John C Gudenburr

age ~58

from Canton, MI

Also known as:
  • John Gudenburr
  • John N
Phone and address:
8237 Mannington Rd, Westland, MI 48187
7344148552

John Gudenburr Phones & Addresses

  • 8237 Mannington Rd, Canton, MI 48187 • 7344148552
  • Dearborn, MI
  • Waterford, MI
  • Auburn Hills, MI
  • Pontiac, MI
  • 8237 Mannington Rd, Canton, MI 48187 • 7349044855

Work

  • Company:
    Digital check corporation
    Sep 2016
  • Position:
    Director of engineering and program management

Education

  • School / High School:
    Oakland University
    1986 to 1989
  • Specialities:
    Computer Science, Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering

Skills

Electronics • Product Management • Program Management • Product Development • Integration • Process Improvement • Hardware • Testing • Automation • Engineering • Vendor Management • Business Process Improvement • Business Analysis • Requirements Analysis • Cross Functional Team Leadership • Document Imaging

Industries

Computer Hardware

Vehicle Records

  • John Gudenburr

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  • Address:
    8237 Mannington Rd, Canton, MI 48187
  • VIN:
    1G2AL15F277131306
  • Make:
    PONTIAC
  • Model:
    G5
  • Year:
    2007

Us Patents

  • Illumination Compensation Using Built-In Reference

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  • US Patent:
    6744469, Jun 1, 2004
  • Filed:
    Dec 13, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    09/459555
  • Inventors:
    John C. Gudenburr - Canton MI
    William L. Kozlowski - Novi MI
    Christopher N. St. John - Plymouth MI
    John D. Vala - Plymouth MI
  • Assignee:
    Unisys Corporation - Blue Bell PA
  • International Classification:
    H04N 5222
  • US Classification:
    348370, 3482291, 358504, 358505, 358509, 358513, 358516, 358474, 358475
  • Abstract:
    A method and system provide for real-time compensation of an imaging system for variations in illumination intensity. An illumination system provides reflected illumination, and a charge coupled device system directly detects the reflected illumination from the illumination system. The CCD system then converts the reflected illumination into illumination data and a host processor converts the illumination data into adjusted control data and final image data. The adjusted control data is based on an illumination profile and a reference illumination intensity. The reference illumination intensity is measured before each document with a compensation reference, and is compared to the illumination profile to adjust control parameters in a real-time mode. Directly measuring the illumination intensity with the CCD system allows for a reduction in parts, manufacturing steps, and errors.
  • Retractable Image Camera Mechanism For A Document Processing System

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  • US Patent:
    7722038, May 25, 2010
  • Filed:
    Mar 30, 2005
  • Appl. No.:
    11/093359
  • Inventors:
    Michael J. Moore - Beverly Hills MI, US
    Sammy C. Hutson - Novi MI, US
    John Gudenburr - Canton MI, US
  • Assignee:
    Burroughs Payment Systems, Inc. - Plymouth MI
  • International Classification:
    B65H 5/02
  • US Classification:
    271273, 399124, 358498
  • Abstract:
    A document processing system includes a feeder stage, a transport stage, and a retractable mechanism cooperating with a portion of the document track. An assertable member is arranged with respect to the document track such that assertion of the member causes retraction of the opposed track walls in the cooperating portion of the document track by retracting a first base member from a second base member. An imaging assembly is composed of an imaging device and an image glass. The image glass is positioned as one side of the document track at the retractable mechanism. In the retracted state, the imaging assembly is retracted to provide access to the imaging device and the document track.
  • Convertible Back Counter / Teller Station Document Processor

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  • US Patent:
    7876478, Jan 25, 2011
  • Filed:
    Jan 16, 2007
  • Appl. No.:
    11/653699
  • Inventors:
    Michael J. Moore - Beverly Hills MI, US
    John C. Gudenburr - Canton MI, US
    David B. Tratar - Dearborn MI, US
  • Assignee:
    Burroughs Payment Systems, Inc. - Plymouth MI
  • International Classification:
    G06K 9/00
    G07G 5/00
    H04N 1/04
    B65H 5/22
  • US Classification:
    358496, 271 305, 382135, 382136, 235 4
  • Abstract:
    A compact, desktop document processor for capturing data and images from checks and other financial and payment-related documents includes a modular base unit. The modular base unit performs processing actions on financial and payment-related documents. The modular base unit is configured to operate in a teller station apparatus and is configured to operate in a back counter apparatus. The base unit includes an interface for connecting to an add-on component to match the base unit to workflow requirements. The base unit operates as the teller station apparatus when a hand feeder component is connected to the base unit at the add-on component interface. The base unit operates as the back counter apparatus when an automatic feeder component is connected to the base unit at the add-on component interface.
  • Bi-Directional Magnetic Character Reader

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  • US Patent:
    7949177, May 24, 2011
  • Filed:
    Dec 5, 2007
  • Appl. No.:
    11/950461
  • Inventors:
    John C. Gudenburr - Canton MI, US
    Michael J. Moore - Beverly Hills MI, US
    William L. Kozlowski - Novi MI, US
  • Assignee:
    Burroughs Payment Systems, Inc. - Plymouth MI
  • International Classification:
    G06K 7/08
  • US Classification:
    382139, 382137, 382140, 382313, 382320
  • Abstract:
    A manually operated document scanner and methods of operation and use are disclosed. The document scanner includes a document bed having a document positioning surface. The document scanner also includes a scanner module slidably attached to the document bed. The scanner module has a magnetic character reader, a first magnet placed along a leading edge of the magnetic character reader in a first direction of travel of the scanner module, and a second magnet placed along a leading edge of the magnetic character reader in a second direction of travel of the scanner module opposite to the first direction of travel.
  • Method And System For Processing Backwards Documents In A Document Reader/Imager

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  • US Patent:
    8023717, Sep 20, 2011
  • Filed:
    Jan 16, 2007
  • Appl. No.:
    11/653561
  • Inventors:
    John C Gudenburr - Canton MI, US
    Michael J. Moore - Beverly Hills MI, US
    William L. Kozlowski - Novi MI, US
  • Assignee:
    Burroughs Payment Systems, Inc. - Plymouth MI
  • International Classification:
    G06K 9/46
    G06K 7/08
  • US Classification:
    382139, 382207, 382320, 235449
  • Abstract:
    A method for processing backwards documents in a document processing system involves a reverse recognition algorithm. The document processing system includes a magnetic ink character recognition (MICR) reader. A waveform is determined for a magnetic ink character string on a document. A forward recognition algorithm is applied to compare the determined waveform to a set of known character profiles. In a case where the magnetic ink character string remains unrecognized after application of the forward recognition algorithm, a reverse recognition algorithm is applied to compare the determined waveform to the set of known character profiles. The reverse recognition algorithm considers the determined waveform as resulting from the document being oriented backwards when passing though the magnetic ink character recognition reader when comparing the waveform to the set of known character profiles.
  • Method And System For Linking Front And Rear Images In A Document Reader/Imager

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  • US Patent:
    8023718, Sep 20, 2011
  • Filed:
    Jan 16, 2007
  • Appl. No.:
    11/653696
  • Inventors:
    John C. Gudenburr - Canton MI, US
    Michael J. Moore - Beverly Hills MI, US
    William L. Kozlowski - Novi MI, US
    Sammy C. Hutson - Novi MI, US
  • Assignee:
    Burroughs Payment Systems, Inc. - Plymouth MI
  • International Classification:
    G06K 9/46
    G06K 7/08
    G06Q 40/00
  • US Classification:
    382139, 382207, 382320, 235449, 705 45
  • Abstract:
    A method for linking front and rear images in a document processing system involves linking the front and rear images by a magnetic ink character code line. The document processing system includes an imaging device and a magnetic ink character recognition (MICR) reader. The method comprises capturing a first image and first MICR waveform for the front side of the document, and capturing a second image and second MICR waveform for the rear side of the document. A forward recognition algorithm is applied to the first waveform to produce a first code line. A reverse recognition algorithm is applied to the second waveform to produce a second code line. The reverse recognition algorithm considers the second waveform as resulting from the document being read from the rear side of the document when processing the second waveform.
  • Semi-Automatic Spring/Cylinder Mechanism In A Hand-Operated Document Reader/Imager

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  • US Patent:
    8028911, Oct 4, 2011
  • Filed:
    Aug 23, 2007
  • Appl. No.:
    11/895227
  • Inventors:
    Sammy C. Hutson - Novi MI, US
    Michael J. Moore - Beverly Hills MI, US
    John C. Gudenburr - Canton MI, US
  • Assignee:
    Burroughs Payment Systems, Inc. - Plymouth MI
  • International Classification:
    G06K 7/08
  • US Classification:
    235449, 235375, 235379, 235435, 235439, 235440, 235444, 235450, 382139, 382140
  • Abstract:
    A hand-operated document processor has a base for receiving a document containing magnetic ink character data to be read and recognized. A manually operated moving magnetic ink character recognition (MICR) subsystem includes a MICR read head and is attached to the base. Movement of the subsystem causes the MICR read head to pass over the magnetic ink character data on the document. MICR reading and recognition logic receives the signal from the MICR read head. A spring/cylinder mechanism includes a spring providing the force necessary to drive the moving MICR subsystem, and includes a dashpot composed of a piston and cylinder arranged such that the spring moves the MICR subsystem across the document being processed and drives the piston in the cylinder, thereby damping the motion of the MICR subsystem.
  • Hand-Operated Document Reader/Imager With Speed Limiting Device Providing Document Retention

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  • US Patent:
    8070064, Dec 6, 2011
  • Filed:
    Dec 4, 2007
  • Appl. No.:
    11/949839
  • Inventors:
    Sammy C. Hutson - Novi MI, US
    John C Gudenburr - Canton MI, US
    Michael J. Moore - Beverly Hills MI, US
  • Assignee:
    Burroughs Payment Systems, Inc. - Plymouth MI
  • International Classification:
    G06K 7/08
  • US Classification:
    235449, 235454, 235379
  • Abstract:
    A hand-operated document processor includes a base for receiving a document containing magnetic ink character data to be read and recognized. A manually operated moving magnetic ink character recognition (MICR) subsystem includes a MICR read head and is attached to the base. Movement of the subsystem causes the MICR read head to pass over the magnetic ink character data on the document. MICR reading and recognition logic receives the signal from the MICR read head. A spring drives the moving MICR subsystem across the document being processed. A vacuum solenoid creates a vacuum. The vacuum solenoid is driven by the spring and is connected to the base. The created vacuum acts as a brake to control the speed of the moving MICR subsystem as the moving MICR subsystem is driven by the spring.

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Director Of Engineering And Program Management

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Location:
Canton, MI
Industry:
Computer Hardware
Work:
Digital Check Corporation
Director of Engineering and Program Management

Burroughs, Inc. Nov 2012 - Sep 2016
Senior Product Manager

Burroughs, Inc. Feb 2010 - Oct 2012
New Product Planning Manager

Unisys Apr 2000 - Feb 2010
Engineering Project Manager

Unisys Sep 1991 - Feb 2010
Staff Engineer
Education:
Oakland University 1986 - 1989
Oakland University 1981 - 1986
Bachelor of Science In Engineering, Bachelors, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering
Skills:
Electronics
Product Management
Program Management
Product Development
Integration
Process Improvement
Hardware
Testing
Automation
Engineering
Vendor Management
Business Process Improvement
Business Analysis
Requirements Analysis
Cross Functional Team Leadership
Document Imaging

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Graduates:
Joan Anderson (1975-1979),
Karen Mcallister (1976-1980),
Sally Polmear (1970-1974),
John Gudenburr (1977-1981),
Rebecca Rymarz (1989-1990)

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