Speco Technologies Adds Three to Product Engineering Team

Speco Technologies has put together a new product engineering team as part of an intense product development process from inception of design and manufacturing through to quality assurance.

Eduardo Fajardo has joined the company as software engineer. He graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in computer science. He brings with him extensive leadership and software development experience in finance, digital asset management and the video surveillance industry.

New product engineer Nicholas Irons graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology with a Bachelors of Science in mechanical engineering, specializing in aerospace.

Irons began his career with Pierce Industries and was promoted to director of remanufacturing upon graduation from RIT. He has an extensive history and success with aerospace engine product lines and manufacturing.

Zin Thu also joins Speco as product engineer. She is originally from Burma (formerly Myanmar) and came to the U.S. to study computer engineering technology at RIT. After graduation, she moved to Syracuse to work for Critical Link LLC as a hardware engineer where she worked on the design and implementation of the digital hardware systems for their embedded projects. She also has experience in project management and interfacing as engineering lead with the production team.

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