Keith Ruenheck, Principal Software Engineer Keith Ruenheck is a Principal Software Engineer at Columbia Tech. He graduated with an electrical engineering degree from Umass Lowell and is currently working toward completing his master’s degree in robotics engineering at...
When developing a new innovative product, looking for perfection can oftentimes hinder your ability to introduce the product to market.
Columbia Tech’s principal software engineer discusses the benefits of using single board computers (SBCs) in embedded systems.
At Columbia Tech, establishing a clear set of mutually defined expectations with our valued clients is critical to the success of any project. We utilize a set of comprehensive tools to get a detailed understanding of the work required by our engineering services customers, and then collaborate to generate a clear Statement of Work (SOW) outlining the tasks required to achieve our clients’ goals.
As a new product comes to life from concept to commercialization, meeting our client’s objectives is critical to our success and theirs. In order to ensure we can fulfill each client’s objectives in the dynamic product development environment, we have found that following a structured phase gate development process provides the necessary foundation and roadmap to bring a product to market at WARP SPEED.
Longtime Coghlin Companies employee, Craig Thompson, reflects on his transition from a machine shop welder to an experienced engineering technician.
For the last ten years, the Boy Scouts Council covering the greater Lowell area has sponsored a Math Science Technology Expo. Scouts choose two STEM-related badges, ranging from aviation to weather to engineering, and receive six hours of instruction and hands-on participation in those areas.
The Toastmasters Club gives people a systematic and proven way to develop their public speaking and leadership skills. Honing these abilities can help in many professional situations, including customer visits, design reviews and discussions with their team members and upper management.
The “Internet of Things” and technology innovations are turning cities into ‘smart’ cities, helping to solve issues and create a more pleasant environment.