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Peter P Dierauer

from Jamestown, OH
Age ~59

Peter Dierauer Phones & Addresses

  • 5999 Lewis Rd, Jamestown, OH 45335 (937) 453-2098
  • 2277 Shepard Dr, Freeport, IL 61032 (815) 232-1652
  • Greene, OH

Work

Company: Glboe food equipment Mar 2008 Position: Npd director

Education

School / High School: Stevens Institute of Technology 2002 to 2004 Specialities: Management

Skills

Cross Functional Team Leadership • Product Development • Leadership • Strategy • Project Management • Engineering Management • Business Development • Program Management • Process Improvement • Strategic Planning • Engineering • Manufacturing • Six Sigma • Lean Manufacturing • Continuous Improvement

Industries

Executive Office

Resumes

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Npd Director

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Location:
2277 Shepard Dr, Freeport, IL 61032
Industry:
Executive Office
Work:
Glboe Food Equipment
Npd Director

Ysi, A Xylem Brand Aug 2004 - Nov 2007
Vice President Technology and Business Development

Honeywell Nov 1988 - Aug 2004
Emerging Technology Leader
Education:
Stevens Institute of Technology 2002 - 2004
Engineering School Biel / Bienne 1982 - 1986
Bachelors, Bachelor of Science, Computer Science, Engineering
Skills:
Cross Functional Team Leadership
Product Development
Leadership
Strategy
Project Management
Engineering Management
Business Development
Program Management
Process Improvement
Strategic Planning
Engineering
Manufacturing
Six Sigma
Lean Manufacturing
Continuous Improvement

Business Records

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Company / Classification
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Peter Dierauer
SOUTHWEST OHIO TRACK CLUB

Publications

Us Patents

Event Driven Multicast Material Sorting System

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US Patent:
6522943, Feb 18, 2003
Filed:
Jul 20, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/910300
Inventors:
Peter Dierauer - Freeport IL
Assignee:
Honeywell Inc. - Morristown NJ
International Classification:
G06F 700
US Classification:
700223, 700224, 19834995
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for sorting units of material includes a transport media formed in a plurality of segments. A plurality of actuators and at least one of an identification sensor, a segment sensor, a length sensor are connected with respect to the transport media. A parameter of a unit of material is sensed to generate a data update and calculate control outputs in a sort logic controller. The control outputs are sent from the sort logic controller to a network controller for the sensors and actuators. The network controller is synchronized to the output of the sort logic controller to receive and read the outputs, which are written together to the network memory, as soon as they are written from the sort logic controller. The output signal based upon the data update is then immediately multicast through the network to at least one actuator and the units of material are sorted based upon the output signal.

Fault Localization And Health Indication For A Controller Area Network

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US Patent:
6959403, Oct 25, 2005
Filed:
Jun 26, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/185925
Inventors:
Peter P. Dierauer - Freeport IL, US
Isabelle Dierauer - Freeport IL, US
Assignee:
Honeywell International Inc. - Morristown NJ
International Classification:
H02H003/05
US Classification:
714 49, 714 47
Abstract:
A node of a network comprises an error message detector arranged to detect error messages transmitted over the network, a counter arranged to count the error messages in order to produce an error message count, and a controller arranged to count valid messages in order to produce a count of valid messages. The controller is arranged to compare the error message count to the valid message count to indicate the health of the network. The node further comprises a transceiver, a controller coupled to the transceiver by a receive line and a transmit line, and error message first logic coupled to the receive and transmit lines. The error message first logic is arranged to detect a first error message from the receive line and a second error message from the transmit line, and to determine whether the node is closest to a fault by comparing timing between the first error message and the second error message.

Disposable Pressure Diaphragm And Wireless Sensor Systems And Methods

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US Patent:
7017416, Mar 28, 2006
Filed:
Oct 22, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/972260
Inventors:
James Z. Liu - Rockford IL, US
James D. Cook - Freeport IL, US
Peter P. Dierauer - Freeport IL, US
Assignee:
Honeywell International, Inc. - Morristown NJ
International Classification:
G01L 11/00
US Classification:
73702
Abstract:
A disposable and wireless sensor system and method are disclosed. In general, a pressure diaphragm can be connected to one or more reusable Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) probe heads, which are associated with an antenna for wirelessly receiving or transmitting signals that excite the reusable SAW probe head only when the reusable SAW head is in contact with the pressure diaphragm. Interrogation electronics can also be provided, which are associated with the reusable SAW probe head. One or more signals can be wirelessly transmitted to the interrogation electronics for exciting the reusable SAW probe head for pressure sensing applications thereof.

Disposable And Trimmable Wireless Pressure Sensor For Medical Applications

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US Patent:
7059195, Jun 13, 2006
Filed:
Dec 2, 2004
Appl. No.:
11/002409
Inventors:
James Z. Liu - Rockford IL, US
James D. Cook - Freeport IL, US
Peter P. Dierauer - Freeport IL, US
Assignee:
Honeywell International Inc. - Morristown NJ
International Classification:
G01L 99/00
US Classification:
73753
Abstract:
Disposable pressure sensor methods and systems are disclosed. A substrate can be provided, along with a capacitor and an inductor fixed to the substrate to form a pressure sensor thereof. In a variable L configuration, the inductor can be configured to comprise an inductor surface and a diaphragm, such that when the diaphragm is exposed to a pressure, the diaphragm moves close to the inductor surface, thereby resulting in an increase in the inductance and a decrease in the resonant frequency associated with the capacitor and the inductor and any associated circuitry. In a variable C configuration, the capacitor can be configured to comprise one electrode on the surface and one on the diaphragm, such that when the diaphragm is exposed to a pressure, the diaphragm moves close to the capacitor surface, thereby resulting in an increase in the capacitance and a decrease in the resonant frequency associated with the capacitor and the inductor and any associated circuitry. Such increase and/or decrease data are detectable by external interrogation.

Disposable Wireless Pressure Sensor

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US Patent:
7059196, Jun 13, 2006
Filed:
Nov 22, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/995460
Inventors:
James Z. Liu - Rockford IL, US
James D. Cook - Freeport IL, US
Peter P. Dierauer - Freeport IL, US
Assignee:
Honeywell International Inc. - Morristown NJ
International Classification:
H01L 41/08
US Classification:
73754, 310313
Abstract:
In general, a dielectric polymer substrate provided and an antenna formed upon the dielectric polymer substrate. A piezoelectric polymer layer (e. g. , a polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) piezoelectric film) can be formed above the dielectric polymer substrate. Additionally, an interdigital (IDT) layer can be configured upon the PVDF piezoelectric layer, thereby permitting the piezoelectric polymer layer and the IDT layer to detect pressure data and transmit the data to a receiver via the antenna.

Passive Wireless Acoustic Wave Chemical Sensor

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US Patent:
7205701, Apr 17, 2007
Filed:
Sep 3, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/933945
Inventors:
James Liu - Rockford IL, US
Peter P. Dierauer - Freeport IL, US
Mark A. Repko - Freeport IL, US
Assignee:
Honeywell International Inc. - Morristown NJ
International Classification:
H01L 41/04
US Classification:
310313R
Abstract:
A passive wireless acoustic wave chemical sensor can be utilized for monitoring the concentration of an analyte in a substance such as blood. Such an acoustic wave chemical sensor can be configured to include one or more interdigital transducers and a selective coating formed upon a piezoelectric substrate. The coating and the interdigital transducer(s) can be used to convert electrical signal to surface waves thereof. An antenna can be connected to the acoustic wave device, wherein the antenna receives one or more input signals, which excite the acoustic device and to produce an output signal that is related to the concentration of the analyte of interest.

Software Controled Optical Sensor For Conveyors

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US Patent:
20030116701, Jun 26, 2003
Filed:
Dec 21, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/026180
Inventors:
Robert Nickels - Freeport IL, US
Peter Dierauer - Freeport IL, US
International Classification:
G06M007/00
G01N009/04
US Classification:
250/22300R
Abstract:
A method and system for optically sensing the presence of an object on a conveyor is disclosed. Light reflected from an object transported on a conveyor is detected utilizing one or more optical components when the object enters a sensing zone. The reflected light can then be conditioned to provide a valid output signal, which is utilized to provide controlling information necessary to route the object to a proper location and prevent damage to the object from other objects as the object is being transported upon the conveyor. Optical components can be arranged so the light is reflected when the object enters the sensing zone, and this reflected light is then detected and conditioned to provide a valid output signal. Various lens devices and optical alignment arrangements permit control over the minimum and maximum sensing distance. An optical emitter, optical receiver, and/or one or more associated optical lenses may be connected by to a distributed controller.

Fault Localization And Health Indication For A Controller Area Network

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US Patent:
6442708, Aug 27, 2002
Filed:
Dec 14, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/461662
Inventors:
Peter P. Dierauer - Freeport IL
Isabelle Dierauer - Freeport IL
Assignee:
Honeywell International Inc. - Morristown NJ
International Classification:
H02H 305
US Classification:
714 25, 714704
Abstract:
A node of a network comprises an error message detector arranged to detect error messages transmitted over the network, a counter arranged to count the error messages in order to produce an error message count, and a controller arranged to count valid messages in order to produce a count of valid messages. The controller is arranged to compare the error message count to the valid message count to indicate the health of the network. The node further comprises a transceiver, a controller coupled to the transceiver by a receive line and a transmit line, and error message first logic coupled to the receive and transmit lines. The error message first logic is arranged to detect a first error message from the receive line and a second error message from the transmit line, and to determine whether the node is closest to a fault by comparing timing between the first error message and the second error message.
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