Inductosense Ltd., a Bristol based Ultrasonic Sensor Company, has opened a new Aberdeen office and added to their growing team with their first appointment in Scotland.
The business recognises the wealth of opportunities in the North Sea and, with confidence in the industry’s ongoing recovery, Kim Ironside has been appointed as Business Development Manager based out of the company’s new Aberdeen office.
The company is currently working with a number of major companies on trials with an initial focus on monitoring assets across the Oil & Gas industry.
The new addition comes at a time of significant growth for the cutting-edge technology developer, who secured £1.35m investment from a consortium of investors in 2017. Inductosense now has a 12-strong team across the U.K. and is establishing a business presence world-wide.
Kim said, “I have worked within the Oil & Gas Industry for a number of years and observed several challenging fluctuations in oil price. We are now in a position whereby businesses must adapt, and develop more streamlined practices, to navigate such a challenging market. Inductosense recognises this need and has developed more reliable, simplistic and cost-effective technologies to support clients. I have joined the team primarily to support business growth in the North East, however, Inductosense has been fortunate in that the technology speaks for itself – several key industry players approached the team and have since undertaken successful trials. I am very excited by Inductosense’s technology and believe the company’s team of experts, and its dedication to R&D, will prove to be a significant asset in industry.”
CEO of Inductosense, Matt Butcher, said “Over the past year we have had great success in development of technology and commercial deployment of sensors. This is an important period of growth for Inductosense and we are excited to welcome Kim to the company, she brings new specialist expertise and industry experience – a valuable asset for the business and our clients”