In this part of the Website, most company executives talk about themselves. Aerospace engineers that invented flight, software giants that virtually created the internet, financial wiz kids that made millions while giving investors an "amazing" 6% return. At Venture Aerospace we believe what we are doing is what matters and though what we have done personally may lend credence to our belief that we can execute ....it is not a given, it takes something else..
Whether it is building electric cars, phones, on-line market empires or rockets, it is the sad truth that these powerhouse companies never give public credit to the individuals whose efforts, whose creations, whose strokes of genius actually made the technological leaps. Instead we are left to believe it was the CEO, that guy on TV, that created everything. We do not agree.
Sasha Ludwig-Mela, whose willingness to learn, personal discipline, perseverance and creative spark took some radical ideas and turned them into practical, industry changing patentable realities. Her intern, DU engineering student Vivian Nguyen, who crawled through wind tunnels, organized the workshop every day and went home filthy with metal dust and plastic but in doing so made things possible.
Jeffrey Jakubowski, artist, designer, CEO of 3D Ifusion and model maker, who turned rough concepts into works of art. The sales rep. from Reynolds Materials who willingly taught us everything he knew about molds and urethane and even brought his bosses, incredible engineers who wanted to share with someone like Sasha that was willing to listen.
Vanja Vibecov, a young aerospace engineer from ADP Power supplies, Sydney, Australia, who talked us through complex systems and had his engineers build us the electronics we needed. Steve and Jeff from Neumotors, San Diego, who handpicked and rushed our motors through production. The engineers from Spark Fun, Colorado, that searched through old products to find the exact circuits we needed.
They not only gave us wonderful, desperately needed support but the reason not to fail. The need to make the future a better place. Hence the Phantom -EDC, that runs on biodiesel without lubricant. Not carbon neutral after 10 years on the road but carbon negative every time you fire it up.
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