Attila Bustya is a mechanical engineer from Miercurea Ciuc, Romania, who graduated in economics and mechanical engineering. His professional experience includes working for Foris Engineering, Exact Roofing in the USA, the European Patent Office. He funded the ColibriLabs, which won several startup competitions. From 2015, he worked at Spider Drone Security, where he achieved a Guinness World Record in drone flying. In 2019, he joined the Siemens Energy team, where he coordinated several large-scale and challenging projects, such as the gas turbine retrofit of Volkswagen’s Wolfsburg plant, a project worth more than €40 million. In addition, he took on the challenge of being responsible for the electrical commissioning of the Krško nuclear power plant’s fast-response backup power plant.
Throughout his career, he has presented at several conferences on artificial intelligence and precision agriculture, including the “”War of the Drones”” conference in Vienna, the Mobile IT Conference and the Mobile Marketing Innovation Day. Besides his work, he is interested in motor sports, hiking, fishing, programming and cyber security.
He is currently studying computer networking, cloud computing, cybersecurity, and Linux operating system programming, all of which he has internationally recognized certifications in.