The son of the owner of an avionics shop, where he worked before heading off to the University of Utah, Hayden began his career working in various high-tech and web outfits in San Francisco. However, he missed being a part of the aviation world and landed a marketing position with newly formed Aspen Avionics to help establish its brand recognition and product strategy. A private pilot, he also became interested in remote control aircraft, built his own multicopter and marveled at ...


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