Senior consultant, Elef, has been part of Aerogility since the company’s early days.
Rory joined Aerogility as a graduate developer in 2018. A valuable member of the team, Rory is a reliable point of contact for new customers and helps them optimise their use of the Aerogility software.
Experts in the field of multi-agent simulation for aircraft maintenance planning, the Aerogility team shared their knowledge at MRO Management’s Predictive Aircraft Maintenance Conference 2019.
Henian joined Aerogility’s graduate developer team in 2018 to work on our aircraft maintenance planning and engineering solutions. Behind the scenes, he plays a vital role for our customers, making model changes, adding new features to the software and fixing potential bugs.
Recently promoted to Business Manager (Civil Aviation), Phil has been part of the Aerogility team since 2017.
Chief Agent Architect, Steve Osborn, is one of Aerogility’s founders, starting the company in 2009 alongside Gary Vickers, Malcolm Bridgeford and John Fussell.
Following an enjoyable visit to Aircraft Commerce’s Airline & Aerospace MRO & Flight Operations IT Conference last June, the team attended the event for a second time, in 2019.
Pippa started at Aerogility in December 2018 as a consultant within our thriving graduate team. Since then, she has been getting to grips with Java and the Aerogility software.
Following the successful deployment of Aerogility’s ground-breaking maintenance planning solution, easyJet announces it has added two significant capabilities to its MRO forecasting solution.
Joe is primarily responsible for the development, administration and support of the SaaS (Software as a Service) infrastructure that supports Aerogility’s aviation maintenance planning product.