Titletown Drones LLC was founded in 2015 by Bill Bongle, a retired police captain and 30-year veteran of the Green Bay Police Department. Bill’s unique blend of training in Information Technology and interest in aviation drew him to the world of drones. He has 20 years of experience building and flying experimental aircraft. He has been an innovator of drone technology, constructing and flying autonomous remote aircraft before consumer drones were available to the general public.
As founder of Titletown Drones LLC, he provides flight training, aerial photography and consulting services for drone owners. He has assisted hundreds of police and fire department in establishing there drone programs. For two years Bill operated the only drone repair center in the state of Wisconsin. The experience gained in diagnosing problems and repairing drones has provided him invaluable insight into how these complex devices function. Bill has also conducted extensive research which includes: applications for public safety, the legal issues surrounding the use of drones, investigating drone related incidents and collecting forensic evidence from drones. He has worked closely with the FAA and legal analysts to develop training programs geared for commercial operators, municipal governments and public safety agencies.
In 2013 Bill founded the Green Bay Area Drone User Group, which has grown to over 400 members. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Concordia University and was certified as a computer forensic examiner by IACIS. He holds a Remote Pilot Certification from the FAA. Bill has been a public safety trainer for the last 20 years and a sought-after presenter at conferences throughout the U.S. and the U.K.
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