Dr Matthew Marino
Dr Matthew Marino is a lecturer, researcher and drone pilot at RMIT University. He is also a team leader in the Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Team. Drone technology is experiencing rapid growth with new applications and technologies progressing their functionality and use for a variety of operations. This has lead to growth in teaching and research areas in which more people are requesting learning on how to use and apply the technology as well as fuelling demand in new technologies to progress drones forward. Matthew's research area focuses around novel drone applications in order to find new ways to integrate them into safer and more efficient civil and military operations. His approach is to research and develop simple and effective solutions to address unique problems using drones. Fostering relationships with between RMIT and the industry allow for effective collaborations to solve industry problems and allow the novel and effective drone development.
Thanks for your support and the rest of Tangent Link at the event. As a sponsor we felt valued and believed we made a valuable contribution to the conference delegates. The demonstration was a great way to show exhibitor’s products as well as giving a more comprehensive understanding of new concepts and systems. Well done team.
The networking opportunities were fantastic, well worth delegates and trade exhibitors. Static and Dynamic demonstrations were well organised and a highlight of the conference.
The conference went absolutely very well for us, it was interesting and useful. We enjoyed every moment, both of professional networking and the excellent atmosphere of communication between colleagues, the people who speak in the same ‘firefighting’ language. Your team is incredible.”
Once again the Tangent Link Team put on a premier event, offering fantastic information presentation and unparalleled networking opportunities for aerial firefighting.
One of the best industry specific events I have attended with key decision making persons in attendance.