Alexander Robinson holds over twenty years of experience across aviation, aerospace, Defence, technology, safety, construction & mining, and travel industries.
Alexander currently leads business development for MicroTau, an Australian advanced manufacturing organisation developing drag-reducing aerodynamic surfaces. Prior to MicroTau, Alexander led the aviation and pilot training business development for Seeing Machines - delivering world-first pilot and operator monitoring training and safety solutions. Alexander also trained as a military pilot, has worked in business development for several years at Caterpillar, and co-founded an aviation technology company - Airly
Alexander serves as Non-Executive Director and Deputy Chairperson on the Board of Australia's largest Defence industry association, the Australian Industry and Defence Network (AIDN), and writes regularly for various aerospace industry publications.
Alexander maintains a current Pilot Licence, and was awarded an Executive MBA, Bachelor of Business, and Diploma of Government.
Knabl-Schmitz, P., Cameron, M., Wilson, K., Mulhall, M., Da Cruz, J., Robinson, A., & Dahlstrom, N. (2023). Eye-tracking: From concept to operational training tool. Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors, 13(1), 47–57.