EP 30: Paulin Kantue- Aeronautical Engineer & Founder of Uav4Africa
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Paulin Kantue refers to himself as a citizen of the world. He is born from Cameroonian parents in Italy, moved to South Africa for most of his adult life, and now he is based in Europe. In this episode, we learn that his early influence on STEM started at a young age, but being an aeronautical engineer was cemented in 10th grade. He breakdowns exactly what an aeronautical engineer is and explains the differences between the aerospace and aeronautical engineer. He currently a PhD student in intelligent drone research at Witswatersrand University, South Africa, he is completing his final year remotely. Paulin has 13 years of work experience and he tells us about his past work at ATE aerospace and Denel, where he worked as a chief flight control system engineer and, he tells us about some exciting projects. Lastly, he tells us about Uav4africa a company he founded in 2018. This, is the only privately-owned African aerospace company involved in academically-recognized research, and development that was developed to solve African problems. Find out about all this and so much!  

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