Gail Dyer has over 9 years of experience as an Automation Controls Engineer at Corning Incorporated working with glass and ceramic products. Gail works in a hands-on environment programming PLCs, HMIs, and robotic systems. She frequently conducts robot simulations and risk assessments for multiple businesses within the company to ensure that the system designs are efficient and safe. Gail has been instrumental in the success and implementation of many innovative robotic projects including one which resulted in a patent.
Gail is an RIA member and currently serves on the ANSI/RIA R15.06 and R15.08 standards committees, an active leader in the Society of Woman Engineers, and is the current director for the local FIRST Lego League tournament. In her free time, she enjoys singing, puzzles, and traveling the world.
Gail received her BS in Mechanical Engineering with robotics from Lake Superior State University and a MS in Integrated Manufacturing Systems Engineering from North Carolina State University.