RevAero celebrated another milestone year with our whole team at Stratton Newstead!
2022 brought RevAero numerous gifts, in the form of extraordinarily talented teammates and incredible problem spaces for us to sink our teeth into. Our people have developed an enviable team culture, and the dedication to achieving the vision of our founders has been unrelenting, which has contributed to the outcome of our year.
To recap on some of our successes, here is the 2022 RevAero year in review:
January – We were awarded a significant grant from the Queensland government, teaming with QUT (Queensland University of Technology) to build a low-cost cognitive electronic system hosted on an Uncrewed Aerial Vehicle (UAV), driven forward by our Zi, Fraser, Anju and Akila.
February – Amidst a world recovering from lockdown, RevAero represented Australia at the Singapore Airshow as a Team Defence Australia delegate, represented by Caelan, Mel and Terry.
March – Our first all company conference at AAUS, supporting the UAS industry as Platinum event sponsors and presenting on our Detect and Avoid technologies and Unified Traffic Management R&D threads.
April – Our co-founders, Terry and Kristian, led and presented at the UAS Xponential in Florida on capturing and mitigating air risk.
We became an ArduPilot Partner!
Our talented Rowan Carter presented at Rotortech sharing his experiences, as a former Royal Australian Air Force armaments engineer, providing insight to a century of overall aviation experience in this field, and how these can benefit the #RPAS community (through stores design certification, maintenance, and safe release).
RevAero received our ReOC to operate Sub-7kg Aeroplanes and Sub-25kg Multi-rotor and Powered Lift Remotely Piloted Aircraft.
July – Our talented Diego Rossotti, had a feature article in the Army’s CASbiz, showcasing his tremendous efforts on enabling cutting edge technologies in the UAS space.
August/September - Our inspiring Ali Duggan was a part of a RevAero contingent in Singapore, driving the evolvement of our UTM offerings.
October – Our PhD candidates, Zi and Fraser, attended the 59th Annual AOC International Symposium and Convention in Washington and AOC event in Adelaide.
November – We were awarded a $5.3 million grant by the Australian Government for our Regional Aerial logistics and Air Taxi Operations with Unified Traffic Management project, with our partners (Thales, Volo and TAS), to be driven forward by our talented COO Mike Sampson, R&D Engineer Sarasi and Systems Engineer Angus.
December – We welcomed our Senior Operations and Capability advisor Dan Jachimowicz. We are also offering new opportunities to join the team. If you’re inspired to join us in our journey to enable revolutionary advances in autonomous systems technologies, reach out! Put your CV in to us (firstname.lastname@example.org) and be a part of a team!
Check out our ads listings on Seek for more: https://www.seek.com.au/job/59480194?type=standout#sol=d101d93369c25e7a645b3463a0c248bb11a28284
We are so proud of our small team, their commitment to autonomous systems technologies and their drive to challenge and grow themselves every day.
We know 2023 is going to be an even bigger year, but we couldn’t be more ready!