Dmitry Makarov

I am a full stack developer with skills in design and implementation of system backends and frontends, as well as overall hardware and software product development process. I have experience developing and deploying complex systems tailored to customer needs and requirements. I’m passionate about technology and the ways it can enhance human lives.


Verto Analytics

Software Engineer (June 2016-present)

Metering solutions development.


Product Engineer (June 2016-present)

Part-time product development.

Product Engineer (May 2008-June 2016)

I’ve been involved in all the aspects of product development of the conveyor belt condition monitoring system, which Mionex is producing and Sandvik is distributing. I was mainly accountable for the software part of the product: data acquisition, back-end, middleware and front-end solving the challenge of making the distributed hardware and software components work as a whole product.

I’ve been mostly utilizing C# and .NET Framework (WCF, ASP.NET, WPF, MS SQL), as well as C++ and OpenCV with some RabbitMQ in between. I’ve also participated in manufacturing, hardware and software deployment and maintenance. I’ve done product roadmap planing evolving the product according to customer needs and company goals.

I’ve also been assisting A.M.S. Accuracy Management Services Ltd with laser tracker software development.

Lapin AMK / Optisen mittaustekniikan laboratorio

Project Engineer (March 2012-September 2012)

Data visualization research and development.

Project Engineer (March 2009-September 2009)

Machine vision research and development: eHouse, ProPal, Oil Analysis projects.

Trainee (May 2007-September 2007)

Development of embedded machine vision platform based on Blackfn processor: VPX project.


KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Master of Science (2009-2011)

Design and Implementation of ICT Products and Systems.

Master’s Thesis: Industrial Metrology Product Developmentā€”Best Practices and Success Factors.

Kemi-Tornio University of Applied Sceinces
(now Lapland University of Applied Sciences)

Bachelor of Engineering (2005-2009)

Information Technology

Bachelor’s Thesis: Distributed Systems in Industrial Process Monitoring and Control.