Chris Healy - Owner/Operator, Safety, Leadership, PIC

Chris is a technology veteran, with over 20 years' experience with business technology and process design projects. His passion for RPAS/UAS is unmatched in the industry, and he is the leader behind the recent BVLOS projects.

Chris sits as the only Canadian member of GUTMA, as well as a member of the core National Working Group for RTM/UTM systems roadmap.

Chris also is a contributing member to the Alberta Government RPAS Governance Committee and is actively involved in bringing leading edge RPAS technology to bear for Fire and Search and Rescue First Responders



Three (3) World Records for BVLOS:

  • ​World's Longest cumulative beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) battery-powered UAV flight - 2723.04 km / 1692.01 mi.
  • World's Longest cumulative urban flight for a beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) civilian UAV (small class up to 25kg) - 414 km / 257.25 mi.
  • ​World's Longest single urban BVLOS flight - 40 km / 24.9 mi.

Set during Canada's largest-ever BVLOS project, in Alberta Canada

Technology Leadership


Our Core Aviation Team


Geographic Information Systems / Data Analysis

Business Development

Tanner McEwan - PIC, Lead Spotter, Safety 

Tanner has a deep rooted passion for RPAS operations and flight. His deep mechanical background has been a welcome asset to the team. Tanner began in RPAS as a hobbyist but was quickly converted to the commercial world. Tanner is excited with the prospect of using RPAS in high-value use-cases; and has proven to be a trend setter within the industry. The quality work he performs progresses the industry forward, as Tanner was one of the first PIC in the world to pilot an RPAS in an major urban metropolitan area, earning him a world record.

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Our Support Team

Lyn Michaud - PIC, Chief Flight Instructor / Examiner, Safety, Special Projects

Lyn has over 25 years of experience as an IT professional managing large projects as well as leading groups of senior technologists.

As a current and active Fixed Wing and RPAS pilot he continues to expand on 30 years in the aviation industry. RPAS/UAV technology and operations continues to be a delightful outlet for creativity in field which will soon overtake manned flight in many areas.

Lyn values passing along hard won expertise as a Lead Instructor at Bow Valley College teaching UAS ground and flight school courses to prospective new pilots

Lyns extensive background in Search and Rescue as a Senior Search Manager employing the rapidly changing technologies now available such as GIS mapping and GPS has been a bridge to the aviation community and RPAS use in Emergency Management.

As a member of the IN-FLIGHT Data team as PIC, Instructor, Technologist, and Project Lead, Lyn helps ensure quality delivery of solutions to our stakeholders. 

Greg Ursel - Air Operations, Special Projects 

Greg is a former fixed wing and helicopter pilot who has spent the last 25 years managing large programs in the oil & gas, health care and public safety sectors.

Greg has received several national awards for introducing new GPS and geospatial technologies in Search and Rescue and has spoken at a number of Search and Rescue conferences including on in Iceland.

Greg will be utilizing his expertise and experience in building and managing large complex programs to work with stakeholders to ensure IN-FLIGHT Data delivers the services needed to meet their needs.


Murray Hurlbut - Ground Supervisor, Safety, Coach

Murray has over 35 years of field supervisory and management experience in the upstream Oil and Gas industry, responsible for efficient and safe operations. Murray has extensive safety training and fully understands and appreciates that worker and public safety is key to successful operations.

Murray has been in his role since the inception of IN-FLIGHT Data, and finds the career change enjoyable, “Learning new skills, I can see applications from my former career which could benefit from this new technology. Emergency response systems could use this technology to provide faster and much more cost effective surveillance. The range of uses can extend to many industries and this keeps the business both challenging and refreshing.”df