Skyrad Core Team
Dr. Samuel Bailey
Sam has an extensive theoretical and practical knowledge of control systems and engineering. He holds a masters in Engineering Economics and Management from the University of Oxford and a PhD in computer vision from University College London. He has worked at Ford, Delphi and Motorola, where he was responsible for delivering designs for embedded control systems for engines, video lane departure warning, steering, heating, cooling and telematics. He has also spent several years modelling risk, and is a Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, the UK’s professional association for insurance and risk analysts. He has a deep knowledge of mathematical modelling software and is a regular presenter at industry events.
Sam has invented a number of different products and systems and has over twenty patents to his name.[LinkedIn]
Ben joined Skyrad in 2018. He has experience of algorithm development, software engineering and cloud computing, previously working for Cambridge Consultants on projects across a range of different industries. Ben has worked on a variety of location and tracking algorithms, data analysis techniques and data visualisation. On the software side, he has created scalable cloud based solutions for data processing and websites, and has set up automated continuous integration/deployment pipelines. Ben has a Masters degree in Maths from the University of Cambridge. [LinkedIn]
Dr Lewis Maxfield
Lewis joined Skyrad at the start of 2019. Lewis has a degree and a PhD in mechanical engineering from the University of Leeds. Lewis specialises in algorithm design and modelling.[LinkedIn]
Dr Mark Steadman
Mark has a PhD in signal processing and a degree in electrical engineering. Prior to joining Skyrad he was a researcher in Neuroscience at Imperial College, London. Mark specialises in algorithm design and digital signal processing.[LinkedIn]
Dr Greer Gray
Greer joined Skyrad in 2016. She has experience developing algorithms for a variety of applications from automatic target recognition and tracking to fuel injection systems. Previous roles include post-doctoral research at Cranfield University, and systems engineering at Delphi Diesel Systems. Greer holds a Master’s degree in control systems from City University London and a PhD in computer vision from Cranfield University. Her interests include intelligent systems, object recognition and tracking. [LinkedIn]
Philip joined Skyrad in 2013. He holds a Master’s degree in Energy and Environmental Engineering from the University of Cambridge, where he specialised in building efficiency. He has done placements at both Mott Macdonald and the Technical University of Dresden, and has 2½ years of experience of working with, and growing, start-up companies at the boutique corporate advisory firm Ashcombe Advisers.
Phil has project managed the development of the Skyrad smart sensor technology, and has spoken at industry events on energy efficiency