Best Apps for the Job

This session will explain all the best software available to get your drone program flying faster.

Christopher Eyhorn Co-Founder & CEO, DroneSense Christopher is a proven and respected entrepreneur in the tech industry. Aviation has also played an important role in Christopher’s career as the inventor of EngineSense, a device that assists the pilot in identification of a failed engine in multi-engine airplanes. In 2010 he obtained his private pilot license and continued on to earn his instrument and multi-engine ratings in the following years. With over 500 flight hours he is on track to complete his commercial rating in 2016. Shortly after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin and consulting at Dell, he recognized an opportunity in the market of automated testing and co-founded ArtOfTest in 2007. The startup focused on making the complex domain of automated testing more productive and accessible to a wide variety of people with different skill sets and backgrounds. Some of the company’s pioneering work and methods resulted in a US Patent. After an acquisition of his startup Telerik by Progress Software in 2014, Christopher exited his investment and left to pursue his passion for aviation and technology. Ever the technologist, tinkerer and entrepreneur, he’s parlayed his aviation experience into the world of drone technology and is seeking to innovate and build first class software in the rapidly evolving space.

Christopher Eyhorn
Co-Founder & CEO, DroneSense

Christopher is a proven and respected entrepreneur in the tech industry. Aviation has also played an important role in Christopher’s career as the inventor of EngineSense, a device that assists the pilot in identification of a failed engine in multi-engine airplanes. In 2010 he obtained his private pilot license and continued on to earn his instrument and multi-engine ratings in the following years. With over 500 flight hours he is on track to complete his commercial rating in 2016.

Shortly after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin and consulting at Dell, he recognized an opportunity in the market of automated testing and
co-founded ArtOfTest in 2007. The startup focused on making the complex domain of automated testing more productive and accessible to a wide variety of people with different skill sets and backgrounds. Some of the company’s pioneering work and methods resulted in a US Patent.

After an acquisition of his startup Telerik by Progress Software in 2014, Christopher exited his investment and left to pursue his passion for aviation and technology. Ever the technologist, tinkerer and entrepreneur, he’s parlayed his aviation experience into the world of drone technology and is seeking to innovate and build first class software in the rapidly evolving space.