Dr. Youmin Zhang is a tenured full professor in the Department of Mechanical, Industrial and Aeronautical Engineering and the Concordia Institute of Aeronautical Design and Innovation, Concordia University, Canada. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Institution of Mechanical Engineers (CSME),a Fellow of the Institute Of Electrical And Electronics Engineers (IEEE), a Senior Member of AIAA. Professor Zhang Youmin has been engaged in the research and development of control theory and engineering applications for a long time. Specializing in fault detection and diagnosis, fault tolerance control, perception and obstacle avoidance, aircraft navigation, guidance and control, multi-agent/multi-moving body (air, ground, water and wind) fault tolerance collaborative control and combined with remote sensing measurement technology for forest fire prevention and forest resource management, power line patrol and monitoring, environmental monitoring, and search and rescue and other fields of research and application development. Since 1992, he has published more than 500 journal and conference papers and 4 books, and has been cited 12,791 times on Google Scholar with an impact factor of 52 (h-index) and 205 (i10-index). Professor Zhang Youmin was the founding Editor of the international journal "Instrumentation, Automation and Systems" and currently serves as honorary Editor and senior editor of the international journal "Intelligent Robot Systems" (editor-at-large). And the editor and editorial board of the three international magazines related to unmanned systems recently published, including "Unmanned Systems", "International Intelligent Unmanned Systems Journal", "Unmanned Systems Technology" and other international magazines.