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Every business has a beginning, In 2013, Keith Moser joined Moser Electric. Moser Electric was started over 21 years ago by his uncle James Moser. After he passed away, his brother Albert Moser continued the company. Since joining, Keith Moser has added a great deal of experience and value to Moser Electric. The company is currently growing since his arrival.
Meet the Owner
Keith Moser is a Pittsylvania County native and a 1991 Chatham High School graduate. Moser attended Danville Community College prior to joining the U.S. Army in 1993. He is a veteran of the first Gulf War. Following his service, Moser attended Old Dominion University (ODU) and earned his bachelor’s degree in engineering.
While at ODU, Moser developed automated controls for the use in biomedical applications for Carson Bio Systems. For his efforts, Moser was recognized by the Virginia Biotech Association for the creation of new and innovative technology.
General Dynamics Corporation hired Moser in 2001. Working with the Company’s team of engineers, he supported the U.S. Naval Submarine Force with solutions in undersea surveillance at the IUSS Operations Support Center (IOSC), located on Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek in Norfolk, Virginia. While there, Moser’s focus was on an automated control system design for undersea surveillance.
Moser supported various types of new equipment procurement at General Dynamics. He conducted and oversaw engineering design for various types of electrical and electronic systems. He provided engineering support and oversight of contractor designed equipment, which included critical reviews of the equipment’s electrical design. He oversaw the installation of new equipment and offered on site engineering solutions in critical equipment failures.
Moser was awarded a patent for a device that he and fellow engineers working for the U.S. Navy developed for the unmanned watercraft.
In 2004 Moser joined the Norfolk Naval Shipyard as federal government employee. Moser was attached to the shipyard’s Crane Department, where he was responsible for troubleshooting and maintaining the shipyard cranes electrical systems, controls circuits, programmable logic controllers and variable speed drives. He worked on a number various crane systems to including various sidewall, floating/yard derricks, jibs and mobile hydraulic cranes along with their associated systems and structures.
The electrical systems of the shipyard’s big 150 ton portal cranes, 100 ton floating cranes and 100 ton bridge cranes also took special attention. With these cranes, duties included knowledge nonnuclear weightlifting equipment and nuclear/nonnuclear weight handling equipment including technical (power supplies, computer, controls, drive systems), nuclear requirements, general weight handling requirements, operating instructions, maintenance testing processes, procedural requirements and overall program management of subject equipment.
Troubleshooting, programing and maintenance of cranes containing AC drives was routine. Preparing engineering cost estimates, reviewing and checking contractor shop drawings for conformance with contract plan, making recommendations and writing technical specifications was a primary focus.
In 2007 Moser joined the U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center, Combat Craft Division (NSWCCD), where he was employed as a systems engineer.
Moser developed the control systems for the U.S. Navy (UISS, AMN projects) unmanned boats to include writing the software, hardware and all their integration. He developed autonomous control systems to retrofit various existing Navy vessels into autonomous craft. This skill was used on all forms of traditional boat propulsion.
Additional duties included support for various types of new equipment installation and procurement for the U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, U.S. Marines and the U.S. Coast Guard. Moser provided engineering support and oversight of contractor designed equipment, including review of the equipment electrical design, testing and integrations methods. He prepared engineering cost estimates, reviewed and checked contractor shop drawings for contract conformance, made recommendations, and wrote technical specifications.
While working at NSWCCD, Moser attended the University of Virginia in Charlottesville Virginia and obtained Masters degrees in Systems Engineering through the School of Engineering and the Darden School of Business.
In 2012 Moser returned to Pittsylvania County and joined MC Dean, Inc. as a controls system engineer. He programed PLC and drive systems for coordinated drive system used in various web handling applications, tire building and other products. Moser responded to trouble calls in various industrial facilities, troubleshooting, repairing and providing engineered solutions.
Moser developed and designed HMI for various manufacturing systems in conjunction with PLC programming. He assisted the client with the evaluation and establishing system performance requirements. He prepared specifications for the purchase of equipment, materials and/or support services.
MC Dean company projects provided experience in designing, implementing, maintaining and improving electrical instruments, equipment, facilities, component products and related systems. The use of engineering and design software aided the preparation of CAD drawings and other documentation for system installation, testing, commissioning, maintenance and operational training. He directed and oversaw compliance with specifications, codes and client requirements, to include operational and safety standards.
In 2013, Moser joined Moser Electric. Moser Electric was started over 21 years ago by his uncle James Moser. After he passed away, his brother Albert Moser continued the company. Since joining, Keith Moser has added a great deal of experience and value to Moser Electric. The company is currently growing since his arrival.
Keith Moser’s Awards and Special Recognition:
- Recipient, Army Achievement Medal( going beyond the call of duty).
- Award for new and innovative technology (Virginia Biotech Association)
- 8 Special Act Service Awards (NAVSEA)
- Invention Award
- NAVSEA Division Award
- 5 Group Awards (NAVSEA)