• Robotics and engineering interns

    Sneha Nayak

    Autonomous Systems Engineering Intern

    Sneha is a Robotics Masters student at the University of Maryland, expected to graduate in December 2020. She works as an Autonomous Systems Engineering Intern at Airgility, where she works on UI Development as well as Computer Vision and Control Algorithms. Her interests lie in Machine Learning, HCI, Computer Vision, Autonomous Systems and Application Development. She has acquired an undergraduate B.E. degree in Computer Science from PES University, Bangalore, India. She's had 3 years of prior work experience as a Software Engineer and Mobile Application Developer where she primarily dealt with building mobile applications in Android and Swift as well as Web Applications.

    Dhilan Shah

    Engineering Intern

    Dhilan is a sophomore at University of Maryland, College Park, studying Computer Engineering. Dhilan is working on electronics, CAD, assembly, and additive manufacturing, and is especially interested in the applications of UAVs within the Internet of Things. Outside of Airgility, he enjoys working on his car and biking.

    Austin Moore

    Engineering Intern

    Austin is a rising sophomore studying aerospace engineering at Virginia tech. As an intern with Airgility, he is learning and getting experience across the entire process of drone production from design to flight testing. He is getting experience with Cad, manufacturing, and printing. At Airgility, he helps the team to do tasks in a timely manner to help reach deadlines on time. Currently, he helps with the production and manufacturing of the DS-1 and other projects. He enjoys activities such as scuba diving, snowboarding, making music, and skydiving.

    Sukoon Sarin

    Robotics Intern

    Sukoon is a first year graduate student in Robotics at the University of Maryland, A. James Clark School of Engineering. He is working towards embedded systems and sensor integration with unmanned robotics systems such as drones. He is interested in software and hardware development for Robotic systems, computer vision, electronics, and embedded systems.

    Mateo Reveiz

    Software Engineer

    Mateo is a Bioengineering and Computer Science double major at the University of Maryland. He is very interested in complex systems and multidisciplinary research and hopes to follow that path in the future. His job involves collecting and analyzing data in order to optimize the propulsion system of the vehicle. He is currently working on the autonomous flight package and mission planner that are part of the ground control station.

    Zach Chase

    Mechanical Engineering Intern

    Zach is an undergrad mechanical engineering student in the University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering with an expected graduation date of December 2021. He enjoys working with his hands and is especially interested in product development. He will be providing support in the areas of CAD, 3D printing, and assembly. Outside of school and work, he enjoys staying active by working out, playing team sports, and skiing.

    Jack Mirenzi

    Mechanical Engineering Intern

    Jack is an undergraduate student of mechanical engineering in the University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering. He wants to go into the field of Robotics and Autonomous Systems and is gaining real industry experience through his Co-Op with Airgility. His roles include CAD work, 3D printing, and product ideation. Outside of school and work, Jack has fun camping and hiking throughout the East Coast.

    Sapna Bagalkotkar

    Computer Science Intern

    Sapna is a junior at the University of Maryland. She is majoring in computer science and is a part of the QUEST program through the Robert H. Smith School of Business. She is passionate about using software to create interesting products, and the fast-paced change that comes along with working for a startup. Her interests lie in computer vision, artificial intelligence, and frontend development. Her job includes working on the user interface for drones on mobile devices.

    Shobhanna Sunder

    Mechanical Engineering Intern

    Shobhanna is a graduate from Georgia Institute of technology with a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Her professional passions lie in the aerospace industry and the development of innovative technologies. She enjoys swimming and water polo and is interested in painting and photography. As a virtual Mechanical Engineering Intern at Airgility, she works on linking our engineering and business divisions through the gathering and consolidation of project related information.

    Dustin Hartnett

    Mechanical Engineering Intern


    Dustin is a senior Mechanical Engineering student at the University of Maryland graduating this upcoming spring. As a mechanical engineering intern for Airgility, he currently works on CAD design, manufacturing, and assists in the 3D printing of our autonomous drones. He loves the design aspect of mechanical engineering and how it can be utilized to print and manufacture robotics capable of flight. Outside of Airgility, he is part of the UMDLoop team working to develop Hyperloop pods and a tunnel boring system. He also enjoys playing sports and spending time outside!

  • Business Development Interns

    Jacob Holland

    Marketing and Operations Intern

    Jacob is a Marketing undergraduate student attending the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. He is an avid student of marketing, filmmaking, animation, graphic design, and entrepreneurship and it is his goal to help organizations through the sharing of stories. His job involves organizing, managing, and creating content used for marketing campaigns, social media accounts, and website related activities. Additionally, he helps manage the materials produced and used in crowdfunding efforts.

    Josh Quiat

    Sales Intern

    Josh is a Smith Fellow and a rising Junior attending the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. He is a Finance major with a Business Analytics minor and has an interest in growing his entrepreneurial skill set. His job involves developing the sales team and improving upon the brand of Airgility through sales activities.

    Lourdes Rivery

    Business Associate

    Lourdes is a Smith Fellow and MBA graduate student attending the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. After a couple of years in San Francisco, which included working with various startups, she decided to go back to school and focus on her two passions of finance and entrepreneurship. She aims to help the company successfully grow and scale.