World Class Technical Team

Professor Jim McLaughlin, CTO and Founder – a Physicist and Charted Engineer, is a Co-Founder and Director of the Company and oversees many of its on-going sensor development projects. He is also currently a Professor of Nanotechnology in the School of Engineering at Ulster University and Director of the Nanotechnology and Integrated Bio-Engineering Centre

David Branagh, Engineering Director – a chartered engineer and EMBA holder David has led the in-hospital device development in Intelesens for the past 8 years.  Prior to joining Intelesens David led engineering teams in the domains of professional audio (DTS) and telecoms (Nortel Networks). 

Ian McCullough, Engineering Director - Ian is an accomplished engineer with over 15 years product development and management experience. He is currently responsible for developing and leading the vision for the company’s Home Monitoring business unit, as well as leading the Intelesens engineering effort in the $10 million Qualcomm Tricorder XPrize competition. Prior to joining Intelesens in 2005, he held previous engineering positions at Zarlink Semiconductor (Swindon, UK) and Saurer Allma (Kempten, Germany)

Jonathan Francey, Principal Software Engineer – Jonathan joined Intelesens in 2008 to work on the development of device firmware and ECG algorithms for the home and hospital products. This role later expanded to cover aspects of the Intelesens web and PC software as well as overseeing the software team at the company as it grew. Jonathan is an Electrical and Electronic Engineer graduate form Queen’s University Belfast and has previous experience in the telecoms industry where he worked on a project to help deliver BT’s 21st Century network. 

Nicola Donnelly, Clinical Research Manager – Nicola has worked with Intelesens for the last eight years, coordinating internal and external testing, evaluation and clinical investigation of their home and hospital based wireless vital signs monitoring solutions. Nicola has a degree in Biomedical Engineering from Ulster University and is currently undertaking a part time PhD in the application of vital signs surveillance monitoring in the hospital and home