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The Skyliters

Our team is technical and well rounded, with a background in everything from physics to application development to machine learning and energy management. Learn about why we have the team to bring the future of a connected world to life.

Tyler came on board to focus on the hardware component of Skylite Labs. With a degree in Engineering Physics from the University of Saskatchewan in hand, Tyler set out to change the world with a startup focussed on battery banks for developing nations, preventing frequent issues with brownouts in regions with limited power production capability. He has hardware and software development experience, and has background in sales and customer experience as well. When he gets the chance, Tyler likes to pull out his Nintendo Switch to push to team to profanity playing Mario Kart. Oh yeah...and he also has some astronaut training!

Tyler Rampton

Krzysztof was born and raised in Poland. As our resident numbers wiz, Krzysztof has a large amount of development experience and specialization in mathematical optimization, machine learning, and distributed systems. He has two masters degrees in Computer Science (one from Poland, and one from Canada) and spent a term studying in Sweden. To keep himself sharp, Krzysztof often plays the ancient board game Go (not to be confused with the programming language). He has led a number of workshops on software development and UNIX

Krzysztof Voss

Leejay has been an entrepreneur from a young age, where he was successful in the Youth Business Excellence Awards from Grade 6 through 12. After graduating, Leejay attended the University of Saskatchewan, where convocated with a BE in Computer Engineering and the Professional Communication Option. His professional experience includes mobile and web development work for Agrimatics and Create Cafe 3D Printing, and running his own software contracting company. He served three terms as a student member of the University of Saskatchewan Senate, one term as a Member of Student Council at the University of Saskatchewan, has helped organize conferences, hackathons, and science fairs, and has been honoured with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, Saskatchewan Youth Award, and SWNA Saskatchewan Junior Citizen of the Year Award.

Leejay Schmidt