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Featured People — May 2013 Issue

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Saltire Energy (Aberdeen, Scotland) has a new director, Craig Mitchell, who began his career with Saltire in 2003 as a rentals coordinator. As director, Mitchell will oversee rental contracts, as well as work to expand the company in the U.K. and abroad.

Janis Delmonte and Steve Brodet have joined Hydroid Inc. (Pocasset, Massachusetts) as a software engineer and an applications engineer, respectively. Delmonte has worked in the computer industry for 30 years, developing hardware and software. Brodet worked previously at NOAA’s Coast Survey Development Laboratory.

Richard Hadsall, chief technology officer of MTN Government Services (Leesburg, Virginia), has been given a Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by MTN Satellite Communications CEO and President Errol Olivier. Hadsall pioneered the first C-band and Ku-band satellite broadband communications (TV, voice and data) at sea in the 1980s.

EdgeTech (West Wareham, Massachusetts) has appointed Les Ford as a consultant. Bringing more than 30 years experience to the company, Ford will work on business development for various sectors including side scan sonars, sub-bottom profilers and swath bathymetry systems.

Dimitrios Angelopoulos is the new business development manager for AdvanFort (Herndon, Virginia). In the position, Angelopoulos will head security opportunities in Italy, Greece, Germany and Spain.

HydroComp Inc. (Durham, New Hampshire) has hired Adam Kaplan as project engineer. Kaplan will lead development of PropExpert and PropCad software.

Ian Moncrieff was appointed chief executive of the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (Taunton, England). Acting as interim chief executive since October 2011, Moncrieff was selected for the role after a national search.

Steve Palmer, Marylyn Brown and Enrich Vargas have joined HL Technologies (Stafford, Texas). Palmer has been appointed general manager, Brown returns to the company to represent commercial diving products, and Vargas will focus on production management.

Seagull AS (Horten, Norway) has a new nonexecutive director, Captain Graham Westgarth. With more than 40 years experience, Westgarth has a reputation for fostering communication between industry and legislators.

Hamish Stewart joins FMC Technologies (Houston, Texas) as senior sales manager, Eastern hemisphere. Stewart will manage clients and ROV product sales in that region.


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