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  • New Glarus, WI
  • Sunnyvale, CA
  • Macedon, NY
  • San Jose, CA

Work

Company: Idteq (thailand) co., ltd: bangkok, thailand 2001 to 2013 Position: Director of asia pacific operations

Education

Degree: MBA School / High School: Rochester Institute of Technology 1980 to 1982 Specialities: Finance/Marketing

Awards

CES - Design Innovation (5) • COMDEX – Best of Class • DnB Nord – Technology Innovation • Singapore EDB – Best Company • Thailand BOI – Preferred Company

Industries

Consumer Electronics

Resumes

Resumes

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Director Of Asia Pacific Operations At Idteq (Thailand) Co., Ltd: Bangkok, Thailand

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Position:
Director of Asia Pacific Operations at iDTEQ (Thailand) Co., Ltd: Bangkok, Thailand
Location:
Madison, Wisconsin Area
Industry:
Consumer Electronics
Work:
iDTEQ (Thailand) Co., Ltd: Bangkok, Thailand since 2001
Director of Asia Pacific Operations

Celestica/Omni Industries: Singapore 1994 - 2001
Director of Engineering

Harman International: Northridge, CA, USA 1990 - 1994
Engineering Manager

Apple Inc.: Cupertino, CA, USA 1986 - 1990
Sr. Program Manager

DapaProducts Corp.: Milford, NH, USA 1983 - 1986
Project Manager
Education:
Rochester Institute of Technology 1980 - 1982
MBA, Finance/Marketing
University of Wisconsin-Madison 1974 - 1978
BSc, Mechanical Engineering
Honor & Awards:
CES - Design Innovation (5) COMDEX – Best of Class DnB Nord – Technology Innovation Singapore EDB – Best Company Thailand BOI – Preferred Company

Publications

Us Patents

System And Method For Intrusion Detection

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US Patent:
8253563, Aug 28, 2012
Filed:
May 16, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/920379
Inventors:
Jonathan James Burnard - New Glarus WI,
Tor Sønsterød - Heggedal,
Assignee:
iDTEQ AS - Asker
International Classification:
G08B 13/00
US Classification:
340541, 340565
Abstract:
Present day intrusion detection systems frequently cause false alarms by mistaking occupants as intruders, and it is desirable to reduce such false alarms. This invention comprises a processor that employs various software algorithms. The processor receives signals over temporal periods and software algorithms statistically discern various activities, thereby reducing false alarms and detection failures. The software algorithms are adaptive to the level of detected activity such that a rate of false alarms may be predetermined. As such, the processor and software algorithms comprise an artificial intelligence system. This artificial intelligence system may be employed in intruder and vehicle alarm systems composed of a multiplicity of detectors and within such detectors. A second aspect of this invention is an improved infrasound detection method that may be employed in such artificial intelligence.

Intrusion Detection System With Signal Recognition

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US Patent:
2012001, Jan 12, 2012
Filed:
Jan 30, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/867972
Inventors:
Tor Sønsterød - Heggedal,
Jonathan James Burnard - New Glarus WI,
International Classification:
G08B 13/16
G06F 19/00
US Classification:
702 70
Abstract:
An intrusion detection system comprises an intrusion detector, preferably a microphone for picking up infrasound, and a signal processor. Signals from the detector are split into two channels of different frequency ranges and processed separately in the two channels, and signal characteristics are compared between the two channels. Conclusions are drawn regarding the original signal source, on the basis of the comparison between the two channels.
Jonathan J Burnard from New Glarus, WI, age ~66 Get Report