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I'm Adam Baillie

An Engineer working in the Amusement Industry

  • Location Orlando, FL
  • E-mail adam@adambaillie.com
  • Phone +1 (571) 247-5102

With a Bachelors of Engineering concentrated in Mechanical Design & Control, along with a minor in Human-Centered Design, from Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH, I bring a wide breadth of technical knowledge to my career. I joined The Walt Disney Company after college as an Associate Quality Engineer supporting work around critical processes in Worldwide Safety. I now work as a Project Engineer developing technology that ensures that our parks and resorts are a safe place for families to spend their vacations. I work across disciplines to manage the technical requirements and design of these systems including AV components, servers, and network infrastructure.

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Work Experience

Sept. 2018 - Present

Project Engineer

Walt Disney Parks & Resorts | Orlando, FL

I support the continued research & development of emerging technologies that make our parks safer for our Guests and Cast Members. Our team works with internal and external partners to apply ML and video analytic technologies to safety-critical processes within Attraction Operations, Food & Beverage, Transportation, and more; we are responsible for coordinating and project managing the relevant technical disciplines - while also collaborating with the operational teams that will work with the technology on a daily basis.

Technical Skills

  • AV System Design
  • Network Requirements
  • AI/ML System Training
  • Technical Documentation & Training
June 2018 - Sept. 2018

Machine Shop Teaching Assistant

Thayer School of Engineering | Hanover, NH

I work with students and researchers to design and manufacture components for both research and in-class projects. The majority of my time is spent introducing users to manufacturing techniques; focusing on safety, efficiency, and good machining practice.

Technical Skills:

  • Techical Drafting
  • Instructional Design
  • Multi-axis milling
  • Lathe operations
Sept. 2016 - June 2017

Worldwide Safety Tiered Auditing Intern

Walt Disney Parks & Resorts | Orlando, FL

Worldwide Safety Tiered Auditing Intern, responsible for performing and designing special audits to assess various factors as a part of the Quality Assurance process. Work includes audit design, data collection and analysis, observational studies, and reporting. Provide additional support to the scheduled audit program teams, providing data collection and analysis, document translation, and deliverable execution.

Technical Skills:

  • Quality/Operational Auditing
  • Maximo (Computerized Maintenance Management System or CMMS)
  • Business Intelligence / Dashboards
  • Database Software (Microsoft Access)
  • SharePoint
  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • Engineering Document Redlining & Change Processes
July - Dec. 2015

Global Engineering & Construction Intern

The AES Corporation | Arlington, VA

Member of the Global Engineering & Construction team; focused on the continued implementation and maintenance of an Oracle Primavera Unifier installation utilized by over 700 users to manage construction projects internationally. Developed and implemented Unifier instance for another business unit, from initial consultation to production ready version.

Project Tasks:

  • System maintenance, including monitoring, error diagnosis, and new user creation and training
  • Deploy Unifier instance to an additional business unit, serve as key member of team throughout the process; from early consultation and need-evalution, initial design and testing, to final production version
  • Develop new user documentation for international user base, both general and project-specific, as needed
  • Develop new administrative documentation, to aid knowledge transfer between various Unifier Administrators, including new group members
June - Aug. 2014

Robotics Intern

Digital Signal Corporation | Chantilly, VA

Member of the Quality Assurance team, responsible for developing the tools and techniques used by the technicians to calibrate and align components of the 3D long-range facial recognition technology.

Project Tasks:

  • Provide Preventative and Corrective Maintenance for robotic testing equipment used for calibration and alignment
  • Standardize existing testing equipment
  • Design and develop new tools for testing
  • Provide support to QA team as new projects began

Technical Skills:

  • Technical Drafting
  • Part Procurement
  • Quality Assurance
  • End-User Support

Project Experience

Spring 2018

Omni-Directional Vehicle

ENGS 146: Computer-Aided Mechanical Engineering Design | Hanover, NH

Design & construct a human-powered vehicle that can move in all directions.

Fall 2017

Recycle Bots

ENGS 76: Machine Design | Hanover, NH

Design & construct a remote-controlled machine that can pick up recyclables.

Spring 2015


ENGS 21: Introduction to Engineering | Hanover, NH

Develop a product to "improve quality of life".

2012 - 2014

SuperNOVA 4472

FIRST Robotics Team | Manassas, VA

High-school robotics challenge giving students hands-on engineering experience.


2021 - 2022

Bachelor of Engineering

Thayer School of Engineering @ Dartmouth | Hanover, NH

2014 - 2018

Bachelor of Arts in Engineering Science

Dartmouth College | Hanover, NH

2012 - 2014

Dual-Enrolled High School Student

George Mason University | Fairfax, VA

Skills, Certifications, & Memberships

Design Software:

SolidWorks - Certified Mechanical Design Professional #C-QKRGQ2S7Y9
PTC Creo Parametric

Specialty Software:

Maximo (Computerized Maintenance Management System)
Oracle Primavera Unifier

General Computing

Microsoft Office
Microsoft Sharepoint


Sheet Metal (Cutting, Bending)
Additive Manufacturing
2D Cutting (Laser)


English (Native)
German (Working)