Systems Engineer @ Siemens Campbell, CASoftware Engineer @ Festo USA Developed customer applications for Festo PLCs, ACS Controllers, and Precise Automation Controllers, often involving Festo H-Gantry or XYZ-Gantry.Developed libraries written in IEC 61131-3 (CODESYS) to improve efficiency of application development for the Livermore Software and Controls team. Strong believer in Common Behaviour Model, Function Block Factory, and...
Systems Engineer @ Siemens Campbell, CASoftware Engineer @ Festo USA Developed customer applications for Festo PLCs, ACS Controllers, and Precise Automation Controllers, often involving Festo H-Gantry or XYZ-Gantry.Developed libraries written in IEC 61131-3 (CODESYS) to improve efficiency of application development for the Livermore Software and Controls team. Strong believer in Common Behaviour Model, Function Block Factory, and OOP Design Patterns.Worked on proof-of-concept integration between Festo components and components from other vendors (such as Universal Robots, Cognex, Atlas Copco, etc).Provided sample code to communicate to Festo components via fieldbus (Modbus, CANopen, OPC UA, EtherCAT, etc) in whatever programming language requested such as C#, Python (very common), Java, and IEC 61131-3.Provided guidance to junior engineers and occasionally lit fires under senior engineers in order to enhance team capabilities.Travel to provide project support both domestically and internationally. Interface with customers to gather information and develop solutions. From April 2014 to February 2018 (3 years 11 months) Livermore, CaliforniaApplications Engineer @ Moog Continued development of the main SCARA robot control software for wafer handling applications in the semiconductor industry (Semiconductor Toolkit). In particular I wrote Parasol II software for the BX-300 controller.Developed C and/or Parasol II software for robot peripherals such as flipping end-effectors, and wafer aligners.Provided customized robot application software and field support to customers both remotely and in-person.Developed robot test stand software for use in-house. This project improved robot quality to the customer by identifying failure symptoms early and provided direction for future improvements to the robot product. From July 2011 to September 2013 (2 years 3 months) Richmond, CaliforniaLEGO Instructor @ Play-Well TEKnologies I was responsible for introducing elementary and middle school students to the basics of and manipulation of mechanical phenomenon in an after-school and/or summer camp environment. A few of my more intriguing and hilarious Lego projects continue to be taught today.At the start of Summer 2010, I personally conceived, developed, and executed the first Play-Well Pleasanton (PWP) LEGO NXT Robotics Program.Shortly before Fall 2010, a co-worker and I launched the Play-Well Pleasanton FIRST Lego League team.Also shared silly jokes and laughs :). From January 2010 to July 2011 (1 year 7 months) San Francisco Bay AreaControl Systems Engineer @ Serra Designed ladder logic and statement list software for a wide range programmable logic controllers (PLC) such as Siemens (SIMATIC STEP 7) and Allen Bradley (RSLogix).Also trained in HMI and SCADA development (Wonderware InTouch, etc). From September 2008 to February 2009 (6 months) San Francisco, California
April 2014 to February 2018
July 2011 to September 2013
January 2010 to July 2011
San Francisco Bay Area
Control Systems Engineer
September 2008 to February 2009
San Francisco, California
What company does Jourdan Carrido work for?
Jourdan Carrido works for Siemens
What is Jourdan Carrido's role at Siemens?
Jourdan Carrido is Systems Engineer
What industry does Jourdan Carrido work in?
Jourdan Carrido works in the Mechanical or Industrial Engineering industry.
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