Taze Lamb is a manager in the Facilities and Plant Engineering department at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics. Taze is responsible for the research, development, and deployment of new predictive technologies to automate, digitize, and manage facilities maintenance operations. As the SME for sUAS operations, Taze is currently leading the efforts to stand up the company’s sUAS (drone) aerial mapping and inspection program, inclusive of platform testing, pilot training and development of the program PMO. Always driving to optimize processes and operations, Taze has authored the Lockheed Martin sUAS operations manual, ensuring standardized operations and safety throughout the organization. He enjoys innovation and has successfully pioneered new or improved processes while working with leading corporations in business sectors as diverse as Aerospace and Defense, Manufacturing and Technology, Energy, and Commercial Building Construction. Taze is a registered Professional Engineer, certified Project Management Professional, Six Sigma Black Belt, Part 107 pilot and Level I Thermographer. In his spare time he also designs, builds and flies remotely piloted aircraft and drones, teaches aerospace engineering at a local high school, and is an avid motorcyclist.
September 6-8, 2022 • Caesars Forum • Las Vegas