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KEITH GRIFFIN

LEAD BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & SALES

TEAM

ROB CHARVAT

LEAD ENGINEER

Rob is passionate about helping people (retired firefighter) and creating autonomous systems. He has been working on unmanned aerial systems since 2005. Rob, lead the SIERRA program as a master's student at the University of Cincinnati. He has experience with corporate auditing from a Fortune 10 company. Rob sold his first drone company in 2012.

Keith Griffin is a retired Naval professional with 23 years of honorable service as a Command Master Chief with documented history of sustained superior performance. He is a proven talent in multiple program management, effectively leading and training people in the execution of complex evolution's ranging from aviation operations including UAS, emergency and disaster management, anti-terrorism events and complex medical response exercises.  An expert in his field, he has accumulated over 1300 mishap-free flight hours in various helicopter and fixed wing platforms performing numerous medical evacuations and helicopter rescues.  He was awarded the American Red Cross’ highest honor, the Medal of Merit and the Red Cross Hero Award, both for multiple lifesaving actions throughout his career.

DAVE CLIPSON

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT LEAD

Dave Clipson, Director of Product Development, is a 26-year Naval veteran with a proven operational track record on advising senior defense officials on complex policy, operations and budget issues in military medical health facilities and forward deployed operations. His experiences gained from 1500 flight hours in various helicopter and fixed wing platforms while performing hundreds of combat medical evacuations and high angle helicopter rescues underpins his expertise and passion to utilize drones to reduce operational risk while increasing rescuers abilities to save lives. He is an honor graduate of the Naval War College Senior Enlisted Academy and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Health Care from Excelsior College and was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Medal, which is the highest “non-combat” medal for heroism in the Armed forces.  He is currently licensed as a FAA Part 107 SUAS Pilot