Dr. John N. Sanders-Reed

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Sanders-Reed, John N.
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SPIE Membership: 22.7 years total | 22.7 years voting
SPIE Awards: Fellow status | Senior status
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Area of Expertise: Enhanced Vision, Degraded Visual Environments, Tracking Systems, Videogrammetry
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Dr. Sanders-Reed holds a PhD in physics from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland and an MBA from the Northeastern University High-Tech MBA program. He has worked at Picker X-ray (medical imaging), MIT Lincoln Laboratory, SVS Inc (start-up company eventually bought by Boeing), and is currently a Technical Fellow with The Boeing Company and Chief Technologist in Boeing Research & Technology (BR&T). He also teaches a one day course on motion analysis at MIT as part of a larger high speed imaging course. He is also owner of Image and Video Exploitation Technologies (IVET) LLC and developer of the Visual Fusion motion analysis software package.
His areas of expertise include advanced vision systems, in particular Distributed Aperture Sensor (DAS) enhanced and synthetic vision, and sensors and phenonmenology related to Degraded Visual Environments (DVE). He has also worked extensively in the areas of faint target detection, mutli-sensor, multi-target detection and tracking, multi-sensor triangulation, and video-grammetry. He is the developer of the Visual Fusion video-grammetry motion analysis software package.

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