Patrick North

Patrick North

Chief Remote Sensing Engineer

Pat leads the development for the STK Electro-Optical InfraRed (EOIR) module. He is a passionate image scientist and software engineer with expertise in sensor modeling, analysis, and exploitation. Before joining AGI, Pat helped develop control systems that led to a number of patents for GE Corporate Research and Development, supported clinical trials in the medical field via radiological image processing at VirtualScopics, and spent a decade at Lockheed Martin supporting the defense and intelligence communities. Pat has a B.S. in computer science and an M.S. in imaging science from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Pat is a two-time All American wrestler and still keeps up with wrestling as the coach for Ursinus. He also helps mentor kids in the Federation of Galaxy Explorers and teaches first and second graders at Sunday school.

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