Daniela Radu
Daniela Radu

Cambridge Agile Technology Ltd was founded by Daniela Radu to provide technical and management consultancy services in the near term, and in-house commercial product development in the medium-to-long term.

Daniela was awarded an MSc Computer Science degree (University of Edinburgh, 2011) and a BEng Automation Engineering degree (Politehnica University Bucharest, 2010). Her over 8 years of relevant experience in software product development from start-ups to corporations includes: 

  • developing automation and user-interfaces for microarray printers (Arrayjet); 
  • developing the evidence management system of a medical platform (Toshiba Medical Visualisation Systems);
  • developing data aggregation, processing, and optimisation algorithms for control of electrical assets, leading geographically-distributed teams in the cloud platform development (Origami Energy);
  • providing secure and scalable cloud software development services to secure the usage of mobile phones (Trustonic);
  • offering management and Agile consultancy to a company of pet-activity monitoring, establishing effective processes within- and regular deliverables from the mobile-application team (PitPatPet).

Bogdan Spiridon

Bogdan brings complementary technical, scientific and managerial skills to Cambridge Agile Technology. He is finalising his PhD at the University of Cambridge EPSRC Sensors CDT and already holds an MRes Sensor Technologies and Applications degree (University of Cambridge, 2016) and an MEng Electronics with Bioelectronics degree (University of Edinburgh, 2015). He is also a Certified ScrumMaster since September 2020.

Bogdan contributed to interdisciplinary research comprising elements of materials science, engineering, data analysis, hardware processing and testing. He developed robust project management skills through extensive professional collaborations. 

Bogdan accumulated relevant professional experience by working in start-up, corporate, academic, and charity environments and by leading a successful Cambridge University student society. His contributions included:

  • designing integrated-circuit smart-sensor electronics (Broadcom);
  • designing functional components of medical thawing units (Asymptote);
  • providing academic supervision to over 50 Cambridge engineering students; training and coordinating laboratory demonstrators as Teaching Assistant (University of Cambridge);
  • supporting technology entrepreneurs and coordinating a 10-strong committee as President and Chairperson (Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club).