Infinity Avionics Pty. Ltd. is an Australian space avionics design and manufacturing company founded in 2020 as a UNSW Canberra Space spin-off. The company was founded to commercialise various intellectual property developed over the years at UNSW Canberra Space. Our reconfigurable FPGA SoC based flight computers are unique in the nano-satellite market in terms of their customisability and form factor. We believe in delivering the best value to our customers through high-quality standards.
Chairman of the Board
Professor Russell Boyce holds the position of Chair for Intelligent Space Systems and Director of UNSW Canberra Space – Australia’s largest and leading space mission, research and education team. He has built and led teams pursuing game changing technologies across a three-decade career, firstly in hypersonics and scramjets, and now in the development of artificial-intelligence-enabled space systems. He played a significant role in the establishment of the Australian Space Agency, and is Australia’s third Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. As a graduate of INSEAD’s flagship Advanced Management Program and of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, he is passionate about the art of strategic yet personal leadership in an increasingly complex world.
Founder and CEO
Igor has over 10 years experience as an electronics design engineer, and has spent most of his career in the Aerospace industry. He has worked on hypersonic sounding rocket payloads as well as hardware development and mission planning for nano-satellite class spacecraft. Thanks to experience in these high risk fields, he understands the value of reliability, robust design practices and thorough testing. Igor is passionate about electronics product development and firmly believes in the value of quality.
Founder and COO
Damith has extensive experience in designing reliable electronic subsystems for nano-satellite missions. Before his involvement with nano-satellite and navigation industries, he received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of New South Wales, Australia. During his PhD, Damith developed efficient power electronic converters and control systems for battery and supercapacitor-based energy storage systems. Damith is passionate about design and development of reliable and efficient electronic subsystems for space applications.
Andrin brings over 10 years experience from Australia’s aviation and aerospace industry, having supported major defence projects from the manufacture of composite components for the JSF F35 to Through Life Support for the KC-30A MRTTs. Despite these rigid industries, Andrin’s demonstrated resilience and delivered success in several start-up environments involving proof of concept experimental aircraft to cubesat spacecraft – a testament of his broad skillsets across leadership, project management and systems engineering. Andrin continues to motivate people around him to achieve his passion of delivering excellence to Australia’s aerospace industry.