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Andrew Weinert '09

MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Associate Staff Member
Andrew Weinert is a member of the Homeland Protection and Air Traffic Control Division at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Mr. Weinert joined the Laboratory in 2009, focusing on drone airspace integration and public safety information systems while supporting two R&D100 Award winning programs. His master's thesis focused on optimization of aircraft avoidance using information theory and parallel processing techniques. Mr. Weinert served as the technical lead for a NIST Public Safety Innovation Accelerator Program to create the Low Altitude Disaster Imagery (LADI) dataset. He received a MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Boston University and a BS in Security and Risk Analysis with minors in Information Science Technology for Aerospace Engineering and Natural Science from the Pennsylvania State University. Mr. Weinert also serves on the Pennsylvania State University College of Information Sciences and Technology’s Alumni Society Board, holds a FAA remote pilot certificate (Part 107), and a FCC amateur radio license.