Spun out of Oxford University in 2004, Salunda experienced a management change in 2013 and is now developing non-contact diagnostic and sensor technologies for hostile and demanding processes in the oil and gas industry.

The Company currently offers two major product lines: MudChecker, a handheld device for analysing the composition of drilling fluids; and Latch Hawk Wireless, a wireless sensor network that can be retrofitted to offshore drilling rigs to monitor the status of latches that retain long drilling pipes. The USP for these products are the efficiency and safety improvements they offer—something highly sought after by an industry emerging from a period of recession.

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