Jeremy Jass

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Jeremy Jass, Chief Technology Officer, has over 12 years designing and writing custom hardware and firmware applications across multiple industries. Prior to joining CHSH, Jeremy was an application engineering where he designed and built high frequency data analytics platforms for Score Atlanta. In this role, he designed and deployed connected device networks for applications in highly regulated industries.

Jeremy was the lead engineering and senior project manager for Engineered Systems for Manufacturing (ESM). In this role, Jeremy was responsible for the design, manufacturing, installation, and service off all low voltage electronic systems for the Georgia corrections facilities. He oversaw a team of up to 15 engineers and was the senior engineer responsible for all statewide operations and design.

Jeremy was one of the Founders of Clean Hands Safe Hands, and is ultimately responsible for the design, programming, and deployment of the entire system. Jeremy oversees and manages a team of 6 engineers and developers to guide the overall technology strategy and development efforts. He is specifically focused on the development of all hardware and firmware capabilities as well as how they integrate in with the entire system application. Jeremy has a BS in Computer Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology.

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