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Sim Harbert

Sim Harbert


Senior Research Engineer








M.S., Electrical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1991
B.S., Physics, Davidson College, 1988


Research Expertise

Software Development, Simulation, Hardware Interfacing, IT Systems


Recent Publications, Presentations, and Patents


Trade Publications

Harbert, S. Fall 2011. Trends in remote and mobile information access technologies. PoultryTech. 23(3):4.


Conference Proceedings

Harley, L.R., S. Grullon, J.F. Holmes, S.D. Harbert, and D.F. Britton. 2008. Kinematic analysis of the differences between experienced and inexperienced workers on a poultry deboning operation involving repetitive voluntary motions of the arm and back. Proceedings of the 38th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. Washington, DC, November 15-19. ON CD-ROM.



Harbert, S., J. Zuerndorfer, T. Jaiswal, and L.R. Harley. 2012. Motion capture system using Wiimote motion sensors. 34th Annual International IEEE EMBS Conference, San Diego, CA, August 28 - September 1.


Guillermo, J.C., D.V. Anderson, W.D.R. Daley, D.F. Britton, S. Harbert, A.B. Webster, and C.W. Ritz. 2012. Audio features for monitoring conditions in a growout environment.  Poultry Science Association Annual Meeting, Athens, GA, July 9-12.


Harbert, S., L. Harley, T. Vaughn, and J. Zuerndorfer. 2012. The effectiveness of the WiiFit as an intervention to prevent the risk of lower back injuries. ASABE Annual International Meeting, Dallas, TX, July 29 - August 1.


Harbert, S.D. 2011. The effect of line speed on yield of a poultry deboning task. ASABE Annual International Meeting, Louisville, KY, August 9.


Harbert, S. 2011. Emerging technology. 2011 U.S. Poultry & Egg Association Information Systems Seminar, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, July 18.


Harbert, S.D. 2009. Emerging technology. U.S. Poultry & Egg Association Information Systems Seminar, Destin, FL, July 20-22.



Harbert, S., B. MacIntyre, D.F. Britton, and D.L. Shaw. June 19, 2012. Augmented reality industrial overline systems and methods. U.S. Patent No. 8,203,603.