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"regulatory resource center" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

06:20 min | 3 months ago

"regulatory resource center" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"This was a scant cheese a year and a half ago you could count one hundred fifty companies that were building air taxi right underneath with close to a thousand no actually another consolidation started. Now you really down to about five. That are legitimate contenders and and they're the five that are getting you know massive capital investments through either or venture capital because that's what it takes to bring new airplane to market. Yes a massive amount of capital. Yes you know. I mean it's estimated that the seven eight seven program from start to finish. Now mind you. This isn't a clean. Sheet design like boeing building. Twin engined airliners for decades right so to bring that airplane to certification you know was measured in multiple billions of dollars by the most expert company in the world. Doing it right so to be a startup coming into making passenger-carrying airplane from scratch. Better have money in the bees. And i think a lot of those new entrance kind of started to learn that and see the scope of the problem and self selected out right. The small drones space. Oh can i use that term going forward self-selected because we've talked about like amazon. You know going into drones and for a while there. Google was going to go into drones and they sort of you sort of go. Why are you doing this. And then but they self selected out because they figure. I'm going thank you john. That was my. That's my new term for the mike you term for for bingo. Yeah there you go awesome. I don't know if you have enough squares on the bingo card for self selected. But maybe you're just a really advanced bingo group. it's awesome But yeah i think consolidations part of any industry. I think This is one of the reasons we have this thing called. The regulatory resource center in the business is that it. It can be daunting to be a new entrant into this highly regulated space and even know where to start. We've been doing this now for several years and like i referred to earlier. Regulatory team is top notch. So what we've done is we've said. Hey let's take some of these learnings. Let's put them on a website. Let's put the documentation the workflows on a website. So people can have a place to go start and then you know the ones that are serious than we offer. Our professional regulatory services are people in their time As kind of a consulting service to help them take the next steps if they don't have the capacity or the expertise to do it themselves and again. This all goes to bring more people to be able to do this. Work with those kinds of airplanes ultimately is going to build the market base that we need for for the products that were building so. The regulatory resource center is available for who Anybody that is considering either. Starting drone business drone business wants to start to pursue beyond visual line of sight flying Right now the only path to being able to fly beyond visual line of sight commercially is to get a waiver from the faa and that waiver is basically something that exempts you from the rules. Either part one. Oh seven or ninety one or part one. Thirty five to go do the operations so It's not an easy path. There's a lot of paperwork that has to be done. There's a lot of data that you asked to have to produce if you've never done it before it can be a lengthy and costly process to learn so we don't. We don't want our customers to have to go through that pain Want them to be future customers. So we're doing this to help them go faster early to get to that point it. How long ago was that established. Well we've been doing it kind of honestly for the last couple of years. We officially established it last year. we recognize. There's enough people now doing this. That we probably we can get some return out of the investment of of codifying and putting it together We're also building out a workflow kind of phased approach to helping people take incremental steps towards a bb loss waiver that starts with certainly get access to the regulatory resource center on the webpage But then they have a very small firm fixed price package that we call a sas which allows them to share with us what they want to go do. And then we give them an assessment back based on regulatory knowledge of the the gaps in their approach where they need to do to kind of fill in those gaps. So it's kind of like a coaching kinda thing is but you know there's a lot of people out there that just don't know where to start so that's what we're trying to do. Tastic will john. Where do people go to learn more about service automation or the regulatory research center. Yeah sure it's simple Dub dub dub that iris onboard dot com all one word. Oh my god. I know what he's going to say. Go ahead david on. You are the first person ever. Besides max flight. I've ever heard say dub dub dub we used to make finding those years to dub dub airplane geeks dot com. What the hexa dub dub dub congratulations john. You just validated max. After after twelve years of of say there's another one out there. okay folks. I cannot confirm or deny whether he sent me now. I am to use that or not so that out there. We'll just leave it out there. John damage thanks so much for coming on the show. It's been a fascinating conversation. We could probably go for another whole episode Maybe we'll have you back in the future if We haven't scared you away completely but we really want to thank you for speaking with us and with our audience yet max david thank you guys for the time and the honor to be bored. I think this is a blast and those close to me. And those who work with me know that i could probably continue to talk about these things for hours on our so your audience. Maybe this is a good time to stop and take a break. But i appreciate it and yeah anytime i'd be happy to come back on and talk some more so thank you guys very much. Thank you thank.

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"regulatory resource center" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

06:32 min | 3 months ago

"regulatory resource center" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"This episode is being published during sudden fund. And we'll be deviating from our normal format. What we have is an interview. David vanderhoek i recorded for the uav digest. Now i know there is some audience. Overlap between that podcast and this one but for all you who general here. Not interested in drones. Stick with me for just a minute. Our guest is john damage. The ceo of iris they've developed onboard detect and avoid technology for beyond visual line of sight. Drone flights if piloted in aircraft or going to share the same airspace. This is critical technology that both worlds have a stake in one thing that you will appreciate is that john is a pilot himself and he brings the understanding that you all have into the unmanned space. Just listen to his bio. John has over thirty years of aviation technology. Experience and executive leadership he led new. Business ventures at boeing next. He was chief growth officer at boeing subsidiary. In situ and he was a boeing executive liaison board member to sky. Grid a joint venture between boeing and spark cognition. John was the ceo of two d. Three sensing a leading provider of computer vision based image processing software for aerial surveillance. He's also an faa certified commercial pilot multi engine and instrument ratings and. He's a cfi pretty. Good hey if you're a pilot or naveh geek that's the kind of guy you want in the drone business. Our man on the inside so to speak. Irish autonation is primarily a computer vision and machine learning software company. That's focused on helping. Unpiloted systems detect other airplanes. The company's cassia product is a platform agnostic. Three hundred sixty degree radio computer vision tech and avoid system for unmanned aerial systems. So i invite you to listen to this conversation. I think you'll find it interesting in if you are a subscriber to the uav digest. This is the same interview as an episode. Three hundred and seventy no need to continue unless you'd like to hear it again which would flatter david me. Okay our guest is john damage. He is the ceo of iris automation. They produce the cassia which is platform agnostic. Three hundred and sixty degree radio computer vision detect and avoid system for you a. s. and they also have something they call the regulatory resource center. Which is an online tool that manages. The bbc loss waiver application process. How john's got a really nice long. Fantastic aviation technology career. He led new. Business ventures at boeing next. He was chief growth officer. At boeing's subsidiary in situ and he was a boeing executive liaison and board observer to sky grid which was a joint venture between boeing and spark ignition. John was also the ceo of two d three sensing they're a leading provider of computer vision based image processing software for aerial surveillance in on top of all that he's also an faa certified commercial pilot. He has multi-engine an instrument ratings and he's a cf. I the certified flight instructor. John welcome to the uav digest. Thank you very much. Max and i'm calling in from southern california to stay on team there. We go which probably makes both of your little bit jealous. This time year. I grew up in new jersey so i definitely remember what late february early march felt like This tease of spring but winter holding on for dear life. Well we were at seventy three degrees today. So i actually had the hanger open at the museum which was kind of a nice thing was on the teas. Get the punch is coming all right. Well john why don't we start off talking a little bit about the products and services that irish automation offers Detected avoid is certainly a big part of what you do. Yeah i would say. Detection is primarily what we do we at our core our computer vision and machine learning software company and what the founders of our business realized is that the drone industry was not going to be able to grow exponentially like all the hype held for so many years until drones were allowed to fly more like regular airplanes and The thing that really precludes that from happening today is satisfying the existing regulations as they relate to seeing and avoiding other traffic. And you know what the audience probably knows. Maybe some don't is. There is a specific rule in the current regulations In under part ninety one and that the rule is one thirteen. and be. that says it's the pilot's responsibility Weather conditions permitting to see and avoid all other aircraft. Well the funny thing happens when you take the pilot out of the cockpit in that you've now taken those eyeballs in those sensors out of the aircraft that gives you that what we refer to as the last line of defense against an airborne collision so rightly so Regulators have been very careful not to authorize too many flights of drones beyond visual line of sight until we can solve this problem so that is squarely where irises focused forgive the pun in. That is helping. These unpiloted systems detect other airplanes. So that the autopilots can actually then avoid those aircraft much the same way and frankly what will probably be better than the human pilot can And that's why we're so optimistic and really looking forward to to the value we can provide to the community because while we focus on drones to start The long run is this is a system that can help aviator and i for one as someone who spends a lot of time in low altitudes and small airplanes teaching people to fly I know how bad i am at seeing in avoiding other traffic so if i could get a hold of a system that helped me be better..

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Interview With Jon Damush, CEO of Iris Automation

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:18 min | 3 months ago

Interview With Jon Damush, CEO of Iris Automation

"Okay our guest is john damage. He is the ceo of iris automation. They produce the cassia which is platform agnostic. Three hundred and sixty degree radio computer vision detect and avoid system for you a. s. and they also have something they call the regulatory resource center. Which is an online tool that manages. The bbc loss waiver application process. How john's got a really nice long. Fantastic aviation technology career. He led new. Business ventures at boeing next. He was chief growth officer. At boeing's subsidiary in situ and he was a boeing executive liaison and board observer to sky grid which was a joint venture between boeing and spark ignition. John was also the ceo of two d three sensing they're a leading provider of computer vision based image processing software for aerial surveillance in on top of all that he's also an faa certified commercial pilot. He has multi-engine an instrument ratings and he's a cf. I the certified flight instructor. John welcome to the uav digest. Thank you very much. Max and i'm calling in from southern california to stay on team there. We go which probably makes both of your little bit jealous. This time year. I grew up in new jersey so i definitely remember what late february early march felt like This tease of spring but winter holding on for dear life. Well we were at seventy three degrees today. So i actually had the hanger open at the museum which was kind of a nice thing was on the teas. Get the punch is coming all right. Well john why don't we start off talking a little bit about the products and services that irish automation offers Detected avoid is certainly a big part of what you do. Yeah i would say. Detection is primarily what we do we at our core our computer vision and machine learning software company and what the founders of our business realized is that the drone industry was not going to be able to grow exponentially like all the hype held for so many years until drones were allowed to fly more like regular airplanes

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