Scott Waller is a native of Seattle, Washington. He received a B.S. in Technology Management and is currently studying for his Masters in Engineering and Technology Management at Washington State University .
With 20 years of telecommunications and network experience at Microsoft, Amazon, and Cisco as a background, he quickly grasped on the potential uses for wireless sensor networks in both energy management, industrial automation, and also emergency uses. After 10 years of volunteer firefighting, he switched to volunteering his time in Ski Patrol, Mountain Rescue, and Snow Science in 2005. His research interests include avalanche education, weather and sensor related data gathering, energy management, and applying technology to the back country to help educate and save lives. He was recently the Patrol Director for the Cascade Backcountry Ski Patrol, National Ski Patroller of the Year in 2015, and active participant in the avalanche snow science community around the world.
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