Owner Operator Chief Cook and Bottle Washer
Murray.Industries • February 2020 - present
We are a small R&D company specializing in new product development, 3D Printing, 3D scanning, and other exceptionally cool things…
Line Maintenance Production Manager
Air Canada • March 2019 - March 2020
Responsible for the overnight maintenance on company aircraft and timely dispatch at the end of Line Maintenance Visits. Tasking of up to 70 unionized employees to ensure the proper skills were distributed amongst the aircraft maintenance task requirements and nightly teams were assembled to ensure the success of maintenance efforts. Daily reporting on aircraft status to upper management. Expediting of tools and parts from the distribution system to aircraft locations. Teambuilding at the maintenance floor level despite the best efforts of some in upper management to alienate, punish and otherwise demotivate the workforce. Created Microsoft Azure forms to replace paper forms filled out on a daily basis for every Aircraft Tow event which was aggressively ignored because... progress... pffftt... Developed Microsoft Excel template and processes to control and track maintenance events that was aggressively ignored... as is tradition... because... unnnggg paper consumption gooood.
Union Aerospace • February 2012 - March 2019
Product Development - UAV Autopilot systems. SEE - Sense Evaluate Evade vision systems for UAV and manned aircraft. Vortex Engineered Heli-Systems - Bell Medium Carbon Fiber Field Service Crane. Müvo - Mecanum Wheel Helicopter ground handling Robot. Rotary Wing Legacy HUMS. Rotary Wing Legacy FADEC
Field service Representative
Leonardo (Agusta Westland Aerospace) • April 2016 - July 2017
Field service representative on behalf of Leonardo. Placed with Algerian Airforce in Chlef Algeria. Liaise with local military personnel and provide technical advice in the Maintenance of 11 Leonardo AW139 aircraft.
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Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Unmanned Systems Applications - Development • January 2017 - January 2024
As one of the first degree programs to focus on this burgeoning field, the Bachelor of Science in Unmanned Systems Applications (BSUSA) focuses on the growth, innovative development, and effective use of unmanned system technology across the respective domains (air, space, ground, and maritime). The focused curriculum addresses major challenges within the industry, including interoperability, autonomy, airspace integration, communications, education and training, propulsion and power, teaming, and regulation. Development track – Focuses on engineering and design aspects of unmanned systems. BSUSA graduates will be prepared to help develop and apply the advanced technologies necessary to support the growing and dynamic needs of the industry. They will also be qualified to help guide the policies and regulations that govern this emerging field.