Appointed Engineering Director in 2020, Malik overseas the development and delivery of all our products and systems.
Since joining Sonardyne in 2003, initially working in the system test group, Malik has gone on to manage the development of Sonardyne’s hybrid inertial systems for Subsea vehicles. Following the successful development, launch and roll-out of SPRINT subsea INS into the offshore industry, Malik became overall manager of Inertial Navigation Systems in 2014.
In his current role as Engineering Director, Malik now oversees the development and delivery of all products and systems, including those for marine autonomy applications.
Before joining Sonardyne, Malik spent nine years working in the software industry on various development and systems integration projects. He has an MSc in Hydrographic Survey from University College London.