Sealevel’s New Leadership Excels at SWaP Engineering and Functional Density

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Sealevel Systems, Inc., has promoted Jeff Baldwin to Director of Engineering.

Baldwin is versed in best practices for all aspects of complex computing designs: incorporating manufacturability, size, weight and power (SWaP) optimization, and a variety of compliance requirements related to EMI/EMC, safety and security. His design library includes over 60 industrial computer designs for leaders in defense, energy, public safety and transportation.

“Jeff is an expert in interfacing high speed computing technology with real-world I/O. He has designed Sealevel’s most successful custom designs for extreme environments – including military and hazardous areas applications,” says Earle Foster, Sr VP of Sales for Sealevel.

Baldwin’s career with Sealevel began in the summer of 2006 when he joined the team as an engineering intern. During those early years, Baldwin performed extensive research and developed test schemes for industrial computers. Following his graduation from Clemson University with a BS in Electrical Engineering and a minor in Business Administration, Baldwin officially started with Sealevel as a Manufacturing Engineer.

Baldwin’s initial experiences with industrial computers are still making an impact today: his favorite projects are best described as “extreme rugged” and his top area of expertise is computer design with a focus on functional density.