About AirWorks

Innovation is in our DNA

Born at MIT, inspired by the advances in aerial data acquisition and the potential power of AI, AirWorks was founded by David Morczinek and Adam Kersnowski in August of 2017. Their complementary backgrounds in aerospace engineering, drones and, construction led to a combined desire to harness the power of technology to automate a traditionally time-consuming aerial data processing approach.

Headquartered in Boston, AirWorks employs a team of unmatched AI experts, software developers, sales experts, marketers, geographers and civil engineers all working together to redefine the future of mapping for the built world.

Founded 2017


25+ Employees

Spun out of MIT,
DeltaV Accelerator


AirWorks Automate™

AI patent granted

75+ clients including
6 Top 100 ENR Firms

Spun out of MIT,
DeltaV Accelerator


AirWorks Automate™

AI patent granted

$1M in ARR
with 60+ clients

Our Founders


David Morczinek

Co-Founder and CEO

David Morczinek

Co-Founder and CEO

David has worked in the aerospace industry for 10+ years. In the past, he led multiple teams at Airbus. As CEO, David is the driving force behind the development of AirWorks’ AI, with the goal of advancing the use of aerial intelligence across AEC. David holds an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Business and an MS in Aircraft Systems Engineering from the Technical University of Hamburg. In his free time, David enjoys traveling with his wife and two children.


Adam Kersnowski

Co-founder and Chief Evangelist


Adam Kersnowski

Co-founder and Chief Evangelist

Adam has been involved with drones and construction for 15+ years. Prior to co-founding AirWorks, he was a successful founder-owner-manager of two companies. As Chief Evangelist, Adam leads client success, account expansion, as well as business development and partnerships. He has a passion for all things data collection and remote sensing and is working towards becoming a CP. In his free time, Adam enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and daughters.

Leadership Team

Joel Forman, P.E, Ph.D.

Head of AI Development

Joel has 10+ years of experience developing data analysis and machine learning tools for actionable decision making –from advanced R&D for DARPA to rapidly developing data analysis tools in response to industrial problems. Joel earned his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan and is a professionally licensed control systems engineer. In his free time, he enjoys photography and baking with his wife and two children.

Mike Shulman

Head of Software Development

Mike has 30+ years of experience delivering enterprise applications while leading world-class engineering teams. He has built distributed, multinational teams and introduced agile development methodologies consistently, on time and within budget, as he did previously at Telcordia Technologies, Bottomline Technologies and Limelight Networks. Mike holds both a BS and MS in Computer Science and is actively training for his next Ironman race.

Todd Merrill

Interim CTO

Todd is a seasoned Software Executive with a broad range of experience of over 25+ years. He has served as a C-Level executive focused on leveraging the Cloud to bring SaaS offerings to market at many companies, most recently Koridor and HireIQ Systems. Todd holds both a BS and ME in Computer Engineering from the University of Florida, as well as multiple patents related to computer engineering. In his free time, you can find him training for triathlons.

JP Buckley

Director of Sales

As Director of Sales, JP leads the team responsible for RevOps and GTM strategy. He has been instrumental in expanding the adoption of our technology across the geospatial industry. In the past, JP spent 5 years in the NHL as a Video Coach for the Boston Bruins where he was responsible for integrating technology to drive competitive advantages for the team. He holds an MS in Innovation & Technology from Boston University. JP lives in Gloucester, MA, and enjoys nature and the little things in life.

Shane D’Lima

Sr. Product Manager

Shane is a geographer turned product leader with 5+ years of experience working with engineering teams at various ages and stages. Most recently, Shane was a Product Manager at Motus, where he managed their mobile offering for over 300k active users. Shane holds a BA in Economic Geography and a MS in GIS from Clark University. In his free time, he enjoys running, playing squash, tending to plants and spending time with his wife and dog.

The AirWorks Team

We are a group of self-proclaimed tech nerds, game aficionados and food lovers who enjoy hanging out both during and after work. Are you looking to join a fast-paced startup and help propel our mission forward?

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Our Investors

Board of Advisors

Elliot Smith


First Day

Bhupinder Singh

Founder & Principal,

First Day

Keith Masback

Former CEO,


Zach Aarons

Co-founder & Partner,


Deepak Verma


Innospark Ventures

Tyler Ashby


Groundbreak Ventures

James Wang

General Partner,

Creative Ventures

Max Doubenski

Founding Team Member,


Professional Memberships

We ask that clients upload georeferenced orthophotos (.tif), point cloud files (.las/.laz) and a processing area for project processing (.kml). For 2D only work, orthophotos will be sufficient.
In addition, we currently partner with some of the best off-the-shelf imagery providers in the market through our growing Data Marketplace.
If you do not have data collected for a project, you are able to select a vendor and submit an order for feature extraction directly in our app without the need to purchase a separate subscription.
No! While we have found that the most common type of data we receive is from UAVs/UASs, we are also able to process aerial images collected with manned aircraft and even satellites in some cases. We also accept LiDAR data/point clouds in cases where 3D work is needed.

The most important thing to remember is that the higher altitude the data was collected at, the lower resolution and detail the images will have. So, we can work with it, but might not be able to guarantee our usual level of accuracy.
We deliver projects in an open source, CAD-compatible format (.dxf). You can then use your CAD software of choice to view and make edits to your project. For 3D projects, we also deliver a classified point cloud (.las) along with the CAD drawing.
Every project is different, and we try to deliver as fast as possible, but given the variability in projects and time it takes for our team to review and ensure the quality is up to standard, we typically deliver projects in 4-5 business days. Here is a breakdown of how we calculate the estimated delivery date: https://awkb.scrollhelp.site/airworksknowledgebase/Estimated-Delivery-Date.2351923212.html.
Any type of engineering/land surveying project where you have collected aerial imagery and need feature extraction works for us. We currently only do work above ground, which includes: ALTA surveys, land development, corridor/transportation/highway work, as-builts, and many more.
It’s not magic, it really works! We have a patented model for point identification and categorization, a team of machine learning experts and civil engineers working on labeling and training even more data to further improve the results of our autonomous outputs. We have established human in the loop processes that are very common in all AI companies to ensure accuracy. Every client project is run through our software for processing, and then reviewed and cleaned up by our small team of CAD drafters in-house in Boston.