[Part1] Al and Neil Gilbert Siegel discuss Neil’s involvement with the US Military, his inventions, Neil’s book and tune into part 2 to find out about Neil’s family
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This week on Making Data Simple, we have Neil Gilbert Siegel. Neil has lead the creation of a large number of successful military intelligence and commercial systems, this includes the US Blue Force tracker, Neil, has had a number of advances in consumer electronics and health care, a number of patents. Neil also has a number of wards including the US National Academy of Engineering and a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors. And finally an author of Engineering Project Management.
2:20 – Tell us about IBM
3:03 – How do you describe yourself?
8:37 – Can you talk about the first US Army unmanned aerial vehicle?
11:13 – Can you give us some examples of the smartphone and tablet components?
18:30 – What’s your favorite invention?
20:20 – Why a book about Engineering and Management?