Senior Expert of Airbus Defence and Space, Julian Hasinski, will be present at the Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference. Subject of his presentation will be: Operational Concepts for Unmanned Airfreight. He will give his view of the Development of Operational Concepts over the last few years and give consideration to existing modes of logistics movements and their impact for the future.
About Airbus Defence and Space
Airbus Defence and Space is a Division of the Airbus Group. This new group is as a result of the amalgamation of the Cassidian, Astrium and Airbus Military former operating divisions and thus encompasses the activities relating to unmanned systems and utility aircraft.
Julian Hasinski has been a Senior Expert within Cassidian since 2010. He provides his expertise whilst serving within the Systems Design (COED) team of Cassidian. Julian joined EADS in 2003 to be the UK Head of UAV Engineering but has since used his skills on manned and unmanned platforms. Before joining EADS he was Technical Director of Aerotech Engineering Ltd and in this capacity consulted into numerous automotive and aeronautical projects. He was Design Authority on the Meggitt Voodoo Target Drone which is the fastest propeller scale UAV to date and in service all over the world, and he was the sole Aerodynamics Designer for the ASCARI A410 sports racing car which took the Mulsanne speed trap record in the 2000 Le Mans 24 hour race.
Julian’s early career was forged in BAE SYSTEMS whilst a systems and flight test Engineer on such classic aircraft as the Buccaneer, Phantom, Hawk and Harrier. For the Hawk in particular on certain Marks, 70% of the wired systems were engineered by Julian and his small team.
Julian’s first higher degree was in Electronics from the University of Salford UK. With the help of BAE SYSTEMS, he was able to extend this and become a full member of the Royal Aeronautical Society, with a strong interest in aerodynamics and flight test. Julian took on two further educational degrees achieving a Diploma in Management, where he was a prize winner, and then an MBA.