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Featured People — August 2015 Issue

Derek Donaldson
Derek Donaldson
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Evan Martzial
Derek Donaldson is the new vice president of global operations for Seatronics Ltd. In this role, Donaldson will join managing director Phil Middleton in supporting regional vice presidents in managing and developing the global Seatronics business. Based out of Singapore, he will continue to manage the regional office while maintaining a global presence.

Evan Martzial has joined EdgeTech as a product line sales engineer, further developing their growing multiphase echosounder business. He comes to the company with a strong background in cartography and geographical information systems. Martzial’s focus will be on growing EdgeTech’s bathymetric product line in the U.S., Canada and Latin countries.

The board of directors of DNV GL Group has appointed Remi Eriksen as the company’s new group president and CEO. He is succeeding Henrik O. Madsen, who is retiring on August 1. Since October 2014, the board of directors has undertaken an extensive executive search and selection process to fill this position.

Bollinger Shipyards announced the promotion of Eric Bollinger to vice president of sales. Bollinger has been a contributor to the company’s sales efforts for more than 39 years. President and CEO Ben Bordelon made the announcement.

Michael A. “Tony” Reid, former United States Navy director for anti-terrorism force protection, has joined HALO Maritime Defense Systems as a subject matter expert on threat analysis and systems integration.

Delta “T” Systems has expanded its roster with the appointment of Michael DeAngelo as an outside sales representative. A 26-year veteran of the marine industry, DeAngelo brings with him management, engineering and global trade skills.

Chelsea Technologies Group Ltd. has appointed Helen Turner as calibration scientist. The addition of Turner comes as Chelsea’s calibration laboratory has received upgrades, which has provided the capabilities to analyze the fluorescence of unknown samples provided by current and new customers. Assessing fluorescence peaks will prove to be a vital tool for many applications, including water quality monitoring.

Dr. Tom Tureaud has joined Kraken Sonar Inc. as vice president of underwater systems. Gina Miller is to join as senior project manager of underwater systems. New innovations and increasing customer demand led Kraken to look for additions to their team. Both will focus on further developing Kraken’s sensors-to-systems strategy.


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