About Us

WE WILL TAKE YOU PLACES YOU HAVE NEVER BEEN.

Understanding the limitations, strengths and gaps in your business is the first step towards developing innovative solutions that maintain or increase your competitive edge.

WE WILL SHOW YOU THINGS YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN

Once you understand your limitations, strengths and gaps, Sandhills Robotics can develop a customized solution to meet your needs. Whether its aerial data analytics, training or consultation, we can find a solution that is right for your needs.

MEET THE TEAM TO TAKE YOU THERE

Sandhills Robotics is unmatched in professionalism, experience & expertise.

Mandee Mintz

Instructional Designer - Continuous Process Improvement Professional

Founding Member of Sandhills Robotics, Mandee brings over 17 years experience from within the military industry, project management, continuous process improvement and instructional design. She believe in providing her customers with efficient, value-added business intelligence and process solutions. 

Woodus Mintz

UAS Robotic Systems Engineer - Industrial Automation Expert-Environmental Scientist

Woodus is an industrial automation expert with more than 15 years experience in installing, troubleshooting, and repairing industrial grade robotics. This experience has given him an insight into what it takes to develop quality UAS system solutions for business' that perform repeatably and reliably throughout their life-cycle.

Skyler Edenhart-Pepe

Part 61 & 107 Pilot - Mechanical & Aerospace Engineer-GIS Analyst

Skyler is a graduate research assistant, and Master’s student in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at North Carolina State University.   He studies command architecture for autonomous unmanned aerial systems and optical engineering as it pertains to airborne remote sensing applications. 

Corbin Kling

GIS Scientist/Data Analyst - PhD Student Planetary Geology-Part 107 Pilot

Corbin Kling works as a GIS Scientist & Data Analyst for Sandhills Robotics. He is also a Ph.D. student at NC State in Raleigh, NC where he studies comparative planetology of the rocky planets in the solar system. Specifically, he analyzes volcanic and tectonic features found on Earth to better describe the features we see on Mars.