Curtis Shull is the inventor of PROXITRAK RFID IoT cloud software platform, and a graduate of the US Colorado Technical University. He holds a Master and Bachelors of Computer Science and Engineering. He also studied at MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Curtis Shull is a previous resident and graduate of Fayetteville, Lincoln High School class of 1985. He is the son of Thomas and (late) Louise Shull. After high school Curtis entered the U.S. Air Force and was an aviator with over 2,000 flight hours in both rotary wing and fixed wing aircraft with deployments and missions flown in the Middle East. After retiring in 2009 he worked as a Comm/Nav Guidance software engineer at Northrup Grumman TS building software for UAV Global Hawk RQ-4A/B Simulations at Beale AFB California.
Shull created software technology for NATO and the Pentagon. He worked as a Technology Director for CSCI and also created heterogeneous software for both NATO and the Pentagon. He is the author of numerous publications on design CAD (Computer- Aided Drawing) and Distributed (cloud) RFID systems (Radio Frequency Identification) within the intelligent software. Shull has several pending US patents and tied several international Agreements Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) in the field of asset tracking in the environment the Internet of Things, RFID and software management concerning the creation, integration and deployment of software asset tracking based on the CAD tools in the ecosystem of the Internet of Things, contributing to the globalization, automation and digitization of data Big data in the cloud.
Curtis Shull’s company Proxigroup, a U.S. and European based company, completed an IoT (Internet of Things) and RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) pilot testing for polish national postal service Poczta Polska (Polish Post to improve the efficiency of their distribution center using their innovative technology platform ProxiTrak.
Proxigroup IoT/RFID system named ProxiTrak has been awarded the highly coveted Seal of Excellence from Horizon 2020, EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation 2014-2020 of supply chain revolution; smart and real-time logistic solution for global tracking and management.
Proxigroup has also been awarded 1.1 million dollars in Research and Development funding from the NCBiR Intelligent Development Operational Program which is the largest program in the European Union for the development of research and creation of innovations where they will perform R & D on IoT/RFID effects and usage in Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality Glasses.
Articles by Curtis Shull (Article: 1) - CodeProject
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Polish Post Completes RFID Testing at Distribution Center - 2017-10-20 - Page 4 - RFID Journal