Maxime Gariel

Chief Technology Officer, Xwing, San Francisco, USA


Maxime Gariel is the Chief Technology Officer at Xwing, an aviation company on a mission to radically improve human mobility through the use of fully autonomous airplanes. Maxime is a pilot whose lifelong dream is to make airplanes fly themselves. His work on autonomous flight systems includes fixed-wing to rotary-wing aircraft ranging from small to large aircraft. Prior to Xwing, Maxime was the Principal GNC (Guidance, Navigation & Control) Engineer at Rockwell Collins where he built autonomous aircraft systems like the AgustaWestland SW4 Solo autonomous helicopter. Maxime is a former MIT Postdoctoral Researcher of aerospace systems, and holds a PhD and Masters of Science in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Tech.​

All sessions by Maxime Gariel

Potential of Advanced Air Mobility for KSA - Chair: Eric Feron
03:45 PM

locationBldg. 19 Level 3 - Hall 1

Eric Feron

Professor of Electrical, Computer, and Mechanical Engineering and Director of the Robotics, Intelligent Systems, and Control (RISC) Laboratory, KAUST​, KSA

Maxime Gariel

Chief Technology Officer, Xwing, San Francisco, USA

Daniel Delahaye

Head of Optimization and Machine Learning Team, ANITI research chair AI for ATM and Large Scale Urban Mobility, French Civil aviation University​, France

Basier Aziz

CEO Atlas Imaging, KSA