First, Wilstair is not a drone manufacturing company. At Wilstair, our job is not to sell our clients on a specific type of drone to fulfill sales quotas. Instead, we use drone design and engineering skills to source the best sensors, electronics, and frames needed to improve our client’s business and efficiency needs. Many drone companies are developing the technology needed by our clients, but the integration strategies needed to put the technology to work are not commonly defined, leaving our clients to spend additional money and time to figure out how the technology can be incorporated into their business.
At Wilstair, we pride ourselves in being students of unmanned aerial technology, so that we may represent our clients’ best interest. Similarly, we are highly motivated at bringing our industry and academia partners new business and funding opportunities to incorporate their goods and services to solve our client’s needs. Most of Wilstair solution strategies incorporate open source software and commercial off the shelf (COTS) technology integration in an effort to maximize our client’s return on investments.
The ability to partner with clients to identify return on investment strategies that incorporate autonomous aerial systems as tools for their daily business or operational needs is Wilstair’s strength. Wilstair applies Six-Sigma process improvement solution strategies that not only focus on the technology integration, but also the roles and participation of employees.
At Wilstair we take pride in creating solutions that gives back valuable time to people one drone at time. Our mission is to put drones to work for our clients while maximizing their return on investment.
Leadership at Wilstair
Will Stavanja – Founder
An aviation enthusiast who enjoys building and designing aircrafts. He holds a passion for unmanned aerial systems and grew his interest for future applications of the technology while co-leading an Urban High Rise Rescue educational project for Boeing to design an unmanned rescue vehicle concept model to rescue people from burning high-rise buildings.
Aside from being an aviation geek, Will holds a B.S. in Mechanical Aerospace Engineering, is a certified Part 107 drone pilot, and is experienced in process development and technology integration strategies.