Aerogility works with major aerospace organizations spanning both civil and defense.
With our software, they can run intelligent what-if? analysis and detailed business simulations of their operational performance.
Ultimately, we help them make more informed business-critical decisions, delivering higher availability, lower costs and safer operations.
Chief Executive Officer
Gary is CEO of Aerogility Limited, President of Aerogility Inc. and is one of the company’s founders. He has over 25 years experience in the software business, working in project, business development and management roles.
Malcolm Bridgeford MA
Chief Operating Officer
Malcolm is responsible for managing the delivery and support of customer projects. He has over 20 years experience in the software industry and has worked in a variety of managerial and technical roles in the UK, USA and Europe.
John Fussell PhD
John is responsible for the overall technical management of the Aerogility solution. He has over 15 years experience as a software architect and developer and is an expert in Java J2EE and Microsoft.Net software technologies.
Steve Osborn MSc
Steve is the original architect of the Aerogility system and is now responsible for managing the design and development of the Aerogility Aerospace & Defense Agent Library and customer multi-agent models. He has over 20 years experience in designing and implementing real world artificial intelligence and distributed object-oriented systems.
Stephen Henwood CBE
Chairman of the Board
Stephen Henwood CBE has extensive knowledge and experience across the aviation industry. He previously spent six years as Chair of the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI), as well as serving as Chair of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA). He has also worked as a senior executive within numerous aerospace companies, including BAE Systems.
Sid has worked in the information handling industry in the UK and the USA for over 40 years. He was previously group managing director of MR Data Management plc and now acts as a non-executive director of both public and private companies.
Rodney is a senior executive with extensive knowledge and experience across the IT industry. Previous roles include marketing director of ICL and chairman and managing director of Gestetner International.
Caroline Stanfield has been a healthcare professional for over 25 years and has been an experienced investor in technology companies over the last 10 years.
Martin has 40 years’ experience in the defence and aviation industry in a variety of leadership roles, and is Managing Director, Future Combat Air Systems (FCAS), at BAE Systems – Air. He started his career as an aerodynamicist at the British Aerospace Military Aircraft Division. Martin was previously Head of Project for the Harrier program before moving to Fort Worth, Texas where he was the BAE Systems Programme Director on the Joint Strike Programme (now known as F-35).
Non-Executive Director and Company Secretary
Brian is a chartered accountant and formerly the finance director of MR Data Management plc, a quoted company in the information handling business.
Professor Nick Jennings
Chief Scientific Advisor
Nick is Vice-Provost (Research & Enterprise) at Imperial College and acts as a chief scientific advisor to the UK Government. He also has a chair in Artificial Intelligence in the Departments of Computing and Electrical and Electronic Engineering. He is an internationally-recognised authority in the areas of artificial intelligence, autonomous systems, cybersecurity and agent-based computing. His research covers both the science and the engineering of intelligent systems.
Professor Michael Luck
Chief Scientific Advisor
Michael Luck is Professor of Computer Science and Director of the UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training on Safe and Trusted Artificial Intelligence. He also leads the Agents and Intelligent Systems Group. He is a leading expert in distributed electronic business systems using dynamically generated, cross-organisational contracts..