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October 2, 2018

Sonardyne Hires Paull as Business Development Manager

Elizabeth Paull (Photo: Sonardyne)

Elizabeth Paull (Photo: Sonardyne)

Elizabeth Paull has joined Sonardyne International Ltd. as Business Development Manager to help support and develop the firm’s business within the growing aquaculture and renewables industries, the navigation and positioning technology company announced.

Paull, who joins Sonardyne from subsea instrumentation and systems company Aquatec Group, will also focus on other developing ocean industry markets, such as subsea mining, for Sonardyne’s widening portfolio of products.

The ocean space is home to an increasing number of offshore renewables facilities, including offshore wind farms and marine energy devices, and aquaculture operations, as companies look to diversify and countries seek to grow their energy and food production.

“Increasingly our oceans are being looked at as engines of growth – be it in renewable energy, aquaculture, mineral resources and even biotechnology. Sonardyne’s growing portfolio of underwater acoustic positioning, inertial navigation, wireless communications and sonar technology systems are extremely well placed to serve and support these evolving, growing and important markets,” Paull said.

Sonardyne’s systems are already established in the offshore renewables market, where its Ultra-Short Baseline (USBL) technologies are used in areas including unexploded ordnance clearance and site surveys, as well as tracking divers and ROV systems and structural and subsidence monitoring.

Through her role, Paull will also support Sonardyne customers and develop partnerships and academic research programs focused on the Blue Growth agenda.

Paull is a Master of Oceanography from Southampton University and has an MBA from the Open University. At Aquatec, she was Sales and Marketing Director. Her previous roles include working as a research scientist for Thames Water.

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