Chief Scientific and Technical Advisor for Advanced Control Systems
Mr. Tony Lambregts has over 30 years of experience, mainly with the Boeing Company, where he worked on a wide variety of production and research projects in both the commercial and the military divisions of the company. Immediately before joining the FAA in 1996, he worked for a year with Fokker Aircraft on fly-by-wire design and taught at the Delft University of Technology.
Mr. Lambregts took part in various automatic flight control certification efforts, including the B747, the B747SP, the B737-300, and the B757/767 designs. He has managed development of integrated flight control systems for the NASA TCV B737, the Condor, and the HSCT flight controls system development programs, as well as Enhanced Vision/Situation Awareness and Fly-by-Light programs.
Mr. Lambregts is recognized internationally as an expert in advanced control systems. Mr. Lambregts has received five Boeing Inventor Awards and three NASA awards. He has contributed seventeen patents in control in turbulence and windshear, automatic landing, integration of multi axes/multi mode control and advanced fly-by-wire controls/displays. Also, he has published several authoritative papers on advanced design and safety of automatic flight control systems.
Member, professional organization: Mr. Lambregts is a member of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).
Academic achievements: BS and MS in Aeronautical Engineering from Delft University, Netherlands
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