Scott Rosenthal is a leading developer of products
containing embedded systems. He is directly responsible
for over 100 successful product designs.
Scott recognizes the need to design the best embedded system, he also knows that
it is only part of the product. After all, it's the product that sells! Scott's designs are of high quality, and they work
because he designs them to be:
- Cost-effective to produce
- Easily maintained
- Understandable and upgradable by others
- Easily expandable for future requirements
Unlike most embedded system folks, Scott's equally at home with software/firmware and electronics. Additionally, he's an expert at optoelectronic
systems, specializing in low-level light measurement and using LEDs as quantitative
Scott has designed products covering the spectrum, including:
- Measurement and control
- Industrial applications
- Consumer products
of industries and the products that he's designed include water quality
analyzers, medical monitors, vending systems, communication system analyzers,
smokestack "scrubber" systems, and grain product analyzers.
For almost 10 years, Scott wrote a column on embedded design techniques for
Personal Engineering & Instrumentation News. Copies of all his columns
are available here.
Scott wrote for, and was a contributing editor to,
Practical Sailor magazine. Other articles of his also appeared in
Blue Water Sailing and Good
magazines. For more information about Scott's sailing, check out his sailboat
web site at www.sltf.com/boat.