The BOOM says "THANK YOU!" to the following amazing Advisers, for donating their knowledge and wisdom.

Mobile Laboratory Advisers

Eugene Korsunskiy -- Co-Founder of SparkTruck for his Masters Degree from Stanford U. SparkTruck is an educational build-mobile, which spread hands-on learning to kids all across the USA. SparkTruck won Fast Company Innovation by Design award, Maker Faire Educator's Choice 2013, and Maker Faire Editor's Choice 2012. Eugene is now Coordinator of Design Initiatives at the University of Vermont, and he loves to make things.
Jason Martin -- Founder/Director of Atlanta's STE(A)M Truck™, Georgia’s first mobile maker space, an innovation lab which inspires youth to learn Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math, by bringing tools, equipment and experts directly to students. Jason is winner of more awards than we can fit on this page, including National Geographic and many more.

Development Advisers

Robin Patin -- Former Project Leader at Tech All Stars/Europe, and Organizer of Startup Weekend/Copenhagen, Robin works in Business Development and Strategic Partnerships for startups. She helps startups become successful. She's passionate about tech, humanitarian causes, and all things international.

Product Management

Faran Thomason -- a toy and video game industry veteran, with companies such as Nintendo, Atari, and MGA Entertainment, across genres including Mobile, Sports, MMO, Real Time Strategy, Action/Adventure and First Person Shooters. Faran has developed and shipped dozens of acclaimed titles, that have sold millions of units at retail, and have won awards from industry groups such as Electronic Gaming Monthly, Dr. Toy, SIGGRAPH, PBS and GamePro.

Engineering Advisers

Malcolm Knapp, MS in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University, Malcolm designed and built a low cost rechargeable lantern for rural African villages, for The Millennium Villages project in 2004. Now, he leads the Engineer Accelerator, teaching professional electronics product development at Tech Liminal.
Bruce Bishop, Fellow with the TE Connectivity Antenna Group, is advising the BOOM on antenna design. Bruce founded and grew TE's Antenna Group to a multimillion-dollar annual sales. With 40+ years of antenna design experience, Bruce was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by TE Connectivity for his contributions to antenna science. Bruce also has an antenna farm in his backyard.
Walt Maclay is President of Voler Systems. Walt advises the BOOM on interconnects. Voler Systems Contract Engineering in electronic design, software, and sensors.

Jacob Harel is VP of Product Management and Business Development for Zeidman Technologies. Jacob has guided a number of successful products from early concept to launch.

Both Walt and Jacob are Team Members of the Product Realization Group
Sean O'Callaghan is an electronics genius. Check out his 800W Class-D amplifier design. Sean is working with the BOOM on Class D amplifier design and power supplies.
Bryan Day is a musical improviser, instrument inventor, recording artist, illustrator, installation artist, and Electrical Engineer. He has generously donated his time and incredible creativity to the BOOM. Bryan solved several of our critical engineering challenges, including our battery and pcb mounting methods and more. Bryan is a stellar contributor to our core boombox design. Thank you, Bryan!
Larry Trammell (aka RidgeRat), has many years experience in advanced data acqusition and embedded real-time data processing. He has advised the BOOM on DFT and Goertzel processing. Larry enjoys obscure adventures in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness.
Peter Ossian is an embeddded engineer. Peter is working with the BOOM on microcontroller hardware, UML, and firmware.
Eric, Kevin, Jon, Jia, and the crew of Technical Machine, creators of the amazing, javascript-programmable Tessel microcontroller, are assisting the BOOM with PCB prototyping, surface mount assembly, and fabrication options.
Marcus Rosenthal is Co-Founder & CEO of Revolve Robotics. Marcus is working with the BOOM to design our bicycle mounts.

Antolin Agatep is an embedded systems firmware architect with 15+ years developing WiFi, Bluetooth, biometric, defense, and consumer electronics. He holds a US patent related to antenna arrays, and he finds time every now and then to play some classical guitar. Antolin is working with the BOOM on development of our wireless solutions.

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