In 2012, Nick Tudor co-founded his company D-RisQ, based in Malvern, which produces automated formal methods verification tools for systems and software which support compliance to many standards.
He was an RAF Officer Engineer for 20 years and has a BEng in Electrical Engineering.
In 2000, he gained a MSC in Software Engineering, and became the senior software advisor on multiple air programmes including JSF, Eurofighter, Chinook and Hawk.
Since leaving the RAF, he's been an active contributor to DO-178C (which will mean more to some than others!), he's a member of the Forum for Aeronautical Software, he's contributed to various papers, carried out a number of aerospace and autonomous systems projects in various sectors and was elected as Fellow of the IET in November 2021.