Brady enables Cesium's Federal customers and partners to use time-dynamic 3D to solve some of their hardest mission challenges.
Brady supports Cesium's federal users, especially in the DOD, by bringing them the tools to tile, combine, and access 3D data, create geospecific simulations, and perform geospatial analytics. He focuses on understanding the situations of government agencies and sharing Cesium’s technology in a way that makes users' tasks easier to accomplish and their efforts more effective.
Brady served as an infantry and Special Forces officer in the US Army from 2002 to 2011, during which time he worked in Afghanistan, Iraq, Africa, and Pakistan. He's since worked covering the federal market for Penn State’s Applied Research Lab and for IBM, where he specialized in AI and Machine Learning software for federal customers.
Brady has a bachelor's degree in history from The Citadel and an MBA from Penn State’s Smeal College of Business.
He spends most of his time not at work at home with his wife and three young kids. He loves running, cooking, history, and working with veterans’ groups. He also works to explain military concepts to civilian business leaders at http://quartermaster.substack.com