Monthly Archives: January 2019

Ken Huffman presents poster at Nasa’s 2019 Human Research program investigators’ workshop


METECS Senior Systems Engineer, Ken Huffman, recently presented a poster at NASA’s 2019 Human Research Program Investigators’ Workshop.  The poster was titled “Improvement of Scaling and Inverse Kinematic Results with Additional Upper Body Joints added to OpenSim Rajagopal Model”.  The presentation was well received and documents METECS’ developed improvements to the open-source OpenSim biomechanics community.


METECS is excited to welcome Beau Domingue. Beau graduated with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette followed by a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering focused on Robotics and Controls from Georgia Tech. Beau began his career in robotics by developing a computer vision system for object detection using machine learning. He then began working in warehouse automation where his role was to develop software to enable autonomous navigation using concepts from motion planning and controls. He also participated in the development and implementation of an indoor localization system.