Salunda is a rapidly growing business manufacturing and selling wireless monitoring technologies for hostile, demanding and safety-critical applications to global Oil & Gas customers.
The Company currently supplies two product lines: a wireless sensor network retrofitted to offshore drilling rigs to which more than 5,000 devices can be connected for safety-critical equipment and structural monitoring applications; and CrewHawk, a miniature device for precisely tracking personnel, equipment, and robotics in harsh industrial environments. These products offer efficiency and safety improvements highly sought after by a transforming industry that is investing heavily in remote monitoring and digitisation.
Founder & CEO
Alan has transformed loss-making, ‘concept companies’ into profitable, globally trading groups through intensive business development, strategic marketing, innovation and commercialisation of high technology.
Prior to establishing Salunda, Alan was co-founder and CEO at Microsaic Systems plc. which was formed by a team from Imperial College, London and developed the world’s first chip-based mass spectrometer (MS) detectors, including the only miniaturised LC-MS detector on the market.
Alan trained as a Mechanical Engineer at the Engineering School at University College, Dublin and holds over twenty patents.