Neil Vanasse joins Boulder Imaging

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Boulder Imaging has appointed Neil Vanasse as a senior optical solutions engineer. Vanasse is an optical and mechanical engineer with more than 15 years of experience. He will be designing imaging solutions around the company's flagship product lines Vision Inspectort and Quazar high performance digital video recorder (HPDVR).

'To maintain this leadership position we are actively expanding our team of world class technical professionals,' said Carlos Jorquera, founder and CTO. 'Mr Vanasse is an excellent addition to our team.'

'The dynamic team at Boulder Imaging is what attracted me to this company. As a senior optical solutions engineer, I will be at the front lines solving customer's high speed imaging and inspection challenges,' commented Vanasse.

Vanasse brings extensive experience in optical and mechanical engineering. He previously held the position of optical/mechanical engineer at Rocky Mountain Instruments working on design, analysis, and testing of ultraviolet, visible, and infrared optical systems. He was employed for nine years with Lockheed Martin Coherent Technologies where he designed, assembled, and tested optical/LADAR systems along with a variety of laser and thermal-electric technologies. Prior to Lockheed Martin, Vanasse gained valuable experience working at the Center for Research and Education in Optics and Lasers, (CREOL) University of Central Florida.

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