Jason Liebert

MS Interdisciplinary Design (Systems Architecture)
    Texas Tech University

BS Mechanical Engineering
    Purdue University

Professional Engineer Certification
    State of Texas

Technical Capabilities

Mechanical Design
Thermal Imaging and Calibration
Interface Control Documentation
Performance Specification Creation and Management
Project Management
Design for Manufacturability
Customer Development
Product Qualification and Testing


Jason is Visimid’s primary customer technical interface. He works with clients individually to develop requirements and system architecture and serves as technical contact for the duration of the design and integration process. He brings 20 years’ experience as a Systems Applications Engineer in designing, building and testing complex sensor systems for both military and commercial applications.

As a Systems Applications Engineer at L-3 Communications Infrared Products Group (IRP), Jason met new potential customers to determine needs and requirements, created interface control documents (ICDs) and relayed performance specifications to the design team. He worked with the design team to build prototypes and production units, then served as the primary customer interface for all integration questions once the core was integrated into their system.

At Raytheon, Jason was Lead Systems Engineer and Integrated Product Team Lead (IPTL) for MTS-A multispectral sensor turret that was modified for installation on the HC/MC C130J. There, he led a team of multi-discipline engineers including Optical, Mechanical, Electrical, and Software Engineers to build test and deliver the system to the customer.

Jason also served as Lead Engineer over the ATFLIR Repair of Repairables (ROR) team, eventually taking over the repair business, testing and troubleshooting field returns, determining the repair cycle, re-assembling the system and executing all testing through the final acceptance test.  He was also the Lead Sustaining Engineer at Raytheon for the Stinger Missile Command Launch Unit, W1000 thermal weapon sight, Large and Medium Thermal Weapon Sight (TWS), including spearheading producibility changes to processes, test procedures, assembly procedures and mechanical designs in support of manufacturing all these products.

Jason also has experience writing and delivering engineering investigation reports; Delivering four reports to the Navy that detailed root cause and corrective action for four different major field failures of their system. In this capacity, he also assisted in standing up a new Navy repair depot run by the DoD.