Our Vision

We want to use unmanned aviation to make our world a better place.

Every day, thousands of miles are flown to conduct work which ranges from transporting time-critical goods, surveying pipelines, and monitoring waterways through to inspecting crops, tracking livestock and recording environmental data.

But aviation today has a problem. It takes a huge amount of fuel to fly a person safely, which is expensive, damaging to the environment, and ultimately unsustainable. And yet demand for services continues to grow.

At Flylogix, we are bringing together artificial intelligence, satellite communication and low-cost electronics to develop a new generation of smaller, more efficient, unmanned aircraft.  We use these to transform remote operations, dramatically reducing carbon emissions, improving safety and providing new cost-effective solutions.

We are the future of aviation services.


Our Values

Our values drive everything we do and how we do everything.


We make bold leaps and work relentlessly to realise them.


We are diverse in our opinions and united in our decisions.


We fail, learn and succeed together.

Our Team

Unmanned aviation is disrupting the industry

Rapid developments in computing, communications, electronics and regulation are reshaping the aerospace business. To meet these challenges, we have brought together the brightest team of engineers, scientists and operators. Our experiences span oil, gas, wind energy, search & rescue, formula one, retail, and aerospace. Our backgrounds span diverse organisations like Cable and Wireless, Vestas, McLaren, Red Bull and RNLI. Together we are passionate about using unmanned aircraft to build a better world



Charles Tavner is the Chief Executive Officer at Flylogix. He is responsible for the strategic direction of the business. Charles was previously COO of the composite subsea pipe business, Magma Global, and has been a non-executive of a series of successful startups in the energy sector. Prior to that he led energy investments for IP Group plc and ran the medical device business at Cambridge Consultants. Charles has a Masters degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Cambridge.

Charles began his entrepreneurial career in aviation when he negotiated the sale of an English Electric Lightning from his bedroom age 14.



As Operations Director Ed Clay is responsible for our flying programme and works closely with our customers’ operational teams and the Civil Aviation Authority.

Ed started his career in strategy consulting, completing a diverse range of projects in industries from government to automotive and energy. He then got the start-up bug and was Operations Director at award-winning AI and virtual reality company Metail, driven by its focus on creating smarter, more sustainable ways to shop for clothes online.

Outside work Ed is a keen sailor who particularly enjoys exploring more remote places. He has taken his boat from the heat of Gambia to the ice of Greenland – though now with two young children he doesn’t get much further than the nearest beach.


As the Commercial Director, Chris leads on all business development and commercial aspects of Flylogix.  His focus is sharply tuned to understanding customer problems and ensuring that Flylogix makes a lasting impact.

His experience includes 8 years for the UK Search and Rescue charity the Royal National Lifeboat Institution where he held roles in operations, safety and strategy.  He delivered the charity’s first Lifesaving Strategy combining both rescue and prevention activities for both domestic and international lifesaving.

He holds an MBA and qualifications in project management and quality assurance.  In his spare time enjoys sailing, running and doing a poor job of restoring old Land Rovers.



As the Technical Director Robert Bowyer is responsible for ensuring that the engineering design and solutions are able to deliver low-cost unmanned air services that are able to operate globally.

Robert has a DPhil in Control Engineering and over 20 years of experience in R&D and Product Development in a number of industries including Consultancy (CCL), Automotive (Red Bull F1, McLaren) and Energy (Vestas) with granted patents in each field.

He enjoys a challenge and the outdoors including sailing on the Broads, running and tennis.  He is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the IET.



Mike worked for Cable & Wireless as their Principal Engineer in their international transmission division for over 25 years specializing in both radio and optical transmission systems before starting up his own UAS business in 2004. Mike then worked on various government projects culminating in design, development and delivery of the LCAT / Andarta aerial target system for QinetiQ.  In 2017 Mike moved to Flylogix as its Chief Technical Officer.

Mike is a GA pilot (single engine, microlights and gliders) and flies model aircraft as a hobby.


Laura has responsibility for company secretarial, legal, compliance and regulatory matters across the business.
Laura is a qualified lawyer. Prior to joining Flylogix, she specialised in litigation working at Walker Morris and Hogan Lovells.
Laura enjoys open water swimming, particularly in the winter.

Work with us

The Flylogix team is made up of talented engineers, technologists and operational experts.

We’re always on the look out for bright people with aerospace or oil and gas industry experience and a drive for excellent customer service.

If you are interested in working at Flylogix, please contact us below or send your CV, in confidence, to: jobs@flylogix.com

Work with us

View a list of currently available roles at Flylogix.