Product Line Manager,
Thursday 8th February 2018
Presentation starts at: 1430
With ageing assets worldwide, and a recent rise in decommissioning, extending the life of active and profitable assets with cathodic protection is necessary to maximise revenue. Permanently deployed sensors and wireless acoustic communications allows repeatable measurements and the highest accuracy. Decisions on the level of protection required can be made based on good data.
Andrew graduated from Heriot-Watt University in 2005 with MEng in Electronic and Electrical Engineering. Joining Proserv as a graduate, he became Product Line Manager for NASCoM products in 2013 providing wireless controls and monitoring solutions. Awarded chartered (CEng) status in 2016, he is a member of subsea committees aiming to advance technology and learning in the subsea industry.