Our History

MAVTech s.r.l. was founded as a spin-off company of Politecnico di Torino (2005-2014) and it is currently located in Bozen as a Technology Company of NOI Techpark Südtirol/Alto Adige.

The potential of MAVTech s.r.l. is the production of technical solutions with competitive performances and costs (including customer support and training of end users) deriving from the development of knowledge-based projects. MAVTech s.r.l. is a company with a primary interest in the development of innovative solutions for aerial surveillance and tactical operation support for civil applications, such as aerial photogrammetry and precision farming, transferring new aerospace technologies from research to the operational domain. All our products are entirely designed in South Tyrol and made in Italy.


Fulvia Quagliotti 

President, CEO and Co-founder

Confirmed Associate Professor of Flight Mechanics at the Politecnico di Torino until the academic year 2015-2016 (retired on 1 November 2016). She continues to teach as an external collaborator, also at the Politecnico di Torino.

Field of research: Flight Mechanics, Experimental Aerodynamics, Flight Simulation. Currently working on projects mainly on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), in particular Micro/Mini-UAV (holder of a patent for a fixed-wing micro-aircraft).

Author and reviewer of numerous articles in international journals.

Responsible for numerous research projects, EU contracts, ASI, FIAT, Leonardo, Thales Alenia Space Italia, Regione Piemonte, NATO AGARD, NATO RTO and NATO STO research projects.

Giorgio Guglieri


Full Professor of Flight Mechanics (Politecnico di Torino).

Field of research activity: flight mechanics of fixed-wing and rotary-wing vehicles, flight control system design, experimental and applied aerodynamics, HMI design, UAV design, development and testing, collision avoidance and optimisation of flight path planning, optimal control design based on meta-heuristic algorithms, simulation of aerospace vehicle re-entry dynamics, orbital rendezvous and docking manoeuvres, including GNC modelling.

Author and reviewer of numerous international journal articles.

Gianluca Ristorto

Technical Activities Manager and Industrial Researcher

Master degree in Aerospace Engineering at Politecnico di Torino.

Main activities: development and testing of UAVs in fixed wing and multirotor configurations (including risk analysis for drones operations, design of UAVs in tilt-rotor configuration, design, integration and programming of autopilots), data processing of UAV photogrammetric, multispectral and LiDAR surveys, development of specific algorithms for the analysis of remote sensing data with drones, elaboration of vehicles manuals.

He has been Research Fellow at the Politecnico di Torino (SMAT-F2 Project) and at the Free University of Bolzano (SMILE Project, MONALISA Project).

Author of articles and memoirs for academic conferences and international journals.

Fabio Benedetto

Project Engineer, UAS Designer and Pilot

Master's degree in Aerospace Engineering from Politecnico di Torino.

Main activities: design (CAD drawing), construction, development and testing of UAVs in fixed wing and multirotor configuration (design, integration and programming of autopilots, mission analysis), data processing of photogrammetric vehicle surveys, design of mechanical parts and flight controls for flight simulators, 3D printing and CNC machining of components.

Holding a EASA A1-A2-A3 Pilot Certificate.

Our Activities

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