Senior Director – Control System Engineering
Greg Skinger has more than 25 years of experience applying the latest technology to control and monitor highly complex manufacturing systems. He has led multiple engineering functions and cross functional teams to create industry leading high speed mail manufacturing and image processing systems.
As Director of Control Systems Engineering, Greg is responsible for the software driving Pitney Bowes production mail inserting business and the integration of high speed mail solutions into client operations. His teams support sales, manufacturing and service across a portfolio of standard products and highly customized systems. Greg is currently focused on mining machine and operational data and leveraging the Industrial Internet to drive increases in machine uptime, work cell productivity and factory output.
Prior to joining Pitney Bowes, Greg played a lead role in developing the first high speed imaging and image processing systems used to track and route packages through distribution systems at United Parcel Service.
Greg holds Master of Science in Computer Science & Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science degrees from The University of Connecticut and has over 20 patents on technologies ranging from image processing algorithms to system throughput optimization.