Gps Expert Witnesses

Gps expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on gps. The gps expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Electrical Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Human Factors, Software Engineering, and Telecommunications.

Mark A McFarland, P.E. Discovery Engineering

Boulder, Colorado
Electrical Engineering, Telecommunications - electrocution, electronic communications, networks, wireless, cellular, 5G, GPS, radar, securities fraud, electronics, LTE, cell phones, quality sciences, applied research, RF, interference, radio, satellite, Internet, control systems, instrumentation, appliances, rfid,
Mark McFarland, P.E., is a licensed engineer and statistician with 25+ years of experience in electrical engineering, telecommunications, and applied research. He is published in several national and international peer-reviewed journals, and he has been a speaker at national and international technical conferences. Mark is currently the CEO of Discovery Engineering, as well as a researcher at the US Department of Commerce in Boulder, CO. His practice areas include electrical engineering, telecommunications & wireless, electronics, and applied research. Mark leads investigations of electrical, electronic, wireless, and telecom systems involving design, use, defects, and malfunctions for legal, insurance, commercial, research, liability, and government matters. Mark is experienced in the design, analysis, and testing of satellite, cellular, LTE, Internet, wireless, Wi-Fi, RF, RADAR, emergency and public safety comm systems, networks, telecom standards and protocols, data communic...

David H Williams E911-LBS Consulting

Saint Louis, Missouri
Telecommunications, Geotechnical Engineering - GPS, Cellular Forensics, Criminal Forensics, Mobile Location, Location-Based Services, LBS, Patents, Intellectual Property, Accident Reconstruction, Internet of Things, Data Privacy, Facial Recognition, Phone location; Cell phones
David H. Williams is an internationally-known expert in the wireless/mobile location field and President of E911-LBS Consulting. He specializes in mobile/wireless location forensics litigation services and Intellectual Property/patents involving location technologies such as Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) systems, Network-based location systems, IoT, Wireless 911 (E911), and Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS), plus many others. Mr. Williams has successfully provided expert witness services in well over 150 patent, criminal, civil, anti-trust, trade secrets, product liability, fraud, class-action, and ITC cases. His credentials in mobile location goes back to the early 1980s. He has testified successfully in (U.S.) federal district court and other venues, 7 times and been deposed 15 times. Mr. Williams is expert in the full range of location-based services (LBS) applications enabled by these location technologies, including safety, security, and intruder detection/monitoring, ...

David A Burgess

New York, New York
Telecommunications, Software Engineering - cell tower records, call detail records, call records, historical cell site analysis, cell site location information, CSLI, cellhawk, sting-ray, drt box, GPS, coverage, patents, software, telecom, cellphones, triangulation, SIMs
David's areas of expertise are telecommunications, radio-location, radio-navigation, cellular networks, and cellphone intercept and tracking systems. He has more than 20 years of experience practicing in these areas in both commercial and military/LI applications. David was the primary author of OpenBTS, a widely used tool for cellular technology education, cellphone testing, cellular security research, and basic cellular service in some public networks. He developed the signal analysis and target location algorithms and software for cellphone tracking systems used successfully by US special forces in combat operations, and worked on several US government projects in the area of telecommunications intelligence collection. David is a practicing engineer, operating a company that provides mobile network equipment and test equipment for small network operators, embedded systems developers, and special applications.

David A Burgess

Texas
Telecommunications, Software Engineering - cell tower records, call detail records, call records, historical cell site analysis, cell site location information, CSLI, cellhawk, sting-ray, drt box, GPS, coverage, patents, software, telecom, cellphones, triangulation, SIMs
David's areas of expertise are telecommunications, radio-location, radio-navigation, cellular networks, and cellphone intercept and tracking systems. He has more than 20 years of experience practicing in these areas in both commercial and military/LI applications. David was the primary author of OpenBTS, a widely used tool for cellular technology education, cellphone testing, cellular security research, and basic cellular service in some public networks. He developed the signal analysis and target location algorithms and software for cellphone tracking systems used successfully by US special forces in combat operations, and worked on several US government projects in the area of telecommunications intelligence collection. David is a practicing engineer, operating a company that provides mobile network equipment and test equipment for small network operators, embedded systems developers, and special applications.

Breck C. McDaniel Cellular Evidence Services, LLC

Austin, Texas
Telecommunications - Cell phone, cellular telephone, GPS, cell site analysis (CSA), cell phone forensics, cellular telephone forensics, cell phone digital forensics, cellular telephone digital forensics, cell phone records analysis, CDR analysis, location analysis, cellular phone
Extensive experience with cell phone maters essentially daily for over twenty years. Retired Houston Police sergeant.

Craig Rosenberg, PhD User Interface Expert Witness

Seattle, Washington
Human Factors, Software Engineering - user interface, user interface design, mobile software, smartphones, software, software engineering, software architecture, virtual reality, augmented reality, GPS, human factors, display design, virtual environments, augmented environments, systems engineering, simulation, software development, UI
Dr. Rosenberg has testified at 6 trials in both state and federal courts, before the USPTO, at Markman hearings and at 35 depositions. Dr. Craig Rosenberg is a highly experienced expert witness, human factors engineer, user interface designer, software engineer with extensive expert witness experience specializing in user interface design and human factors issues for embedded, mobile, web, desktop, and server software working for a wide range of Fortune 500 companies including Google, Samsung, Amazon, Boeing, Disney, IBM, Nintendo, Dell, Huawei, LG, Ericsson, AT&T, Motorola, HTC, Mattel, and many others. He been retained as an expert witness over 95 times for both plaintiff and defense assisting clients in intellectual property cases in the areas of user interface, software design and architecture, and human factors for mobile, web, desktop, embedded, and server environments. Dr. Rosenberg specializes in software engineering, user interface design, information architecture, user...