Automotive Thermal Vision Testing
Spring 2022 to present
Assisting Veoneer in testing Thermal Vision improvements.
Space Debris Detection Design
Assisted MEI Technologies (www.meitechinc.com/) designing orbital debris detection for Low Earth Orbit with commercial visible cameras.
Veoneer Lidar R&D
Winter 2018 to Spring 2021
Assisted automotive Lidar R&D. Invented & demonstrated novel tests to improve Lidar production efficiency and quality.
Optics Support for HawkEye CubeSat Sensor
Supported Cloudland Instruments (www.cloudlandinstruments.com) to design & specify calibration and test equipment for the HawkEye ocean-color sensor launched in 2018. HawkEye demonstrated excellent performance. 'First Light' image on right was acquired 21 March 2019. Since, HawkEye continued with excellent accuracy. NASA reports HawkEye shows "CubeSats Are a Viable Option for Collecting Credible Scientific Data."
Hera Systems CubeSat Sensor
Schueler was hired in 2016 by Hera Systems, San Jose CA (www.herasys.com) to evaluate anticipated performance of a novel optical design for a constellation of advanced CubeSats to deliver fine-resolution satellite imagery at very low cost.
Veoneer Thermal Vision Market Support
Spring 2016 to Fall 2018
Schueler Consulting was hired in 2016 by Veoneer to explore new automotive applications of Veoneer's thermal vision system and to support market development. At left Schueler explains a key night-driving safety feature of Veoneer thermal vision at Cadillac Truth + Dare San Diego June 2017.
'First Light' HawkEye image 21 March 2019
HawkEye Baja 21 January 2022