We work with a range of organisations, we use open innovation to uncover market requirements, develop new capabilities and find creative ways to solve problems.
Mike has been on this journey now for nearly two years, pulling SOARIZON from early customer ideation, through to product launch. Mikes role has been shaping, leading the design, building and creating the winning team. What I love most is getting the “amazing” people around me, helping bring this vision to life.
Karim loves drones, autonomy, people and technology and uses these to shape customer-orientated value offerings. He truly values the benefits that UAS bring now, and in the future and through energising innovation, how we can create something amazing. With a background in Defence, business development and senior management in drone capabilities, Karim sees this as an opportunity to make drone technology accessible to everyone.
Marion has been part of the SOARIZON journey right from the very beginning. Being part of the Digital Factory team in Paris, France, she even moved to Crawley, England to keep being part of our journey. Marion will go above and beyond to ensure the project goals are met and the team performs to the best of their ability.
Callum has a strong background in UAS and law enforcement, operating drones for a variety of data acquisition tasks. The key focus for him is that the data that drones collect should be central to any operation, not the aircraft or other complexity. Achieving success is most important aspect for Callum as he works with our customers to contribute towards a safer, smarter world, making better, faster decisions with greater value for money. Through these simple core tenants, customer loyalty and their success, becomes SOARIZONS.
Tom is a huge drone enthusiast with a background in robotics, AI and software and has been involved with SOARIZON since day one. Originally as a full stack developer he has recently moved into his new role as the team Growth Hacker. Being data driven, creative and analytical makes Tom perfect for this role as he tracks product usage, identifies new value and ultimately grows the product into what the market needs.
Ben pulls together interesting ideas, capabilities and use cases, to bring an innovative edge to SOARIZON and prove concepts on or off our product roadmap. His passion for travel, developing relationships and a background in project management combine effectively to make him our favourite Open Innovation and Partnerships Lead. His feet rarely touch the ground, and he’s typically found meeting with potential partners, or conducting interesting proof of concepts.
For organisations with large-scale responsibility for infrastructure and land, managing the drone phenomenon can be a challenging manual task.
Imagine a world where Santa Claus decided to embrace autonomy. He hangs up his boots, pours himself a glass of milk (whisky), and addresses modernisation through the use of drones. So, what would Santa's main challenges be?