Battlefield International Inc. is thrilled to have Fadi Mishriky join our talented Design Team. In 2012 Fadi graduated from The German University in Cairo. Then, in 2014, completed his MS.c. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Dresden University of Technology in Germany. In the same year, Fadi started his PH.D. project at Ryerson University. The project was funded and supervised by Bombardier Inc. and aimed at developing morphing winglets for optimized aerodynamic performance. He graduated in 2018 with a perfect GPA, 13 articles published in international journals and conference proceedings, and was honoured with the Ryerson Gold Medal. The medal is the highest prestigious award that can be given to any graduate student. Fadi joined Honeywell International Inc. in 2017 as an Aircraft Modeling Engineer, where he worked on the Boeing B777x and a Northrop Grumman aircraft. He designed and developed the environmental control system on both aircraft. In 2019 he accepted a position at Pratt and Whitney as an Aerodynamics and Thermodynamics Engineer, working on the combustor module. Now, in 2020, he is very excited to start his role at Battlefield International Inc. as the Director of Engineering. The Battlefield team is equally excited to be working with Fadi and we are looking forward to a bright future ahead!
Jake's continuous efforts to create value across a wide range of Departments has propelled him to become a vital team member who understands, appreciates, and expresses a strong desire to exceed company goals and objectives. Jake's awareness and unique understanding of Battlefields internal routing, general process flow and Engineering Department has allowed him to flourish in his Design Lead role. As a critical member of the design team and our Engineering Department, Jake has shown a continuous desire not only to learn, but to progress, and so we are delighted to recognize his abilities and promote him to Senior Designer / Process Engineer. Thank you for who you are and the value you bring to this company everyday.
Had our first ventilator MVAC assessment today at Hamilton General. We were there three hours and the medical staff were taught how to use the device. They made some minor requests for some code changes but all in all, the assessment was a great success. Several doctors came by to see it and we left one there for continued assessment. We now are confident that once we make the suggested updates to the program, that our MVAC could fill a need should we reach a place where there was an urgent shortage of ventilators. We were able to demonstrate our patient instigated breath timing mode as well.
We need to thank Alectra Utilities and Mike Montgomery for their critical assistance in helping us realize our ventilator. This COVID 19 pandemic has been a terrible blow to the world. There are glimmers of "good" that comes from the hearts of individuals and their corporations who want to make a difference. Alectra Utilities has shown they are more than a "bottom line" company in providing their capable team member Mike to us to populate our MVAC electronics cards while paying his wages to assist us. You can see how tiny some components are that Mike is working with in the attached pic. Our country needs more corporations like Alectra Utilities that are run by people who have true hearts for their community.
CHCH News stopped by Battlefield today to experience our new MVAC manual ventilator automation control unit designed to assist with the Covid pandemic.