4800 Oak Grove Drive
Chuck Bergh is an electro-mechanical engineer with extensive experience in end-to-end design, integration, and successful delivery of embedded avionic systems and mobile autonomous systems. His background includes system specification, avionics design, verification and validation testing, electro-mechanical design, digital control theory, and real-time software design.
Master of Science Mechanical Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999.
Mechatronics and Adaptive Control System Design.
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering
Auburn University, 1994.
DARPA Robotic Autonomy in Complex Environments with Resiliency (RACER) - Test/Safety Lead
Mars Sample Retrieval Lander (SRL) - Vision Compute Element - Subject Matter Expert
NASA Human Lander Systems (HLS) - Lander Vision System (LVS-B) - Manager
Mars 2020 Vision Compute Element - Test/Integration Lead, V&V Lead
DARPA Robotics Challenge - RoboSimian - Integration Lead, Electrical Lead
CoOperative Blending of Autonomous Landing Technology (COBALT) - Payload Systems Engineer
Autonomous Descent and Ascent Powered-flight Testbed (ADAPT) - Hardware Cognizant Engineer
MSL Rover Actuator EGSE (AEGSE) - Cognizant Engineer
Autonomy for USSV - Project Manager, Technical Lead
TPF Formation Flight Control Testbed - Avionics Lead
MSL Terminal Descent Sensor Testbed - Test-Article Lead
Mars Subsonic Parachute/Pin Point Landing - Hardware Lead (Down Looking Camera)
Planetary Autonomous Amphibious Rover (PAARV)- Task Manager
DARPA Perception for Off-Road Navigation (PerceptOR)
DARPA Tactical Mobile Robot (TMR)
SECRET - Active (2000-2010)