Andreas started out as a trained machinist, working for several years in CNC-machining, maintenance and an assembly in Switzerland and Canada as well as a CNC-machining instructor in Ethiopia. After that he became an engineer, studying Micro-Technologies and taking a master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering. And now he is working as R&D Engineer and Payload systems manager at Griff aviation in Sykkylven, Norway.
The wide range of hands on experience on machines and systems as well as the understanding of precision and high-end design from the biomedical industry, is a big advantage in pushing the frontier in the new technological filed of drones.
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