David is an expert in high-reliability downhole electronics with a passion for designing products to improve the efficiency of the drilling process. David began his career in the aerospace industry working at Boeing Commercial Airplanes but was drawn to the challenges of designing innovative oilfield tools. David has led several successful product design teams where he has successfully reduced client operational costs by as much as 70%.
Kripa began his career in the aerospace industry. He has since then led and managed teams designing control system for Automotive, Aerospace, Defense and Oil & Gas Industry.
Nathan Szanto attended the Missouri University of Science and Technology where he received a degree in Electrical Engineering. During his time at S&T, Nathan’s research involved the incorporation of event-sampling in direct adaptive neural network control. Outside of academic pursuits, he enjoys photography and electronics.
Coming from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, Saravanan Pandiyan is our Firmware Engineer in Test. His area of interest includes – Directional Drilling concepts, Computer Networking, PLCs and Automation.
Garrett focuses on innovation through manufacturing techniques such as 3D printing and through finite element analysis to improve every component of downhole tools. Working in mechanical R&D for MWD and Wireline systems since graduating from Texas A&M. He has led a range of engineering projects from multi-year toolstring development to expedited quick-delivery solutions for specific jobs.