Loveland rail-safety company hires local CSU graduate
Loveland, Colorado – DataTraks (www.datatraks.com), which provides engineering and software solutions for companies around the world in the railroad, manufacturing and mining industries, today announced the hiring of Kathryn Moore, a Colorado State University graduate, as a development engineer.
“Kathryn is a talented developer that can provide fresh insight and grow with our team,” said Jim Bilodeau, president of DataTraks, “It’s great that we have such talent being cultivated in Colorado.”
Moore graduated from Colorado State University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Computing Technology. Her software development experience includes positions at Global Financial Review and TennisSource.net. Her work with SQL and C#/C++, as well as her experience developing mobile applications, fits in well with the work DataTraks is doing to serve its customers and make their industries safer.
“I’m excited to be working for DataTraks,” says Moore, “It’s a chance for me to help develop some cutting edge systems that can help save lives.” As a development engineer, Moore is managing all aspects of new projects including: proposals, design, documentation, implementation, troubleshooting, testing, and support. She is also helping the DataTraks team design and develop new digital signal processing and pattern recognition algorithms for complex mechanical systems to help diagnostics and decision making for preventative maintenance programs and other applications.
DataTraks was founded in 1998 to help railroad operators make critical decisions regarding the development and maintenance of safe, effective rail systems. The company provides customized engineering and software solutions for companies around world, in the railroad, manufacturing, and mining industries. DataTraks clients benefit from an experienced team of electrical, mechanical and software engineers dedicated to helping those they serve operate safer and more efficiently. Areas of focus include Positive Train Control (PTC), wireless sensor systems, custom software, non-destructive evaluation, and preventative maintenance. For more information, visit www.datatraks.com, call (970) 461-1140, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.