David Cirulli is a UAS Certified Instructor and Embry Riddle Aeronautical University instructor. As Vice-President and co-founder of CEMSol, a comprehensive, solutions-driven Engineering and Technical company he pioneered the latest in airworthiness, regulatory and safety principles for small, medium altitude long endurance, high altitude solar UAS. He has over twenty years’ experience in aviation and real-time engineering development, civil and military avionics systems, and FAA certifications.
David Cirulli is a former Systems and Software Engineer at Honeywell Commercial Aviation Division. Mr. Cirulli spent more than fifteen years in project management and development of both airborne and ground-based systems for the commercial aviation. His systems and software fly in the most popular Boeing and Airbus commercial airlines and he has participated in every major commercial aircraft development in the past two decades.
David has served as Director of Programs at ENEA TekSci where he completed the certification of electrical power distribution system for corporate jet market place and became a military avionics certification specialist using FAA DO-178B compliance. He is a professional trainer on the FAA standards for certification guidelines of both DO-178 software and DO-254 hardware. He has been involved with the FAA DER community over the past decade. As Programs Director at ENEA TekSci, he created the OSE design center, a selective product and services solution provider for the OSE operating system.
As Vice-President of CEMSol, he created a growing company that provides full service engineering solutions to the real-time software and systems market place. He specializes in compliance to high reliability and safety guidance standards for FAA, FDA and NRC systems. He successfully completed achieving airworthiness standards for the C-17 large scale transport aircraft into civil airspace, B-1Air Force aircraft flight safety critical flight deck development and airworthiness for civil compliance of unmanned aerial vehicle systems. He was verification lead on the RTCA SC-228 Detect and Avoid committee for Unmanned Systems. He successfully brought advanced diagnostics and prognosis for real time system health using NASA and JPL technology to the commercial market place. Most recently he began his teaching profession with Embry Riddle Aeronautical University as UAS instructor.
Mr. Cirulli has a BS in Aerospace Engineering from Pennsylvania State University and an MBA from the Keller Graduate School of Management