David Lin Keynote speaker 林銘新 charge of product definition, product design & development of the following: MC5, the first high-level programmable handheld computer in the world MC-GPS, the first machine to integrate computer, GPS and GIS into one unit Z33, a centimeter-accuracy GPS unit PC-MAPPER AI, a GPS/GIS mapping program that won a Canadian award for being the most innovative software in 2004 Experienced in designing shock and vibration resistance, waterproof and airtight products. Good knowledge of: Armor design for both penetration resistance & explosive resistance. System design for Coordinate Warfare& Network Operation. Laser &GPS measurement, Azimuth, Range, Offset &Target Management. Operation Management :Experienced in managing multiple departments, labor relation, time-motion study, quality control, major engineering projects, product introduction and customer satisfaction. Marketing :Twenty years experience in marketing instruments, handheld computers, GPS equipment and GIS software. Actively involved in segment analysis, channeling and promotion. Have visited most of our dealers in their countries and have an extensive working relation with them. Education :M.S. – B.S. – Electrical Engineering Stanford University 1982 Materials Science and Engineering University of Utah, Sept. 1977 – May 1978
Physics Clarkson College of Technology, Sept. 1971 – May 1974 Physics Chen-Kung University, Taiwan, Sept. 1966 – June 1970 Publications: B.S. Thesis – Mathematical Foundation of Quantum Mechanics M.S. Thesis – On the Quantitative Analysis of the Surface Composition of a Gold-silicon Interface Using an Ion Scattering Spectrometer Work Experience 1984 – 2016 1980 – 1984 1978 – 1979 1976 – 1977 Achievements Manager, President & CEO Corvallis Microtechnology, Inc. Member of Technical Staff Hewlett-Packard Co. Engineering Section Head National Semiconductor Corporation Engineering Department Manager American Microsystems, Inc. Set up LCD manufacturing equipment and facilities with 1 million parts/month production capability, occupying a 20,000 sq. ft. clean room (the largest of its kind at that time). Improved the yield of LCD manufacturing from 15% to 50%, the highest yield in the industry at that time. Successfully headed the design, manufacture and marketing of the MC5 handheld computers. Successfully headed the design, manufacture and marketing of integrated GPS/GIS systems (MC-GPS, MARCH-IIE, ALTO-G12). Achieved a net profit 100 times of paid-in capital within 20 years of operation.