Datalogic Scanning, Inc. and the fundamentals of reading a barcode
|Authors:||Tom Tamburrini Datalogic Scanning of Eugene|
Pietro Todescato Datalogic Scanning of Eugene
|Date:||April 24, 2008|
In this talk, we will discuss who we are and what we do, including barcode scanning, system architecture, laser and imaging scanners, basics of barcodes, data capture methods, edge detection and the problems assiociated with it, and decoding.
Mr. Tamburrini has over 23 years of product development/engineering management experience. He started in the industry in 1985 and he has held individual contributor and leadership positions in engineering, advanced development, program management, manufacturing engineering and engineering services. Prior to Datalogic, Tamburrini worked for Spectra-Physics and PSC, Inc, and has been involved with several successful entrepreneurial ventures. Tamburrini is a member of Datalogic's intellectual property committee and is an inventor on 15 U.S. Patents and several European patents.
Tamburrini has proven to be an effective leader in the way of technology development, program management and team-based product development. He is currently managing an international team of engineers based in Eugene, Oregon and Bologna, Italy. His experience with developing practical product designs, effective organizational structures, managing teams and implementing effective process has helped Datalogic be successful in the markets it serves.
Tamburrini received a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Wayne State University in Detroit Michigan and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. Tamburrini has previously served as PSC's board member for the Oregon State University engineering internship program.