Saul Keslowitz, Ph.D., President
Intra-Tech, Inc. was founded by Dr. Saul Keslowitz in 1996. He has over 25 years experience in Control Systems Analysis, Software design and development, and Microcontroller based design
In the past, Dr. Keslowitz received patents based on some of his innovative ideas. He has published technical papers and given talks at conferences on Robotics, Space Station Controls and Displays and Kalman Filtering. While at Grumman Space Systems, he has integrated state-of-the-art technologies and put together a NASA funded Space Station/Robotics laboratory prototype.
He received a Ph.D. in 1977 in Control Systems Analysis, a M.S. in in 1974 in Electrical Engineering from SUNY at Stony Brook and a B.A. from Queens College in 1972 in Physics and Math. His Ph.D. thesis research topic was "Failure Detection in Linear Systems Using Function Observers".
Joe Ross, Chief Electrical Engineer
Joe Ross has over 30 years experience and over 50 patents in a variety of areas such as wireless power transmission and relating to 3-d spatial display information. He received a MSEE from NYU in 1968 and a MSCS from New York Polytech in 1988. Most recently he has worked in the areas of motor control, shaft encoding and power through the air to a 3-phase servo.