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Founding Dash Systems

How can you innovate shipping and delivery? The founder of Dash Systems, Joe Ifill, stops by the show to talk about how he started his company and how a positive attitude contributes to problem solving and innovation.

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Season 1, episode 93
44 min / Published

How can you innovate shipping and delivery? The founder of Dash Systems, Joe Ifill, stops by the show to talk about how he started his company and how a positive attitude contributes to problem solving and innovation.

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Joel Ifill is a career engineer, innovator, inventor and entrepreneur. Born and raised in Michigan he received his undergraduate degree in Welding Engineering from Pennsylvania College of Technology and has spent over 10 years in a variety of engineering roles for diverse industries including; Aerojet focusing on precision guided munitions, and Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory developing next generation nuclear reactor technology.

He specializes in the intersection of new technology, automation, and critical safety environments holding multiple patents in diverse fields from mechanical engineering, to welding engineering, to aerospace engineering disciplines. In 2017 he founded DASH Systems with the mission and vision to perform next day deliveries anywhere on the globe. This vision is accomplished by enabling precision commercial air drops that allow any aircraft to safely launch and land cargo mid flight. With Joel as the CEO DASH Systems has been at the forefront of the growth and expansion of precision air drop technologies including numerous patents, deployments into multiple hurricanes and active disaster recovery efforts, department of defense contracts, and commercial deliveries to service rural remote and hard to reach communities. 
 

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