Dr. Cohenour joined the Center in November of 2002 and is a research engineer providing consulting services to a variety of government sponsors. He is currently performing research on wide area sensing, and georegistration, with the goal of performing automatic calibration, elevation extraction, and georegistration. Georegistration as used here is the process of assigning a latitude, longitude, and elevation in WGS84 coordinates to each pixel in an aerial image. Previous projects include JPALS, LAAS, GPS, DME, and ILS. Previous work includes FPGA sensor interface, a microprocessor- based decoder for ILS signals, a PC based DME traffic load emulator, and a pulse length decoder for use with the Center's RPV. Prior to joining the Center, Curtis worked in the chemical process and metals industries as a consulting engineer managing projects in range of 2 to 4 million dollars. His engineering responsibilities in industry included project management, process control, power, and engineering maintenance. He received a B.S.E.E. from West Virginia Institute of Technology in 1980, an M.S.E.E. from Ohio University in 1988, and a Ph.D. from Ohio University in 2009. Curtis is a licensed professional engineer in West Virginia and Ohio.