UAS Aerospace Engineering

John Fardoulis has personally built more than fifty UAS, and has designed many associated tools.

He has also written a 30,000-word thesis, titled: Optimising Multirotor sUAS Design and Operational Efficiency for Scientific, Commercial & Humanitarian Work for a MSc in Aeronautical Engineering.

The following are examples of past engineering tasks.

Building a fully automated, computer-controlled dynamometer for propulsion system testing of single or dual propeller systems up to 34 inches in diameter. Bespoke LabVIEW software to run the system was created by Dr. Oliver Payton.

Large UAS Prototypes built in 2014 & 2015…