Anthony Croxford is a professor in the Ultrasonics and Non-Destructive Testing research group at the University of Bristol. He is primarily interested in how the performance and operating cost of structures may be improved by developments in Non-Destructive Testing science. This aim has been explored through the development of advanced Ultrasonic phased array processes to enable smaller defects to be detected and researching the fundamental limitations and applications of permanently installed sensor systems for in-situ Structural Health Monitoring. The application of the latter to real structures has led to large datasets being generated over around a decade of data acquisition. The focus of my research with the Turing Institute is to develop data driven approaches to enhance the prognostic information that can be drawn from such large datasets.