Shoal and team finalists in the 2022 AAUS Industry Champions Awards

AAUS Finalists

The AAUS Industry Champions Awards recognises individuals and organisations that have made a significant contribution to the Australian uncrewed systems industry.

Shoal’s Decision Support Analytics team are named as finalists in 2 categories.

  • The Education & Safety Award recognises individuals or organisations who demonstrate leadership in educating the unmanned systems industry with particular emphasis of developing a safety-focussed culture. Congratulations to Dr Benjamin Schubert, for his work with the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG) Unmanned Aerial System Management Unit (UASMU) to explore the use of Quantitative Risk Analysis methodologies within Safety Assessments of Uncrewed Aerial Systems (UAS).
  • The NextGen Achievement Award recognises young individuals (under 35 yo) that demonstrate elite capability and leadership in their field within the uncrewed systems sector. Congratulations to Mathew Gardiner for his important technical roles leading development spirals on a number of key projects with the Australian Space Agency and CASG.
AAUS Finalists

Pictured left to right, Mathew Gardiner and Dr Benjamin Schubert

The finalist list features over 30 high-achieving professionals and organisations across 7 award categories. The winners will be announced following the RPAS in Australian Skies 2022 conference, at the AAUS Gala Dinner and Industry Awards in Canberra on Tuesday 29 March 2022.

Shoal provides modelling and simulation to support the early design phase of systems by providing a tool to explore system behaviour using representative mathematical models. This enables analysis of a system through simulations to gain a deep understanding of performance, without building a physical model. The Shoal Aerospace and Risk Capability (SHARC) software toolkit was expanded to model UAS for our clients to quantify the individual and collective risk to people.