Due to an increase in demand for acoustic fish deterrents (AFDs), Fish Guidance Systems is delighted to announce the addition of three new members to its team.
New projects, from across the globe, means that the constant innovation and research that has kept Fish Guidance Systems at the forefront of the industry for over 25 years, requires additional support and expertise. The addition of Nikhil Mistry, Paul Qureshi and Innes Macdonald in the roles of acoustician, lead research and development engineer, and business development executive respectively means that this work can now expand into new projects and territories.
Experts in acoustic fish deterrents
Fish Guidance Systems’ projects are tailored to control the movement of species, such as invasive carp, Salmon, and Eels. The systems use Sound Projector Arrays, High Intensity Lights, and other stimuli to guide and deter fish from harmful or restricted areas. Fish Guidance Systems technology and expertise are found in projects around the world, including at nuclear power stations, and major infrastructure projects such as locks and dams
An introduction to Fish Guidance Systems’ newest additions
Business Development Executive: Innes Macdonald
Innes joined Fish Guidance Systems at the start of January and has a background in lead generation and digital marketing. His position as Business Development Executive focuses on building strong and lasting relationships with clients across the public and private sector, whilst also managing the company website, social media, and email marketing content.
Acoustician: Nikhil Mistry
Nikhil’s academic background is in underwater acoustics research; combining sonar technology with ecology. He has also studied architectural acoustics, environmental noise design, and even cancer research. His position as Acoustician within Fish Guidance Systems focuses on research and development, with the aim of bringing fresh, innovative ideas to Fish Guidance Systems’ acoustic technology.
In addition, Nikhil will also focus on assessing existing systems, with the aim of improving efficiency and integrating new methods and technologies.
Lead Research and Development Engineer: Paul Qureshi
With a background in software and hardware engineering, Paul has developed numerous embedded systems, creating firmware from scratch, and worked with Linux and Windows operating systems. His position as Lead Research and Development Engineer means he is responsible for the development of each projects’ computer software and systems. Paul is also charged with building the next generation of Fish Guidance Systems products with the rest of the team.
David Lambert, Managing Director of Fish Guidance Systems stated: “We are proud to have been able to continue thriving and expanding during the Covid-19 pandemic. This is demonstrated by our ability to welcome three new members of staff to our exceptional team. It is exciting to see this level of growth within the first two months of 2021, and we are confident the newest additions to our team can help the company continue to move forward in the right direction.”
If you have an upcoming project that requires our expertise then please contact Innes Macdonald on [email protected] or call +44(0)1489 880 420.