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About Impossible Aerospace

Impossible Aerospace builds high performance electric aircraft that save lives. Founded in 2016 by former Tesla engineer Spencer Gore, the company unveiled its US-1 aircraft in 2018, unique for its long endurance and US origin. The company is backed by Bessemer Venture Partners, Eclipse Venture, and Airbus Ventures.

Our Mission

We are committed to serving the needs of government agencies, first responders, private security providers, and those working to keep our critical infrastructure working at full potential.

Our team consists of experts in aviation, engineering, advanced imaging and law enforcement and come from some of the most progressive companies in the US including SpaceX, Tesla, NASA, FLIR Systems and Icon Aircraft.

Impossible Aerospace Leadership Team

Spencer

Spencer Gore  - CEO and Founder

NASA Astrophysics Directorate, SpaceX Falcon 9 and Heavy Dragon avionics, Tesla battery designer, Forbes 30 Under 30, Inventor of the key battery technology in the US-1.

Eric

Eric Davidson - COO

25 years of experience engineering and business management in aviation and advanced electro optical systems, including FLIR, Applied Materials and Lexavia Integrated Systems.

Josh

Josh Jetter - Director of Engineering

Avionics engineer for Starlink satellites at SpaceX, responsible for launch day operations of satellites. Avionics engineering with Sandia National Labs and software engineering at Boeing Commercial aircraft.

Paris

Paris Burton - Director of Manufacturing

Over 20 years of experience in production and plant management in complex vehicle systems manufacturing including Tesla, Navistar, ZF and Faurecia.

Sahil

Sahil Bhojwani - Director of Business Development

Sahil is a Part 107 Certified UAV expert with experience from DSLRPros & US Nuclear Corporation as a Senior UAV pilot and specializing in both Enterprise & Commercial UAV solutions. Based in our California office, he provides support for all first responder and industrial users.

Impossible Aerospace Headquarters

Our headquarters located in Santa Clara California, with over 22,000 square feet available for engineering, manufacturing and support.

2222 Ronald Street, Santa Clara, CA  95050