We’ve all been watching the progress of Advanced Air Mobility (AAM). A lot of R&D dollars are being put toward the challenge, but what will it take to actually get there? This webinar will address what it will take to make AAM a reality. We’ll discuss ground and air infrastructure requirements, the costs associated with AAM, the solutions being developed, and the current challenges and requirements for successful deployment from regulations, air traffic control, and public acceptance, and more.
As the Vice President of North America Aerospace at Cambridge Consultants, Chris helps companies achieve complex breakthroughs through the intersection of technology innovation, end-user requirements, and customer business growth.
Chris has over 25 years of military, defense and commercial aerospace experience ranging from serving on the front lines as an end-user across land, air, sea, and space domains to developing business strategy for some of the world’s leading technology companies, focused on gaining value from advances in manned and unmanned integration of ground and air robotics, artificial intelligence, sensor fusion and autonomy.
Chris holds an MBA and BSC in Technology Information Systems Management.
Milton Lopez is the head of design at SkyGrid with a proven track record of leading, designing, and developing UIs. As a Director of Labs at SparkCognition, Milton also leads the research and development for the innovative projects at the company. He was previously the lead User Experience Designer at SparkCognition where he led the development of user experience workflows to optimize application usage and develop low fidelity diagrams to highly fidelity prototypes.
Milton also has experience in Product Management at PHR Service Corp., where he gained expertise in marketing, brand innovation, print, packaging, and web design. Milton has a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies from the University of North Texas.
Stas Mozolyuk is the CEO of Avision, Inc. He founded Avision in 2015 and resides in Santa Monica, California, where the company is headquartered. Stas has 25 years of enterprise architecture, management, and consulting experience in the information technology industry.
Avision provides the market with a drone operations management system and is a UTM service supplier in the US and EU.
Lisa and her team are responsible for cultivating relationships with state and local government agencies, as well as industry solution providers who rely on Airspace Link’s AirHub platform to ensure safe and compliant Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) operations.
Lisa is a results-oriented, innovative, global business leader with over 25 years of proven experience in developing markets for emerging and transformative technologies in both VC-backed start-up environments and large corporations, such as Sprint-Nextel (now T-Mobile), Neustar, Tata Communications, and Teralytics. Prior to joining Airspace Link, Lisa was Head of Business Development for AiRXOS, a startup acquired by GE Aviation, focused on intelligent avionics solutions for UAS and UAS Traffic Management (UTM).
Lisa has significant experience in the areas of mobile communications, location-based services, transportation and logistics technology, and big data/analytics. Throughout her career, Lisa has been at the forefront in helping both public sector and enterprise organizations harness these new technologies to drive greater efficiencies and economic opportunities.
Lisa holds a B.S. in Finance, with a concentration in MIS from the University of Maryland (UMD) and earned her MBA from UMD’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. Lisa is an active member of WTS, (an organization focused on women in transportation), Women and Drones, ASTM F38 Working Group, Commercial Drone Alliance, AUVSI, and DroneResponders, a non-profit focused on the UAS for public safety.
Scott Howe is the Editorial Analyst for Commercial UAV News. He is a writer and editor with more than 35 years of experience working in fields such as higher education, healthcare, finance, and insurance. A native of Massachusetts, he currently lives in Portland, Maine.