Kathy Moseler
Kathy Moseler
President, Paradise Robotics
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Engineering is a fun, rewarding career with lots of "fringe" benefits such as travel, and possibly even finding the love of your life! Hi, I worked as an Electrical Engineer, Engineering Manager and am now President and co-Founder of Paradise Robotics! I've had a fun and rewarding career working at major companies and I started my own company, too! My first job in engineering was working as a co-op student during college. I learned how to create printed circuit boards and was paid $10 per hour! After receiving my bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering I worked for the last American TV company, Zenith. I went to Mexico twice for work. Then I worked for Siemens, a major German company, at one of their US divisions. I designed and built medical imaging electronics with microprocessors and had to work with X-Rays at times. I went to California, Germany and other places, too! Germany was the best! I went to college part time and obtained my Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering while working at Siemens. The best part of my career was the 15 years I worked at Motorola. I met the man who later became my husband on my first day at work! I had many jobs and roles at Motorola. I worked as an engineer and as an engineering manager. I designed circuits and circuit boards, I did integrated circuit design and I became an expert in video compression technology. That is, videos for cell phones. I traveled once or twice a year. Here are some of the places I visited: Texas, California, Washington, Germany, London, Scotland and more! One of the most fun times I had was when I helped launch a new international standard called OpenMax. I met many interesting people from different companies around the world. Then I decided to start my own company, Paradise Robotics, where I work now. It has also been fun and rewarding! I have learned web site design, I find products, I negotiate deals and I help people with their robotic lawn mowers! When I am not working, I spend time with girls learning about robots. I also make interesting art (sometimes with electronics) as a hobby. I play volleyball and I also take care of my family. Take a look at my major accomplishments here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathymoseler Here is my art page: https://www.facebook.com/therobotlady/
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Master of Science, Electrical Engineering - Northwestern University Bachelor of Electrical Engineering - Auburn University
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  • Priyabrata

    Added Monday, July 3, 2017 at 2:23 AM

    I completed first year of engineering in instrumentation and electronics branch and I have a chance to change my branch.which branch should I switch to learn the hardware and software parts of Artificial intelligence
    Answers 1
    Kathy Moseler, Paradise Robotics
    Answered Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at 7:08 PM
    Hello and thank you for your question.  You may not need to switch, it really depends on the College or University you are attending.
    This is how you can decide.  Find the curriculum guides for your school.  I suggest looking into the Computer Science ...
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  • Saleh asked Kathy Moseler, Paradise Robotics

    Added Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at 9:01 AM

    Dear Kathy Moseler, If you let me, i would like to ask you to provide me some information about engineering. I alredy have a degree in master of MIS, but, after a year of work in Min.of Tech, i loved robotics. Would like to study electrical engineering in Germany TU9, but i am 26. Is it to old for me to start in this field? Will i be able to find a job? Some times i fill like, i am a little old for this. But please, as a professional, tell me the truth. Just yesterday i realised my ...
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    Kathy Moseler, Paradise Robotics
    Answered Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at 5:37 PM
    Thank you for your question.  You are definitely not too old to study Electrical Engineering or Robotics!  This is a growing field and there is huge demand for women engineers, especially in the USA.  I cannot speak for Germany as it could be ...
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  • Tyler T

    Added Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at 7:26 PM

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    Kathy Moseler, Paradise Robotics
    Answered Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 12:13 PM
    Hi Tyler,
    What a great question, thank you for asking!
    EE, like many careers, is very broad.  What an engineer does depends on the nature of the employer's business and the assigned role of the particular person.  Some jobs are people oriented, ...
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