Sonardyne Names Subsea Asset Monitoring Business Manager

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Sonardyne International has appointed Stephen Auld as its new global business manager for Subsea Asset Monitoring.

Stephen, who joined Sonardyne in June 2017, takes over the role from Stephen Fasham, who has been promoted to a newly created role within the business focusing on growth and investment opportunities.

Subsea asset monitoring is a growing market and one where we can offer customers more,” said Stephen. “Our technology is being used for a whole range of projects in this area that are diverse both geographically (from Brazil to Australia via West Africa) and in terms of how our technology is used.”

Before joining Sonardyne last year, Stephen was business development manager at Liquid Robotics Oil and Gas, which was a joint venture between oilfield services company Schlumberger and Liquid Robotics. Before joining Liquid Robotics, Stephen was managing director at CodaOctopus Products.

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