Intelligent pipeline monitoring company Syrinix today announces the appointment of Daniel Ayres as its Field Service Engineer to provide project management and commissioning support services for its utility clients worldwide.

Founded in 2004, Syrinix has grown to become a leader in the development and delivery of intelligent pipeline monitoring solutions for the utility industry, with its core products being used extensively across the UK and internationally.

Daniel bringsDaniel_Ayres_Project_Engineer_Syrinix with him a wealth of electronics experience having spent 6 years with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) providing maintenance and routine failure for a range of various platforms within the British Army.

James Dunning, CEO, Syrinix said of the appointment “We are delighted to welcome Daniel, who is a highly experienced service engineer, to the team. Daniel will be able to provide certification and full project management services for the installation of our solutions along with on-site visits to help clients optimise their deployments of Syrinix solutions. Syrinix’s commitment is to quality and delivering value to its clients into the longer term.  This appointment is further evidence of our doing just tha.


“I am really looking forward to this change of direction, said Daniel, “Syrinix is a great company that has a true vision for future growth. I feel privileged to be given this opportunity and so soon after leaving the Army as I feel that I have gained the skills from my career with REME to apply to the solutions Syrinix provides. Working with utilities and sub-contractors on the installation and training will ensure that we are building a great long term partnership with our utility clients across the globe”

Daniel is married and lives London and enjoys playing golf in his spare time.