Plant applications and Turbine Controls.
The Platform is based on Java, ESB, OSGi, JSF Technologies and uses OpenSource tools like Apache ServiceMix, Camel, ActiveMQ, PrimeFaces, etc.
Part of a global (USA, India, UK) development team, following Agile methodology and leveraging a private Cloud for development.
Lead an initiative for extending this integration platform to Power Generation applications - to provide a Software Layer for GE Controls.
Incorporating standards like ISA-95, MIMOSA OSA-CBM, OpenO&M to define the Power Generation canonical model. Developed Java based OPC-UA adapter to exchange
data with external Systems. Also developed adapters for MIMOSA and Process Historians.
Evaluated Rule Engines based on AI algorithms like Fuzzy and Neural Networks.
Identified opportunities to integrate these Engines to solve System-level business problems.
Chief Architect at GE Energy :
Developed the Technology Road-map for the Gas Turbine RM&D business.
Maintained the overall System Architecture and initiated synergy programs for Common User Interface and Rules Platform.
Actively worked with Strategic and Product teams to define the long-term Technology plan.
Provided Technical direction to Software teams through Design and code reviews.
Set up processes for early identification of Design defects and improve Software Quality.
Lead Design Engineer at GE Energy :
Lead the development of key modules of the Condition Monitoring Software called CCAP (earlier known as ICAS).
Developed the Java-based CCAP Portal that manages remote deployment of Rule-Sets and Configuration to more than 500 sites across the world.
Worked on a distributed intelligence strategy for deploying Rules to remote sites and to the central System.
Worked as an interface between Engineering and Software teams to help translate Business requirements into Product features.
Research Engineer at GE Global Research :
Lead the development of Knowledge-based Configurator tools that capture design knowledge and influence the geometry of locomotive CAD models (in Unigraphics).
Lead the process of interviewing design Engineers, studying past designs, manufacturing drawings, product manuals and capturing this Knowledge into the System.
Leveraged Knowledge Fusion as the knowledge management tool. Worked as onsite coordinator at GE Rail facility in Erie, PA leading a global team of GE Engineers and Drafters.