Keith Donaldson

Trihedral UK Limited

Keith Donaldson BSc (Hons) - Director of Business Development, Trihedral UK Limited

Keith started his 23-year career with Mobil North Sea Limited as part of their Facilities Management group looking after the telemetry and communications for their North Sea Assets. Moving to Kvaerner FSSL (now Aker Solutions), Keith worked developing their Software Monitoring and Controls systems for Subsea Control. At the turn of the millennium, Keith took up the Business Development position in Trihedral UK. This role is diverse and finds Keith working with VTScada to support Trihedral’s European OEM customers, writing Communications Drivers (AB CIP, IEC 60870-5-104, amongst many customer specific protocols), training and technical sales roles. Keith graduated from the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, Scotland, with an Honours degree in Computer Science.

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