MicroPilot - World Leader in Professional UAS Autopilots
World Leader in Professional UAV Autopilots

Virtual UAV Manufacturers Meet Up



Webinar Schedule

CEST 2:00 pm 3:00 pm 4:00 pm 5:00 pm 6:00 pm 7:00 pm
EDT 8:00 am 9:00 am 10:00 am 11:00 am 12:00 pm 1:00 pm
PDT 5:00 am 6:00 am 7:00 am 8:00 am 9:00 am 10:00 am
April 12, 2022
April 13, 2022



epropelled ePropelled is a leader in magnetic engineering innovations that define the future of electric propulsion. Our patented intelligent motors, generators, and motor controllers are software controlled and create new levels of energy and system-level efficiencies in aerospace, electric vehicles, and industrial applications.

Webinar Description:

Propulsion motors and controllers need to be designed in conjunction with each other to ensure the best and most efficient performance. Mixing and matching technologies from different manufacturers can negatively affect performance and cost your flying machine a lot of airtime.

To optimize performance, we need to consider:
  • Motor magnetic parameters
  • Motor electrical parameters
  • Motor controller parameters
  • Tuning between motor and controller
  • Mission parameters
  • Real-time data monitoring and active adjustments
  • And many more pieces of data

Simply selecting any motor and/or controller is not good enough. Propulsion systems must work well to provide the best efficiency.

Speaker:Dr. Nabeel Shirazee, Global CTO & MD

Speaker Biography:Nabeel graduated from Leicester University in 1990 where he studied Electrical and Electronic Engineering. An M.Sc. in magnetic engineering followed at Cardiff University where he continued his Ph.D. studies and developed a permanent magnet lifting system that was patented by Cardiff University. His keen interest in magnetics led to a patented magnetic levitation system, which was awarded the “World’s No 1 Invention” at INPEX in the USA. In 1999 he founded Electronica, a magnetics research & design consultancy. Since then he has been involved with various challenging projects, including the design of an actuator motor for a British aerospace company. He also licensed the magnetic levitation technology to a Company in France.

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sagetech Sagetech Avionics is an aerospace technology company empowering safe flight in crewed and uncrewed aircraft with certifiable situational awareness solutions. Currently serving military and civil duty on most small to medium UAVs, Sagetech solutions are mission-proven and offer decades of program experience, certifications, and millions of flight hours to deliver maximum value over the life of an unmanned platform. Today, Sagetech is expanding its technology platform to create comprehensive, certifiable systems such as detect and avoid solutions. Every day, Sagetech works in concert with its extensive ecosystem of OEM customers, technology partners, and resellers to ensure UAVs fly safer with Sagetech on board. Learn more at www.sagetech.com.

Webinar Description: Detect and Avoid (DAA) is a key component of BVLOS operations and airspace integration. In the language of Detect and Avoid there are two types of traffic to detect: cooperative and non-cooperative. Learn how these two distinct and complementary approached provide holistic surveillance streams to threat resolution algorithms.

Speaker:Rudy Johnson, Director Technical Business Development

Speaker Biography:Rudy has over 20 years’ experience in avionics engineering and strategic technical business development of aviation communication, surveillance, and safety systems. As a Systems Engineer, Rudy developed, tested, and certified systems that enable safe and efficient fight such as TCAS II/ACAS X, terrain avoidance, transponder, and ADS-B systems. Building on this expertise, Rudy has been focusing on emerging technologies that enable Advanced Air Mobility, Urban Air Mobility, BVLOS operations, autonomy, and other innovative emerging markets.

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mobilicom Mobilicom is an end-to-end provider of cybersecurity and smart solutions for drones, robotics & autonomous platforms. As a high-tech company it designs, develops and delivers wide portfolio of smart solutions, which consists of cybersecurity and cloud server software, datalinks, networking & controllers hardware, and professional services. The company holds patented technology & unique know-how for Mobile Mesh networking. Mobilicom’s competitive advantages include outstanding security capabilities and performance in harsh environmental conditions. Mobilicom has a large, field proven portfolio of commercialized products used in a variety of applications with high profile customers including corporates, governments and military departments.

Webinar Description: With an increasing number of industries now relying on drones for their operations, it’s widely recognized that enabling safe and secure operations will unlock critical benefits and will allow large scales of high-value uses such as medical supply and package delivery, public safety and first responders missions as well as infrastructure inspections. An End to End AI 360 Cybersecurity solution is the answer.

Speaker:Pinhas Reich, VP Business Development & Marketing

Speaker Biography:Pinhas brings senior global managerial experience in sales, marketing and business development in various industries such as Telecom, Smart homes, behavior prediction based on speech analytics for enterprise and in the consumer market. Pinhas has rich experience working for small / large, private and public companies.

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micropilot Since 1994, MicroPilot has been the world leader in professional UAV autopilots with more than 1,500 clients in over 100 countries. For 27 years, MicroPilot has focused on UAV autopilots and provides UAV autopilots, accessories, ground control station software, simulators and integration support services to UAV manufacturers. MicroPilot autopilots fly a wide range of RPAS including fixed wing, multi-rotor, helicopter, transitioning, tethered and other types of drones.

Webinar Description: This presentation will be a brief introduction to FHA analysis in the context of RPAS development, as recommended by SAE's Aerospace Recommended Practices (ARP4761). Our goal is that viewers will gain a basic understanding of what an FHA is, the iterative processes it involves, its strengths and weaknesses, and some of the ways performing an FHA in the RPAS industry differs from other industries.

Speaker:Matias Gervai, RPAS Systems Integrator

Speaker Biography:Matias Gervai holds a Bachelor of Science in Physics from the University of Winnipeg, where he graduated gold medalist, after which he did a Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics from the University of Minnesota. Matias has worked at MicroPilot since 2018, where he has worked on the development of RPAS integrations of numerous vehicles of various different types from all over the world. Matias has also worked on the safety analysis and the safety documentation artifacts at MicroPilot since joining the team, having worked in the FHA, FTA and thereupon derived system requirements.

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mannarino MANNARINO is a leading service provider in Software & Programmable Airborne Electronic Hardware. Supporting the aerospace, defense, space, simulation, rail and power generation industries for over 20 years, we specialize in the design, verification, and certification of safety-critical systems. MANNARINO is a Transport Canada accredited Design Approval Organization and has just released its Affordable, Safe and Flexible RTOS product.,

Webinar Description: In this latest webinar, we will review the progress in Industry Standards & Guidance Material for certifying Uncrewed Aircraft Systems. We will look at the specific guidance material discussed within the EUROCAE WG-117 / RTCA SC-240 Topics on Software Advancements related to Low Risk SW Certification for UAS. This webinar is a follow-on webinar to the April 2021 Manufacturer’s Meet-up Webinar titled ‘UAV Certification / Overview of Aerospace Standards for First-Time Applicants’.

Speaker:Amanda Melles, DAO Chief Airworthiness and TCCA SW/AEH Design Approval Appointee

Speaker Biography:Amanda Melles joined MANNARINO in May 2014. In 2016, MANNARINO Systems & Software was awarded the first-ever service-based Design Assurance Organization (DAO) for airborne software and electronic hardware by Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) – a worldwide first for a service-based company. As such, Amanda Melles heads this effort as DAO Chief Airworthiness Computer Scientist.

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sightline SightLine Applications, Inc. is an Oregon based company that provides onboard video processors that are key sub-assemblies in advanced camera systems. Founded in 2007, SightLine has an engineering focused team of 18. We understand the importance of every technical support call and strive to be an important part of your development and integration teams. SightLine Applications adds significant value to a wide range of advanced camera systems through our onboard video processing solutions.

Webinar Description: Cursor on Target (CoT) integrates, analyzes, and displays streaming data in real-time for situational awareness in ISR applications. Geospatial information such as vehicle locations, detected targets, or events such as wildfires or gas leaks provide operators and mission planners a real-world view of what is happening as it happens. SightLine’s Cursor on Target covers the what, where and when, providing up-to-date actionable intelligence to operators to make informed decisions.

Speaker:Jeremy Sarao, Director of Product Development

Speaker Biography:Mr. Jeremy Sarao has over 20 years experience in embedded software development, with a focus on communication, imaging, and human-machine interfaces. As Director of Product Development at SightLine Applications, Mr. Sarao manages a team of software and hardware engineers to bring dozens of ISR products to market for the Unmanned Aerial and Ground Vehicle industries.

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sierraOlympic Sierra-Olympic is a trusted independent supplier of leading-edge infrared imaging technology. Our small company has made a big impact over the last 25 years and we are proud of our reputation as a trusted and respected authority on practical, high-value infrared camera products and services.

Webinar Description: President Chris Johnston and VP of Sales Jeff Leake of Sierra-Olympic Technologies, Inc will be joined by Jennifer Mattox, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) Compliance Monitoring and Inspections Supervisor, to talk about optical gas imaging and methane emissions compliance and enforcement. The presentation will begin with an overview from the Sierra-Olympic team on the development and refinement of optical gas imaging (OGI) infrared camera technology, and how it is deployed via hand-held, ground robotics, continuous monitoring and airborne platforms. Ms. Mattox will share reflections on the practical application of OGI technology in her home state of Colorado’s regulatory program. She’ll also discuss the process her state went through in the development of the Colorado Alternative Instrument Monitoring Methodology (AIMM).

Speakers: Sierra-Olympic Technologies Inc. President Chris Johnston, VP of Sales Jeff Leake and Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment’s Jennifer Mattox

Speaker Biographies:An engineer by training, Chris Johnston founded Sierra-Olympic Technologies, Inc. in 1995 to provide a sales network for advanced infrared camera technologies. The company has become a trusted, independent authority on high-value thermal imaging systems, and it manufactures and distributes a wide range of long-wave and mid-wave infrared camera technologies for airborne and robotic systems worldwide.

Jeff Leake is one of the world's foremost experts on optical gas imaging technology and implementation. He has been on the ground level of many of the infrared industry's innovations for decades, and is an advocate for the technology as an important solution for improving industry practices and curbing fugitive methane emissions.

Jen Mattox, is a Compliance and Inspections Oversight Supervisor for the Oil and Gas Program of the Air Pollution Control Division at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). She has led the Program’s inspection team overseeing air quality compliance for the oil and gas industry in Colorado for the last ten years. She has overseen the CO Approved Instrument Monitoring Methods team for the last eight years, evaluating new monitoring detection technologies and working with the monitoring community regarding use of these technologies for leak detection.

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tallysman Tallysman is a designer and manufacturer of high-precision GNSS and Iridium® antennas based in Ottawa, Canada. Tallysman® is known for its Accutenna®, VeraPhase®, VeroStar™, and Helical antenna innovations. These technologies have provided accuracy and precision that exceed customer expectations.

Webinar Description: This webinar will discuss the key features of a precision UAV Global Navigation Satellite System Antennas. The topics are:

  1. About Tallysman
  2. Overview of GNSS constellations and signals
  3. UAV Antenna Metrics and Technologies (key features):
    1. Antenna Metrics
    2. Antenna Technologies
      1. Accutenna (Ceramic Patch)
      2. Helical
      3. VeroStar
  4. Radio Frequency Interference Sources and Mitigation
  5. Antenna Installation and Custom Tuning Support
  6. Summary

Speaker:Julien Hautcoeur, Director of GNSS Product Research & Development

Speaker Biography:Julien Hautcoeur is the Director of GNSS Product R&D at Tallysman Wireless. He received a Ph.D. degree in signal processing and telecommunications from the Institute of Electronics and Telecommunications of Université de Rennes 1, Rennes, France, in 2011. From 2011 to 2013, he obtained postdoctoral training with the Université du Québec en Outaouais, Gatineau, Canada. In 2014, he joined Tallysman Wireless Inc. in Ottawa, Canada, as an antenna and RF engineer.

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