ParaZero Drone Safety Solutions was founded in 2014 in Be’er Sheva, Israel. The company was founded by a passionate group of avionic professionals, together with veteran drone operators, to solve the industry’s primary challenge – safety.
The emerging world of UAV’s is changing many commercial fields, and the potential of drones is being applied in ways never thought possible. Since UAV’s are increasingly present in various civilian applications, safety has become a serious consideration for users and regulators.
Today, ParaZero designs and manufacture customized safety systems aimed for the professional commercial drone market. Our products are being used by both manufacturers and service providers around the world.
Parazero’s vision is to use the SafeAir drone safety technology to unlock the full potential of the commercial drone industry.
Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of ParaZero, leading the company in becoming the world’s leader for unmanned aerial systems safety solutions.
Mr. Attias was nominated as Israel’s first Ministry of Defense attaché to Ottawa, Canada.
Mr. Attias has a distinguished military resume, having served in Israel’s Air Force as a pilot and as a leader in numerous positions for over 30 years, achieving the rank of Brigadier General. Mr. Attias Holds a BA in Computer Science from Tel Aviv University and MA in Public Administration from the University of Haifa.
CTO & Co-Founder
Co-Founded ParaZero after founding two additional companies.
Mr. Tsaliah has over 8 years of experience in designing innovating technologies, Co-founder of Wisec, a security related company. And Bladeworx, Israel’s largest civil UAV service provider and the first to gain an official approval by the CAAI.
As a student participated in a research issued by the Israeli Ministry of Defense.
Holds a patent in the field of drone safety.
Holds a B.Sc. Material Engineering from Ben Gurion University.
Serves as the Vice President for Research & Development of the company.
Mr. Regev brings with him a vast experience as a project manager and chief engineer of the Hovering Air Vehicle and VTOL program,at IAI (Israel Aerospace Industries), resulting in a wide range of proven systems and head some of the development projects under that program.
Mr. Regev holds a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the BGN University, an M.A. in Economics and Business Management, from the Heriot-Watt University and is working on his PhD, Bar-Ilan University.
CFO & COO
Former CFO of Coca-Cola Israel, CEO and co-founder of startups in the field of medical devices, with a solid background in finance and operations.
Parazero Vice President of Sales. Prior to joining ParaZero, Mr. Aviram led the sales and marketing for Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), one of the world’s largest manufacturers for drones.
Mr. Aviram has over 15 years of experience, and brings a unique set of skills for international sales and marketing. Mr. Aviram is fluent in both English and Spanish; he finalized very large contracts and has led legal and financial negotiations around the globe. During his military service, Mr. Aviram served in Israel’s Air Force as a staff officer.
Mr. Aviram holds a B.A. in Political Science from University of Haifa.
Sharon D. Klein
Parazero Vice President of Human Resource. She served in similar roles in two previous high tech corporations.
Maj. Gen. (ret) James O. Poss
Maj. Gen. James O. Poss (ret) is the CEO of ISR Ideas, an intelligence and
unmanned aerial systems consulting firm. He is the founder and former Executive
Director of the Alliance for System Safety of UAS through Research Excellence
(ASSURE) Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)
Center of Excellence Team. ASSURE is 22 of the top US, Canadian and British UAS
research universities with 100+ corporate members teaming to solve the FAA’s
UAS research issues. He is a 30 year US Air Force veteran with combat experience
in four wars and was the Air Force’s senior career intelligence officer at his
transition from active service in November 2012. He is a leading expert on UAS,
having helped designed the US Air Force’s remote split operations system for UAS
control and the Distributed Common Ground Station for UAS intelligence analysis.
Gen Poss also has extensive experience in cyber operations from his assignments
with the National Security Agency and as the Air Force lead for stand up of US
Cyber Command. General Poss received his commission through the Reserve
Officer Training Corps program at the University of Southern Mississippi. He flew
RC-135 sensitive reconnaissance missions during the Cold War, served in DESERT
STORM with the U.S. VII Corps RC-12 Guardrail Battalion in Saudi Arabia,
commanded an RC-135 squadron during the Kosovo Air War and was Director of
Intelligence for Coalition Air Forces in Southwest Asia at the beginning of
Operation Enduring Freedom. The general commanded the 488th Intelligence
Squadron, Royal Air Force Mildenhall. He also commanded the 609th Air
Intelligence Group at Shaw AFB, SC and 70th Intelligence Wing at Fort George G.
Meade, MD. The general has previously served as the Director of Intelligence at
both Headquarter U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Combat Command. His final
assignment was Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance, and
Reconnaissance, Headquarters US Air Force. His ASSURE UAS team won
competition for the FAA’s unmanned research center against teams that included
MIT, Stanford and Michigan. He is the 2012 winner of Aviation Weeks’ Curtis
Sword Award for his leadership in Anglo-American aerospace relations.
Dr. Alon Dumanis
Managed multi-billion dollar R&D programs, engineering, security, information technology, logistics and Acquisition, Air-Force infrastructure programs and other projects. He was a member of various notable steering committees for the Minister of Defense and the Israel Defense Forces Chief of General Staff, for national level strategy, technological road mapping and information technology.
Dr. Dumanis has received prizes, honors and awards including the Purdue University “Outstanding Aerospace Engineer of 2001 Award” He is a chairperson and member of several national steering committees and is the author of many papers published locally and internationally in a number of domains including Technology and Management.
Dr. Dumanis holds a Doctorate of Philosophy degree in Aerospace Engineering from Purdue University in USA.