Zach is a UQ undergraduate studying an integrated Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) and Master of Engineering degree, specialising in the mechanical and aerospace field. He is currently completing his semester-long Masters Placement Project by designing, manufacturing and testing an aircraft propeller testing rig capable of simulating an angle of attack within a wind tunnel and measuring the thrust output.
Josh graduated from The University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering in 2017. He has experience in both the design and manufacturing aspects of engineering, having designed components to aid in the operation of UQ’s hypersonics facility, as well as designing and manufacturing a unique writing desk, various motorcycle components and other hobby projects such as a potato cannon. Josh started out at Skyborne as a work placement student, designing and manufacturing a prototype cane toad eradication vehicle. He is now employed as the mechanical engineer on the Cerberus GL project.
Skyborne is a Brisbane based, Aerial Services company that specialises in photography and videography in a range of industries as well as R&D on a revolutionary hybrid tri-rotor design.