Robert C. Scott, P.E.�lectronic Design and Production

L. Scott HazlewoodElectronic Design and Production

E. Michael Gregory, P.E.�/span>Analog and Digital Circuits

F. Michael Belue�/span>Mechanical Design and Production / Regulatory Agency Interface

Petros Kyprios, P.E. ﳰan> Thermal and Structural Design / Stress Analysis

James F. Sellars, Jr.�/span>Industrial Design

Larry L. Hilley�/span>Software Engineering

John Barnett, Jr., P.E.�/span>Radio Frequency Design Engineering


Robert C. Scott, P.E.

Electronic Design and Production
Program Manager

Mr. Scott has significant experience and expertise in engineering management, design and development programs, and the producibility of equipment. Under Mr. Scott's direction, products are engineered from the start to satisfy manufacturing, price and time-to-market objectives. Based on his added expertise in computers used in control applications (embedded controller hardware and software), electromagnetic compatibility, and communications, Mr. Scott is highly proficient in adapting precision products to rugged environments.詳 career spans forty years.

Mr. Scott worked for Southwest Energy Control Systems, Inc., as Director of Product Development (12 years), for Scientific Machines and Datacare, Inc., as Chief Engineer (6 years), and Collins Radio Company as a Design Engineer. Additionally, Mr. Scott has been in private practice for many years and has served on the Board of Directors of a Mechanical/Electrical Consulting Engineering Firm (Encon Corporation). Presently, Mr. Scott is President of The Jamesport Group. A graduate of New Mexico State University with a B.S.E.E., Mr. Scott is a Registered Professional Engineer.


L. Scott Hazlewood

Electronic Design and Production
Program Manager

Mr. Hazlewood has broad in-depth experience in the development of both digital and analog circuitry and its attendant introduction into production. His work experience includes several years at Texas Instruments and thirteen years at Southwest Energy Control Systems, Inc., where he was a Senior Engineer and Project Manager.

Mr. Hazlewood's design and development experience covers a wide range of products from the simple device found in the home to almost failure proof, rugged environment control equipment used to monitor flows and temperatures. Other significant products include data entry devices, high-end point of sale systems, other embedded controllers, and communications equipment. Now in private practice, Mr. Hazlewood is Vice President and Program Manager for The Jamesport Group.


E. Michael Gregory, P.E.

Analog and Digital Circuits

Mr. Gregory is a highly experienced electrical and environmental engineering consultant. His background includes electrical systems design and analysis, instrumentation system design, stochastic process and statistical analysis, mathematical modeling and algorithm development, forensic engineering, and regulatory compliance. Mr. Gregory has significant experience in the design and development of both analog and digital circuits and measurement and leak detection systems for hazardous fuels. He has special expertise in the analysis of circuits (filters and others) and its attendant software.

With more than thirty years experience, Mr. Gregory has worked for Tidel Systems as Chief Electronic Engineer, for Rockwell International and Seismic Engineering as a Design Engineer, and as a college instructor. He has been in private practice since 1985, and is president of Gregory Consulting, Inc. A graduate of Louisiana Tech University with an M.S.E.E. and B.S.E.E., Mr. Gregory is a Registered Professional Engineer and is an Associate of The Jamesport Group.


F. Michael Belue

Mechanical Design and Production
Regulatory Agency Interface

Mr. Belue is an expert in hydraulics, packaging and machine motion, and has an extensive background in sheet metal, metal structures, and various casting techniques. He has solid experience in the design, development and manufacture of positive displacement liquid meters, fuel dispensers, filters and filtration systems, flow indicating, and mechanical, electromechanical, and electronic counting and computing devices. Mr. Belue has served as liaison with Underwriters Laboratories, Weights and Measures, and several international regulatory and standards organizations.

Mr. Belue worked for Southwest Pump Company as Vice President for Mechanical Engineering, Keene Corporation as Chief Product Engineer and Project Engineer, and Gilbarco, Inc., as a Development Engineer. Mr. Belue is in private practice (Belue Associates); he is a graduate of Auburn University with a B.S.M.E. and is an Associate of The Jamesport Group.

Petros Kyprios, P.E.쯳pan>

Thermal and Structural Design
Stress Analysis

Mr. Kyprios is an innovative, dynamic problem solver for product development and manufacturing environments. He has an exceptional background in the thermal design of electronic equipment, electronic packaging, structural design, fluid flow, and machine design from conceptual design to production.

With more than thirty years of professional engineering work experience which included employment with Texas Instruments in the Missile Systems Division and with International Power Machines, Mr. Kyprios is now in private practice.

Mr. Kyprios received a B.S. degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from the University of Texas in Austin and his Masters in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology. He is affiliated with several professional engineering societies and is a Registered Professional Engineer. Mr. Kyprios is an Associate of The Jamesport Group.


James F. Sellars, Jr.쯳pan>

Industrial Design

Mr. Sellars has broad experience and expertise in all phases of Industrial Design. Particular experience includes graphic, ergonomic studies, human factors modeling, product design, and presentations. He is an expert in making the unique appear attractive.

Mr. Sellars worked for Recognition Equipment, Inc., as the Senior Corporate Industrial Designer, Litton Medical Systems as the Senior Industrial Designer, and for Motorola, Inc., as an Industrial Designer. Mr. Sellars has been in private practice with his company, Sellars Design, since 1989.

Mr. Sellars is a member of The Industrial Design Society of America and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Industrial Design from The Art Institute of Chicago. He is an Associate of The Jamesport Group.


Larry L. Hilley

Software Engineering

Mr. Hilley is an expert in the application of embedded control engines. His expertise extends all the way from artificial intelligence and optical and speech recognition, to operating systems. With over thirty years experience and work with a wide variety of equipment, Mr. Hilley has the know-how to complete complex projects in a timely manner.

Mr. Hilley is a graduate of Texas Christian University with a B.S. in Physics and Mathematics and has been in private practice for more than fifteen years. He is an Associate of The Jamesport Group.


John Barnett, Jr., P.E.

Radio Frequency Design Engineering

Mr. Barnett is a well recognized expert in the various forms of radio communications. His wide ranging experience varies from high power transceivers to cellular telephones to low power, local communications. With more than twenty-five years experience in radio frequency equipment design, both with Texas Instruments and in private practice, Mr. Barnett brings extensive expertise and knowledge to product development. In addition, Mr. Barnett has served as a member of several standards committees throughout his career.

Mr. Barnett is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a B.S.E.E. and is a Registered Professional Engineer. He is currently President of Wireless Communications Systems, Inc., and is an Associate of The Jamesport Group.



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