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Misty Marot - SCB Magazine's "Women in Business"

Posted by Novel Engineering on March 3, 2016

Source: Spacecoast Business Magazine - Marissa Pietrobono | MELBOURNE, FL

MISTY MAROT'S SKILLS in leadership and extensive experience in behavior analysis, combined with her husband's experience in the engineering industry led her to start her company Novel Engineering, where she serves as the company's CEO, owner, co-founder and chairwoman.

A graduate of Florida Institute of Technology, she spent most of her postgraduate career in applied behavior analysis customizing various environments to maximize motivation and learning among individuals and groups. Marot is passionate about applying the research of Behavior Analysis to her organization, called performance management (a subset of organizational behavior management).

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Christopher Marot - A Face of Technology and Corridor Pioneer

Posted by Novel Engineering on February 19, 2016

Source: Florida High Tech Corridor 2016 Guide - Lauren Hall | HEATHROW, FL

Within its first two weeks, any remote-controlled or electronic toy Christopher Marot received would be completely disassembled and put back together with a new functionality.

“I often still joke that I don’t know what I want to do when I grow up,” said Marot, president and COO of Novel Engineering, located in Satellite Beach. “But in hindsight, engineering is absolutely the right path for me.”

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DOT Report Slams FAA's Slow Progress on UAS Integration

Posted by Novel Engineering on July 9, 2014

Source: - Beth Stevenson | LONDON

The US Department of Transport has issued a scathing report on the Federal Aviation Administration’s efforts to integrate unmanned air systems into the national airspace (NAS), claiming the administration is behind on a number of targets that determine if it will meet its 2015 integration deadline.

An Office of Inspector General audit report claims the FAA is behind on a number of objectives, and there remains a lack of technology standards for UAS to be able to sense and avoid obstacles. Other issues are a lack of certification and air traffic management procedures, or sufficient training for these.

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NTSB Calls For Special Review Of Boeing 777 Speed Control

Posted by Novel Engineering on June 24, 2014

Source: - John Croft | AWIN First

The NTSB is recommending that the FAA convene a special certification design review to investigate how Boeing controls airspeed in the Boeing 777’s automatic flight control system.

The call for a special review, an option the FAA rarely uses, is one of 27 recommendations the Board voted to accept today as part of the final hearing on July 6, 2013, crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 in San Francisco.

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FAA Clears Nevada for Drone Test-Site Flight

Posted by Novel Engineering on June 9, 2014

Source: The Washington Times - Author: Martin Griffith

RENO, Nev. (AP) - The Federal Aviation Administration has cleared Nevada to begin flying drones under a federal research program into unmanned aerial systems.

FAA officials announced Monday that the state was granted a two-year certificate of authorization to use an Insitu ScanEagle at a southern Nevada airport.

Plans call for the first flight to take place this summer at the U.S. Department of Energy-owned Desert Rock Airport in Mercury, which is 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas.

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