We barely had time to welcome our new software developer Morten Helsinghof before he, like most others in K + I, was sent home to work on government request. Fortunately, Morten was able to join us on our study trip to Iceland, where he met his new colleagues and got a feel for the company culture.
Morten is a trained software developer and is going to be a part of our monitoring department, where he will work with sensor development as well as our structural health monitoring platform Senmos. He has previously worked with monitoring of thermostats and has among other things helped to set up a system for server monitoring, made programs to simulate thermostats, performed stress tests and optimized software. In his own words, the transition to working with sensors and structural health monitoring will be painless and exciting.
Morten has taken the job at K+I, partly because he wants to work somewhere where he can help shape the work and have influence on how the department develops. He has previously built a department up from just two people to a large well-functioning department with many employees, and he is now excited to once more get the chance to be a key player in a smaller company with a flat company structure and great flexibility in the tasks and roles of the employees.
At K+I we have no doubt that Morten will greatly strengthen our monitoring department, and that he will be a great fit at the office once we all, hopefully soon, return.