Ford Motor Company
Frank Maslar is a Technical Specialist with the Ford Motor Company in the Advanced Manufacturing Engineering group within the Powertrain organization.
Frank is responsible for working with universities and key suppliers to develop and implement advanced manufacturing technology in the manufacturing of Powertrain systems, with specific areas of focus in vision systems and traceability.
Frank's previous positions included, working in the Advanced Manufacturing and Quality Engineering Department for Ford Electronics, and he was also a Research Scientist for Siemens Corporate Research.
Frank is a native of Philadelphia, PA coming to Detroit in 1999. Frank holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering (B.S.M.E.) from Penn State, and is a registered Professional Engineer. He was the recipient of US Patent 5,628,112 - Automatic Changeover System for Circuit Board Assembly. Frank Maslar was also the 2003 Recipient of the Henry Ford Technology Award for 3D Vision Guided Material Handling Robots. Frank served as Chairperson on the AIAG Materials Direct Part Marking Work Group leading the effort to revise and update the AIAG B-17 2D Direct Part Marking Guideline. Frank contributed to the ASTM E2919-13 standard defining the test procedures evaluating 3D vision systems.