What we do
We write code and provide solutions using the main National Instruments Software packages of LabVIEW & TestStand. From a simple measurement system to a fully integrated turnkey solution, we can provide you with the solutions you need.
We're a team of problem solvers, passionate about finding innovative and efficient ways of working. We ensure we fully understand the challenge you face, then we work with you to develop the optimal solution.
We have experience in a variety of industry sectors including Aerospace & Defence, Biotech, Pharmaceutical and Manufacturing & Technology. We combine the brightest individuals, with the knowledge and expertise gained from over a decade of business across these sectors. We're confident we can help your company overcome its engineering challenges, reduce costs and increase productivity.
CEO & Founder
After graduating with a degree in Engineering with Communications from Bath University (UK) in 2004, Henry supported a start up focusing on energy management. Following this, he set up Avazia in 2007 and has been running the company ever since. Henry is a strategic thinker able to analyse complex problems and find innovative solutions to companies' engineering challenges.
LabVIEW Architect & Non-executive director
Naeem rejoined Avazia in 2017 as a non-executive director. Naeem first worked with Avazia back 2010 when he joined as a LabVIEW developer quickly achieving a number of qualifications and eventually leaving to work in distributed fibre optic sensing.
LabVIEW Developer & SOFTWARE ENgineer
Jorge is an experienced LabVIEW engineer who joined Avazia in 2015. Jorge graduated in 2014 from Universidade do Minho, Portugal, with a Masters in Systems Engineering and has a degree in Software Engineering. Jorge has a deep interest in finding the best software solutions for complex engineering systems.
Peter graduated with a degree in Automotive Engineering from Oxford Brookes (UK) in 2010, he then spent three years designing Formula One cars at Williams F1, specifically Kinetic Energy Recovery systems. Since 2014 he has worked designing Linear Electric Machines, both the mechanical and electromagnetic aspects. He joined Avazia in 2018.
Peter brings a diverse range of knowledge and experience with physical hardware within the R&D sector to the team.