April 30 – May 3: Educational Program | May 1 - 3: Exhibits

Gregory Walker

Precision Vision


Greg Walker has over 30-years direct experience in designing, building, testing, and operating Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and is currently a co-founder of Precision Vision. Precision Vision lets you see the world in detailed 3D with live motion over city-sized areas from any angle or perspective, like a live GoogleEarthTM. At Precision Vision Walker is leveraging his worldwide experience to deliver the next generation of imaging, surveillance, and reconnaissance technology to the domestic and international markets in Security, Oil & Gas, and Environmental Monitoring at a price that will revolutionize the market. Walker’s career includes positions as an Army officer conducting research with both the Army and NASA, serial industry entrepreneur, and starting and leading a University UAS program. Prior to forming Precision Vision his recent experience included a two-year stint as the Chief Operating & Technical Officer at Silent Falcon UAS Systems and founder of Necessity Systems. In 2014, after spending 17 years creating and leading the University of Alaska’s Center for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration from inception through to their selection as an FAA Test Site, he stepped down to return to industry to make an even greater impact in this field. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin, in 1986 with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and from Stanford University in 1988 with both an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering and an M.S. in Aeronautics and Astronautics. He opted in 1995 to abandon his PhD work at Stanford to launch his first a UAS business.


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