In order to meet the increasing demand for its services, and despite the economic downturn in many global economies, The Advanced Digital Institute (ADI) the internationally renowned research and development institute, is continuing to grow it’s team of research and development experts, appointing two new research engineers.
Shibasis Ganguly who has joined the Digital TV Technology team as research engineer will be working on developing and investigating Digital Rights Management (DRM) systems for Digital TV.
Mr.Ganguly, who comes from India and studied at the renowened Bengal Engineering College and Science University, will be focusing on developing driver’s for Digital Set Top Boxes (STB) for various international digital TV providers. He has over ten years experience working on real-time embedded systems in semiconductor companies, including Samsung, STMicroelectronics and Conexant.
Also joining ADI is Darren Bowden who has joined the embedded systems team. Mr. Bowden has twelve years experience working in Research & Development (R&D) on a variety of embedded firmware and PC Graphical User Interface (GUI) applications within the Fire and Security sector. He has been heavily involved in developing state-of-the-art solutions that have been installed in many high profile buildings including: Manchester United FC, Birmingham Bullring Shopping Centre and the Millennium Dome.
Mr. Bowden has a BSc (Hons) Degree in Electronics from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston.
Ged Powell, Chief Executive Officer at ADI, said, “From it’s inception we knew there was a need in the Yorkshire region for an organisation like ADI. What has proven to be a welcome benefit of our continued international success is the Institute’s ability to attract well respected sector employees from around the world. We now have employees from 7 different countries working for us.