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Onwave announces Ken Lambert as Senior Business Development Manager

Ken Lambert has recently joined Onwave as Business Development Manager to manage our relationships with key clients in the Rail and Infrastructure Sectors. Ken will focus on supporting the further development and roll out of our geo-fencing technology (OWL) which he has been instrumental in promoting as part of the Safety Taskforce within Network Rail over the last few years.

Ken brings with him over 37 years of experience from his time with Network Rail, which will further enhance the existing Rail sector experience within the Onwave team. Ken will be responsible for supporting the expansion of our customer base within this key sector bringing his in-depth practical knowledge of Network Rail and geo fencing technology to ensure that customer requirements are fully satisfied.

Ken has grown up working on the railway and experiencing first-hand the operational difficulties of running a modern day railway whilst keeping people safe.


Ken said: “I am excited to join Onwave and be part of a company that continues to drive safety innovation for its customers and their people.”

Andy Mehaffey Managing Director of Onwave said: “It is a real coup to have Ken join us, his experience and reputation in the rail industry for driving safety are completely aligned to our objectives. His in-depth knowledge and understanding will help us to continue to support the safety ambitions of the rail industry, for everyone home safe every day”.

Onwave have become the market leaders of geofencing technology with our innovative solution, OWL. OWL is a product approved geofencing solution as referenced in the recently updated Network Rail Standard NR_L2_OHS_501_W4 which details how the technology can be deployed to improve Track Worker Safety.

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