Jackie Dujmovic, CEO of Hover UAV has been re-elected to the board of the Australian Association for Uncrewed Systems (AAUS) for another 3-year tenure. Jackie had already completed a term serving on the board of the AAUS which had come to the end of its term requiring re-election. For re-election, a vote was conducted amongst AAUS industry body members, and the outcome was decided with Jackie being reinstated on the board for an additional 3 years. As there were 7 nominees for 5 Board positions, a vote was required to determine the result.
In Jackie’s own words “I am very excited to be re-elected to the Board of AAUS – Australian Association for Uncrewed Systems. Looking forward to creating positive change and pushing further boundaries for the #RPAS, #AAM, and #martime uncrewed autonomous sectors.
Congratulations to new board member Philip van der Burg and also returning board members Reece Clothier Vic Grosjean, MEng, CEng Simon Hooper“
What is the AAUS?
Australian Association for Unmanned Systems is a not-for-profit industry association representing organisations and individuals who are interested in the development, manufacture, operation, or effect of uncrewed systems in Australia. Representations extend across uncrewed systems in the air, land, and sea domains as well as advanced air mobility.
The organisation’s objectives are:
- to further the advancement of uncrewed systems in Australia and the surrounding region;
- to encourage the advancement of technology associated with the uncrewed systems community;
- to promote the education of the membership and those directly associated with uncrewed systems and of the general public;
- to broaden professional relationships among members;
- to maintain and increase the professional standing of the membership;
- to provide support to worthy candidates in the field of uncrewed systems;
- to recognise and award honors to individuals and organisations making great contributions to the field of uncrewed systems.