Hope Casserly

Advisor at Robotic Assistance Devices

Hope Casserly has been working as an advisor at Robotic Assistance Devices since January 2021. Prior to that, they worked as a durability engineer at FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles from January 2019 to January 2021. Hope was responsible for identifying issues and performing initial root cause analysis on Event Based Reliability Growth (EBRG)/Special Test vehicles at the Chelsea Proving Grounds. Additionally, they did data CAN bus analysis and electrical troubleshooting using specialized software (CANalyzer and Chrysler Diagnostic Tool). Hope also worked with a team of mechanics and drivers to ensure the Durability Test Team’s vehicles continued to improve and increase testing uptime.

Before their work at FCA, Hope worked as the electrical engineering EIT and data acquisition lead at Solar Ship Inc. from July 2016 to December 2018. In this role, they were responsible for the design, build, and maintenance of the data acquisition system used to monitor the solar array output on the company’s airships. Hope also oversaw the operation of this system during flight test campaigns.

Hope began their career as an engineering intern at CpK Interior Products Inc. from May 2015 to July 2016. In this role, they assisted with the design and development of automotive interior trim components.

Hope Casserly completed a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering from the University of Guelph. Hope also attended Lakefield College School. Hope has received certification from FCA Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in Green Belt Reactive Problem Solving Certification, Lean TransformLution in Lean Manufacturing - White Belt, and the Government of Ontario in Worker Health and Safety Awareness in 4 Steps. Hope has also received certification from the Ontario Ministry of Labour in Working at Heights: Principles of Fall Protection.



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