Leading Edge Technology Pioneer
We provide deep discovery solutions where speed, precision, and accuracy are of paramount importance.
ROCK & ROLL CONNECTION
Mathematics of the Ultimate Rock & Roll Guitar
The fundamental technology of Digital Harmonic was developed by Paul Reed Smith and his father, Jack Smith, who was an applied mathematician. What started as an experiment for measuring waveforms from a guitar string to create a new guitar synthesizer, ended up producing a technology that could truly revolutionize the practice of signal and imaging processing. The answer is found in high harmonics—creating a best-in-class method for extracting and analyzing waveforms and signals across time, frequency, and amplitude—thus revealing information never seen before. And applying this construct to images uncovers new data that were never thought to be possible.
Four decades later, Paul now holds almost 100 registered and pending trademarks, several copyrights, and nearly two dozen patents.
Digital Harmonic is the leading innovator in the signal and image processing arena. The broad applicability of our technologies positions us to serve multiple market segments, providing significant upside opportunity for our clients. We are also positioned to disrupt the Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) space by providing dramatically enhanced upstream data for AI and ML algorithms.
The Executive Team
Chief Executive Officer
Executive leader with over twenty years of experience building and selling technology companies, taking them from early-stage development to product-market fit, commercial success, and exit. Most recently Scott was Entrepreneur-in-Residence at a venture capital firm, Aspire Ventures, which he joined after a successful exit of a marketing technology company which he founded. Scott is responsible for the company’s operations and business development.
Chief Technology Officer
With years of software development, artificial intelligence, machine learning, surveillance reconnaissance systems design, imagery, signal, and radar processing experience, Mason leads the technology department as the Chief Technology Officer. Mason served as Chief Engineer of Battle Force Projects at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory prior to serving as Minotaur Chief Naval Architect at Alion Science and Technology, and has fielded several significant improvements to airborne surface search radar, video, signal and multi-intelligence data fusion processing that set the current state of the art.
Chief Scientific Officer
Shane has been involved in product development for over 30 years. He has been nominated for awards by his peers in the professional audio community for many of his designs. Prior to Digital Harmonic he was the Senior Technology Engineer at PRS Technology, a subsidiary of PRS Guitars, where he was responsible for all aspects of development and support of all PRS Technology.
SVP, Sales Operations
Sales leader with over thirty years of successful experience developing and growing both direct and indirect sales channels Jack spent the large part of his career in Fortune 500 companies, most recently at HP, with the responsibility of creating new and focused sales channels to address specific markets and / or unique solutions. Jack will be leading the company’s sales operations and partner network.