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Jani Hirvinen was born on 25 November, 1969 in Helsinki, Finland, is a CEO, jnMechanics, TH, Sky Kingdom Technology, HK. Discover Jani Hirvinen's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 51 years old?

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Occupation CEO, jnMechanics, TH, Sky Kingdom Technology, HK
Age 52 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 25 November 1969
Birthday 25 November
Birthplace Helsinki, Finland
Nationality Finnish

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The Langfang International UAV Development Forum 2019 was held on 18–21 May. Its main theme was "New Industry, New Market, New Kinetic Energy", consisting of a forum and an exhibition. The event was hosted by Shenzhen UAV Industry Association and Langfang International Exhibition Group Co., Ltd at the Arcadia International Hotel.

The Third Drone World Congress 2019 was held 20–22 June at te Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center. It was  hosted by the China Information Technology Industry Federation, People's Government of Nanshan District, Government Procurement Center, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Research Center of UAV Application and Control, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenzhen Municipality and Shenzhen UAV Industry Association.

Organized on 23 June 2019, the first China (Huizhou) International UAV Application Development Forum was held in Huizhou, focusing on the theme “Determining Vision and Technology to Create the Future.”

The first international high-altitude drone culture forum of Guoluo (Golog) was held on 5 August 2019. There organizers of this unique conference and forum were the Party Golog Prefecture Committee, and the Qinghai Province Sports Bureau.

The 2019 International Drone Development Summit, one of the special events of the 2019 World Internet of Things Expo, was held in China's Wuxi on 6 September 2019. Hirvinen was one of the foreign UV experts that were invited to the event.


The 3rd Annual UAV Conference was held on 6 January 2018, at Shenzhen Langham Hotel. The hosts were Shenzhen UAV Industry Association, China UAV Industry Alliance, China UAV Racing Alliance, and Shenzhen Rainbow Eagle UAV Research Institute.

The 2nd Drone World Congress was held 22–24 June 2018, at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center. Among other activities, the event consisted of a themed conference (Power of the Age), 18 forums, 15,000 square meters of international exhibitions, and a global drone contribution awards ceremony. World's top UAV specialists attended the 3-day congress, including Jani Hirvinen.

The Second Global Unmanned System Conference was held 4–5 November 2018. The venue for the event was Zhuhai's International Convention & Exhibition Center. The organizers were the China UAV Industry Alliance, the Guangdong Academy of Sciences and the Zhuhai UAV Association.


In 2017, Hirvinen received the Global UAV Award in recognition of the outstanding contributions to the Global UAV Industry in the past few years. The award was given at the Drone World Congress.

The first UAV developer conference was organized in Xiamen on 22 October 2017. In the event, Ardupilot community's co-founder Jani Hirvinen and other core members shared prospects of the drone industry and shared views of the development of the Ardupilot community itself. Hirvinen also gave a lecture on the ArduPilot project and the unmanned revolution.

In addition, the forum also announced five group awards - 2017 China's top 10 UAV innovation companies, 2017 advanced member units, 2017 China UAV excellent service providers, 2017 China UAV excellent industry media and one Individual Award - the 2017 Drone Industry Cooperation Award.

The appointment ceremony for the newly added expert members of the Shenzhen UAV Industry Association in 2017 was also carried out. Xue Yonggang, Guo Wei, Jia Hengdan, and Jani Hirvinen were hired as members of the expert committee.


On December 27–28, the "2018 Liyangyang International UAV Development Forum and the 4th SZUIA Annual Meeting" was held at the International Conference Center, Fuyang City.

On June 27–28, the 2019 Western China International Drone Development Forum was hosted by the Chongqing UAV Industry Association at the Shangbang International Hotel in Chongqing. The forum gave birth also to the Chongqing UAV Industry Association. Hirvinen was one of the event's keynote speakers.


Hirvinen is the founder and CEO of jDrones. It was founded in 2010 with a dream to change the world of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). jDrones is an R&D company, and it creates and designs small autonomous UV devices that operate on the ground and in the air.

Hirvinen's team released the ArduCopter platform in August 2010. It was the first multicopter that was truly created for the private sector. Some of the first ArduCopters were ordered by NASA, and ArduCopter was soon made world famous by companies such as 3D Robotics.


In 2009, Hirvinen started to work again on electronics development and aviation industry. From AeroQuad project and created ArduCopter team. He became a leader of ArduCopter development team and created the first ArduCopter that is now base system for the worlds No.1 multicopter platform. In late 2010 Hirvinen released that hit markets really hard and introduced many new techniques that are now in use on most multicopter airframes. Soon after the initial release of ArduCopter, jDrones and 3DRobotics companies were created to serve ever growing need of creating personal drones for the masses.


In 2005, Hirvinen moved to Thailand, where he still has his home and drone assembly line in Bangkok's Prawet district. Hirvinen is married to a Thai and has a daughter and son. His hobbies include R/C heli flying, electronics occasional paragliding, sailplane flying and ice skating.


Hirvinen started his first ISP on 1994 called as SGIC Communications Oy in Tampere, Finland. Two year later they acquired a majority from VIP Tietoverkot Oy and changed the corporation's name to VIP Networks Oy. During the early dates of the known internet age, he has one of the first ones to create web sites and web hosting systems in Finland.


Hirvinen received his first Sinclair ZX80 in 1980 just a few weeks after it was released in the UK. The following year Hirvinen started to work with new released Sinclair ZX81 and became a member of the international Sinclair Club.

Already in the early 1980s, Hirvinen was creating FidoNet (a worldwide computer network that is used for communication between bulletin board systems) and SiGNET bulletin board system (BBS) networks.


Jani Hirvinen (born in 1969 in Helsinki, Finland) is one of the early Finnish IT-technology pioneers. Hirvinen is also one of the first ones developing small private sector professional level UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles). He is among the top developers of the ArduCopter platform that - together with the included autopilot - changed the way drones are being flown all over the world. He is also the co-founder of famous international unmanned institutions ArduPilot, DIYDrones and DroneCode.