Tony Day

Head of Technology and Development

Tony has over 13 years of industrial and academic experience in researching and developing software, he has delivered impactful solutions across domains including humanitarian, law enforcement, crisis resilience, marketing, and business and service management. He passionately leads the ongoing development of SCAAN (Security Communications and Analysis Network) and the Community Response Mobile Toolkit in partnership with the UN’s IOM (International Organization for Migration) and in collaboration with several UN agencies including the SCAAN’s 2018-19 WHO (World Health Organization) deployment to support field staff responding to Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. 

This is alongside a growing portfolio of major FP7, Horizon 2020, and Horizon Europe projects most notably: as acting Scientific and Technical Lead on the TENSOR project (2016-2020; detection of online terrorist generated content); providing technical solutions in ATHENA (2013-2016; citizen-engaged crisis management); and ePOOLICE (2013-2015; detection of online organised crime indicators). A critical part of Tony’s work is supporting the growth the skills, capabilities, and capacity of CENTRIC’s diverse multi-disciplinary technical delivery teams.