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Q: Are you a logistics company, a robotics company, or an aircraft company?
If you're expecting air cargo to have a "Tesla moment" any day now, adjust your expectations.
Electrifying flight of heavy stuff is really hard...
We need to stop asking batteries to solve everything,
and start letting aerodynamics do the heavy lifting (literally).
Seaflight flies close to the water's surface for a huge efficiency gain with our simple, electric, remote-piloted craft.
We double the range or payload compared to normal flight.
This means we can create a network that represents an agile new layer in cargo logistics, built on tech that has a low total cost of ownership and a low $/ton-mile, with no future miracles required.
Dr. Graham Doig
Graham is In Charge at Seaflight. He has 18 years of experience with electric mobility in aviation and automotive, both in industry and academia. He has a PhD in the aerodynamics of ultra-low-altitude flight from UNSW Sydney, and a Masters of Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Glasgow.
Graham led the aerodynamics team & range attribute at commercial delivery EV startup Canoo (Walmart) from early though SPAC, and designed 2 solar-electric vehicles that set international land speed records.
As a Lockheed Martin Professor of Aerospace Engineering at Cal Poly, Graham directed a wind tunnel and worked with partners like NASA, Tesla, and Joby Aviation. He's written or co-authored over 90 peer reviewed papers on aerodynamics, including work with the US Navy and the Australian Defence Force.
Will is In Charge of Engineering at Seaflight. He has over 7 years of experience building unique prototype vehicles and uncrewed aircraft, including with General Atomics Aeronautical Systems' SkyGuardian/ SeaGuardian platforms. At GA, he ran technical project management on the airframe production effort for the world’s first Type-Certifiable UAS.
He holds a Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering from California Polytechnic State University, where he also built up the Prototype Vehicles Lab from scratch as the original project manager for a solar-electric car project.
Will and Graham previously founded a climate tech R&D company together, Rebel Research, where Will worked on NSF-funded fire suppression as well as consulting for the electric vehicle industry.