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Ampaire: Leading The Charge With Practical, Compelling Electric Aircraft
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom C
17:20 - 17:40
Ampaire today is test flying the world's largest hybrid-electric plane, with plans to conduct demonstration flights on commuter airline routes in the coming months. The company is on the fast track to introducing, cleaner, quieter, less costly aircraft to benefit airline and general aviation operators, and improve the passenger experience. The future begins with in-service aircraft adapted for electric propulsion and proceeds to exciting new, clean-sheet and high-performance all-electric aircraft. Hear firsthand from Ampaire's Co-founder and CEO, Kevin Noertker on Ampaire's vision, plans and industry-leading progress toward making a new era of electric aircraft a reality.
Speaker Biography (Kevin Noertker)
Leading Ampaire enables Kevin to combine his technical and management skills with his entrepreneurial vision, love for the outdoors, and passion for things that fly. He graduated with honors from Caltech, and serves as a Director of the Alumni Association. Prior to Ampaire, Kevin held positions of increasing responsibility in research and development and program management at Northrop Grumman, leading the development and deployment of advanced aircraft and satellite technologies. He has a proven track record for initiating and delivering innovative technical solutions, building and motivating teams, and optimizing systems. Kevin is committed to building communities and connecting the world.
Company Profile (Ampaire)
Ampaire is on a mission to be the world's most trusted developer of practical, compelling electric aircraft. The company is building commercial electric planes that are cleaner, quieter, and significantly less costly to operate.