Aviators Innovating for Aviators
ALEX ROLINSKICo-Founder | Chief Operations Officer
Alex Rolinski received his Bachelors of Science in Professional Aeronautics from Embry-Riddle University in 2008 and his MBA in 2013. Alex has served as a CH-47 flight engineer in the US Army while having been deployed to both Afghanistan and Iraq. Alex currently owns and operates Aero Adventure which produces Amphibious Light Sport aircraft. Alex is a second-generation pilot, ever since being a baby and Flying around in his father’s plane Alex has had a passion for flight. As the CEO of Straight and Level Technologies Alex is able to bring his management experience and love for aviation together. WingBug is the first step towards redefining innovation within aviation.
BRANDON MARSELLCo-Founder | Chief Technology Officer
Brandon Marsell received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Stetson University in 2007 and his Master’s of Science in Aerospace Engineering from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in 2009. He currently works at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida as a fluid dynamics engineer. As a Physicist and Engineer, Brandon has always had a passion for aviation and is an avid electronics hobbyist. These passions enabled the creation of WingBug. As the Chief Technical Officer, Brandon has been the technical authority throughout all of WingBug’s product development.
BRYAN TITTLEVP | Business Development
At 9 years old, Bryan took his first flight ever. He was lucky enough to have that experience in an Aero Commander and aviation has been part of his life since. Joining the Civil Air Patrol as a Cadet at age 13, he not only engaged in his love of all things aviation and aerospace, but also began what would become a lifelong career in public safety. He served in the U.S. Air Force as a Law Enforcement/K-9 Specialist and in his spare time took flying lessons at his base in Honolulu, HI. After leaving the USAF, Bryan continued in public safety as an EMT, Paramedic, Firefighter, and 35 year Law Enforcement Officer, during that time he received a degree in Business/Marketing from Columbia College. During his stint he continued to fly privately when he could (even with some time at the controls of a blimp over Walt Disney World) and as a Tactical Flight Officer for his Sheriff’s Office. Before retiring in 2015 and continuing after, Bryan was an International Public Safety Sales Consultant for a major specialty vehicle manufacturer, with government and private industry clients world-wide. Needing to get out of an office and pursue his love of aviation, in 2018 he teamed up with Straight & Level Technologies as the Vice President of Business Development to bring the WingBug and other aviation related technology to market.
WingBug is a product of
U.S. Patent #9,834,316
A US Veteran Owned Company