Brian Lundrigan

CEO, Operations Manager & Chief Pilot

Brian has over fifteen years’ experience in growing companies through the design and commercialization of new and unique technologies. He holds a certificate in Aircraft Maintenance and has considerable experience in the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) sector. This UAV experience includes operator knowledge and piloting skills as well as knowledge of cutting edge technology and service operations. These traits combined with Brian’s extensive experience in business development, ideally suits the needs of RPM Aerial Services. 


Randy Gillespie

Senior Advisor, Business Development

Randy is a registered Professional Geoscientist with 30+ years experience in satellite, airborne and marine remote sensing. As a Senior Research Scientist with NORDCO Limited Randy participated in pre-launch applications development in the area of ice and iceberg detection and mapping for RADARSAT-1. As Manager, Remote Sensing and Special Missions for Provincial Airlines Limited, he was responsible for all aspects of air survey business development, including conventional aerial photography and applications development for the Compact Airborne Spectrographic Imager. Randy is a past president of the Canadian Institute of Geomatics, and a Fellow of Geoscientists Canada.


Philip Fahey

Business Development Manager, RPAS Training Instructor

Philip graduated from Guilford Technical Community College in Jamestown, NC with an Associate Degree in Aviation Management and received his Pilots license in 1992 and later achieved his IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) rating. Philip has also worked in software sales and training as well as the financial & automotive sectors since that time. Philip’s knowledge of civil and commercial aviation regulations makes him ideally suited to training UAV pilots on the latest Transport Canada regulations pertaining to UAV’s as well as advanced UAV pilot courses. Philip’s interests include golf, fishing and spending time with his Spouse, four kids and Great Dane.


Chris Nugent

Geomatics Technologist, Safety Manager & Co-Pilot

Chris is an enthusiastic graduate of the Geomatics Engineering Technology program at the College of the North Atlantic. Chris has experience in drafting and GIS applications, his interests include learning about and utilizing cutting edge technologies and their applications in the survey industry, He’s excited to see what the future holds for this ever-evolving industry. Chris spends his leisure time on camping trips with his young family, fishing, and woodworking. 


Andy Fisher

Project Manager, Integration Specialist & Technical Lead

Andy brings over 30 years of technical problem solving experience to his role with RPM Aerial Services.  He has worked in a broad range of industries from oil and gas, to fishing technology and manufacturing.  He is a mechanical engineering faculty member at Memorial University and has had the opportunity to lead hundreds of applied R&D projects in support of industrial partners.  As a strategic thinker who has a passion for product and process development, he ensures that the company takes a holistic view to systems integration.  His extensive experience allows Andy to ensure that the company’s technology road-map is in alignment with the evolving demands of its clients.  


Larry Nolan

Data Management Specialist, Flight Reviewer & Co-Pilot

Larry has over 30 years of GIS and Data Management experience combined with education in cartography, physical geography, and computer science. He has been a leader in a team research environment for more than 30 years with the Geological Survey of Newfoundland and Labrador and Memorial University’s Earth Sciences Department. Organizing projects to collect and manage field data for geological mapping and supervising the design of tools for internet access of the Geological Survey’s Geoscience Atlas. He has organized annual national workshops which have focused on the delivery of Canadian geoscience information, geological data models, national standards for geological map interfaces and integrated management of distributed geological databases. 10 years as chairman of the Newfoundland and Labrador GIS technical committee and 10 years on the National Canadian Geoscience Knowledge Network Secretariat, representing all provinces and territories. Over the last several years his focus has been the introduction of UAV’s into field mapping and data collection activities utilizing fixed wing and multi-rotor aircraft for Coastal Erosion, Mine Management, Quarries, and Geo-Tourism projects. 


Judy Lundrigan

Finance & Administration

Judy is energetic and friendly with an outgoing personality. She has over 15 years' experience in finance & administration and a strong entrepreneurial spirit. Judy has experienced the life of an entrepreneur and is always willing to pull up her bootstraps and get it done!