Dion Bozec, P.Eng
Dion is a commercial pilot and Aerospace Engineer with more than 20 years’ of professional experience in the Aerospace, Aviation and Software industries as both an engineer and a pilot.
Prior to founding Scaled Analytics in 2014, Dion managed CAE Flightscape’s Services and Delivery team. In this role he was responsible for the implementation and delivery of CAE Flightscape’s Insight suite of flight data analysis software as well as their Flight Data Monitoring/FOQA service.
Dion was instrumental in establishing the joint IATA/Flightscape Flight Data Monitoring service in 2005. In 2008, he used that experience to establish a Flight Test Data Analysis team at Diamond Aircraft.
After successfully establishing the team at Diamond Aircraft, Dion was once again recruited back to CAE Flightscape to revitalize the Flight Data Monitoring program and improve the efficiency of the Insight software system delivery.
Frustrated by the stagnation he observed in flight data analysis software technology, he founded Scaled Analytics in order to provide modern, leading edge flight data analysis solutions at costs lower than what was possible with legacy technology.
Dion is truly passionate about aviation. He continued to serve as a flight instructor while being fully employed as an Aerospace Engineer. His flight experience includes float/bush type operations, charter operations and both flight and ground instruction for private, commercial and instrument flight rules (IFR/MIFR) training programs.
Dion’s unique combined experiences as a Pilot, Aerospace Engineer and Software Analyst are put to work by Scaled Analytics’ customers to ensure their expectations are exceeded in everything we do.
Nick Gallant, BCS
Vice President, Engineering
As Vice President of Engineering, Nick oversees the development of all products and services at Scaled Analytics, from mobile and web, to cloud and desktop applications.
Nick has been developing class leading software in the aerospace and defence industries for over 15 years. Most recently he was responsible for managing the software development team at CAE’s Ottawa office, including developing products for flight simulator training Brief-Debrief System (BDS) and Simulator Operations Quality Assurance (SOQA).
Prior to joining CAE, Nick spent several years at General Dynamics Canada and Flightscape where he took on ever increasing roles and responsibilities to develop the RAPS and Insight suite of applications for aviation accident investigation and prevention.
Nick holds a Bachelor of Computer Science degree from Acadia University.
Flight Data Services Manager
Lisa joined Scaled Analytics in the fall of 2016 as Flight Data Services Manager. Lisa brings with her more than 20 years’ of experience in Flight Data Analysis, servicing a wide range of aircraft including the Aerospatiale/BAC Concorde.
Lisa’s experience includes more than 15 years with British Airways where she progressed from a Flight Data Analyst role to that of Flight Data Coordinator where she took on leadership responsibilities, supervising other analysts in the Flight Data Department. She was responsible for all data analysis activities related to the entire fleet of British Airways aircraft.
Immediately prior to joining Scaled Analytics, Lisa was a Senior Flight Data Analyst with CAE Flightscape where she was responsible for analyzing data from a wide range of aircraft including helicopters, business jets and airliners.
Lisa brings her vast experience and commitment to the highest standards to ensure Scaled Analytics’ continued growth as a world class flight data services company.
Sky Analyst FDM
Sky Analyst FDM is a modern, cloud-based Flight Data Monitoring (FDM) service for event detection, reporting, and detailed analysis.
Sky Analyst AOG
Sky Analyst AOG, an exciting new data analysis service that allows aircraft operators to use their flight data to return their aircraft to service much more quickly than has been possible in the past.
Sky Analyst FDR
Scaled Analytics can simplify the process for completing your annual Flight Data Recorder (FDR) readout serviceability checks, normally required every 12 months or 3000 flight hours.