Matthew Kling is a Research Engineer/Scientist working at KRI at Northeastern University, LLC where he collaborates with academia, industry and government to conduct cutting edge research in unmanned systems in areas such as Counter-UAS, electronic warfare and autonomy. Additionally, he leads the operation of the Northeastern Unmanned Aircraft System Lab at the Innovation Campus in Burlington, MA where he focuses on developing innovative solutions and utilizes his extensive background in RF systems, real-time embedded systems, system architecture, systems engineering, cyber security, and system integration/test. His professional certifications include TOGAF and Zachman enterprise architecture. He obtained a MS in Systems Engineering 2006 and a BS in Electrical Engineering in 2002, both from WPI. His career began at Raytheon in 2002 as a software engineer for SATCOM/Radar systems. During his 15 years there he became a technical leader for several major military SATCOM systems where he was considered an expert in domains such as communication waveforms, RF systems, real-time embedded systems, security engineering/cyber, and system architecture/requirements. Additionally, he has published several papers and applied for/received patents for remote control systems and security devices.