Adam Bradley is a Software and Technology specialist experienced in delivering complex systems and solutions across the Critical Infrastructure, Health, and Financial Services sectors. With a strong track record of delivering high-quality system solutions and successful organisational change, Adam has built a career that spans many diverse industries and technology solutions.
Having spent many years in various high-level digital engineering roles, Adam possesses a unique insight into a wide variety of technologies and industries. Leading projects across multiple industries in roles from Engineering to Board level, Adam possesses an innate ability to work across stakeholder divides and lead people on a journey to deliver the next generation of technologies into BAU.
Getting his start with technology very early in life, Adam has built a portfolio of skills ranging from electronic design and embedded software, to modern mobile applications and big data analytics platforms. Volunteering at The National Museum of Computing for over 10 years has provided Adam with exposure to many different technologies; from the world’s oldest working computers all the way up to modern high-performance computing products. This experience gives Adam a rare insight into the history of Computing and allows him to apply a deeper understanding to new developments.
With his last role focusing on multidisciplinary engineering with a particular impetus on software, Adam is able to offer technical expertise in areas such as big data, analytics, full stack software development, network design, enterprise architecture, cyber security, electronics design, hardware manufacture, reverse engineering, and critical enterprise system development. He is well versed in the lifecycle of systems development, from capturing and comprehending end user requirements, to establishing the architecture required to design, build and implement bespoke and innovative platforms, through to designing improved business processes around the new application, and seeing them through into business as usual.
In his spare time, Adam can mostly be found engaged in some sort of Engineering activity or travelling somewhere interesting. His current projects include the restoration of an IBM System 360 Model 20, the rebuild of a number of Motorcycles & cars, as well as other smaller personal electronics projects. Outside of this, Adam engages in Motorcycle Adventure travel, shooting, and occasionally Yacht racing.