Martin Cullen from TE Connectivity shares insights on issue of size, weight and power when building eVTOL aircraft

Our next pod­cast is live! This time, we were joined by Mar­tin Cullen, who is TE Con­nec­tiv­i­ty’s Senior Busi­ness Devel­op­ment Man­ag­er and glob­al eVTOL Lead.

Mar­tin is respon­si­ble for defin­ing TE’s strat­e­gy for the emerg­ing aero­space mar­kets. He works with com­pa­ny engi­neers, prod­uct man­agers and com­mer­cial team on elec­tric and fiber optic sys­tems and com­po­nents to con­tin­ue to grow TE’s capa­bil­i­ties and busi­ness.

In our episode, Mar­tin talks about how TE first got involved in the AAM mar­ket, before we dive into the issue of size, weight and pow­er of future eVTOL air­craft. Mar­tin then reviews TE’s pres­ence at this year’s Paris Air Show, which includ­ed an incred­i­ble addi­tion to its exhi­bi­tion stand that showed just how much val­ue the com­pa­ny can bring to com­pa­nies build­ing the air­craft of tomor­row.

Click on the Play but­ton below to lis­ten to the dis­cus­sion, which is also avail­able on whichev­er pod­cast plat­form you lis­ten to.

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Jason Pritchard

Jason Pritchard is the Editor of eVTOL Insights. He holds a BA from Leicester's De Montfort University and has worked in Journalism and Public Relations for more than a decade. Outside of work, Jason enjoys playing and watching football and golf. He also has a keen interest in Ancient Egypt.

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