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Work at Baumer Hübner (Berlin, Germany)
From 2013 onwards I've worked for Baumer Hübner, a company that makes sensors for industrial and rail applications. I was the architect for a new embedded software platform that has been used in five products (as of 2018), including the SIL2 certified 'BPIK' rail encoder. The BPIK sensor is deployed on the Stadler EC250 high-speed train that runs through the Gotthard Base Tunnel from Switzerland to Italy. In 2016 I sucessfully completed the TÜV Rheinland Functional Safety Engineer training on IEC 61508 for HW & SW (certificate number 12395/16).
Stephan Hawking using a wheelchair with an R-Net control system