HYBIRD is a London-based technology company developing both hardware and software to deliver autonomous extreme environment inspections. These are drones unlike those that currently exist; they comprise a vast array of sensors for significantly increased operational safety and a much richer, actionable data output made easy for the user. The team's multidisciplinary experience, ranging from the client side in engineering companies to the technology side at startups, positions HyBird well to disrupt the outdated commercial inspections industry.
Noureddine is a highly technical and versatile individual, with multi-disciplinary experience, from working on a manufacturing production line to managing engineering and technology improvement projects and supplier relations at one of the largest aerospace firms. He has also received an Institute of Mechanical Engineers prize in recognition of research into novel applications of engineering principles.
After founding an engineering consultancy firm providing design to industry leading manufacturers, Henry has brought his design skills to HyBird to create the finest in drone design. A member of the board ensuring the interests of the company are maintained through the application of a comprehensive business strategy, and consideration for variable marketing trends.
With a wealth of knowledge in corporate finance, Ahmed is responsible for HyBird’s executive and financial decisions. Having successfully launched three businesses, in diverse industries, and sitting on the advisory boards for well-established companies, he is accustomed to developing creative solutions, preparing strategic plans, and delivering company growth. Ahmed is also Policy Lead at HyBird, and is familiar with aviation laws and regulatory frameworks, which lie ahead for prospective clients.
CURRENT drone systems are primitive, as the first wave of commercial aerial inspection solutions are more toy-like than tool-like. They are not capable of operating in extreme environments and are not comprehensive enough to operate safely in such areas, which largely restricts their current applications to outdoor inspection work. HyBird is looking where others are not: inside unsafe and complex structures.