Jul 24, 2021 Introducing Ryan Maughan, the newest "SAWCAP" member

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We are pleased to announce the appointment of award-winning engineer, Ryan Maughan, as an additional member of the Commercial Advisory Panel (“SAWCAP”) for our Surface Acoustic Wave business. Ryan has more than twenty years’ experience in the off-highway vehicle and electric vehicle markets, and will help Transense develop applications for SAW sensor technology to improve control, safety and efficiency in across a range of electric motor propulsion and drive systems.

Transense Technologies plc is pleased to confirm Ryan Maughan as an additional member of the Commercial Advisory Panel ("SAWCAP") for its Surface Acoustic Wave business. SAWCAP was formed in December 2020 to provide advice and support to the Board and management in the development of commercial strategy, sales and marketing activities and to forge strategic alliances.

Ryan is an award-winning engineer and business leader with more than 20 years' experience in the High-Performance, Heavy-Duty and Off-Highway Automotive markets. Prominent in the development of Power Electronics, Electric Motors and Drives (PEMD) for these demanding applications, he has successfully founded, scaled and exited three businesses in the electric vehicle space. He is currently CEO of eTech49 Limited, an advisory business specialising in disruptive hardware technology in PEMD. In addition, he is Chairman of EV North, an industry group representing the booming EV industry in the north of England, a board member of the North East LEP and an advisor to a number of corporations.

Ryan will help Transense to develop applications and opportunities for SAW sensor technology to improve control, safety and efficiency in electric motor propulsion and drive systems, across a range of high value applications and sectors.

Nigel Rogers, Executive Chairman of Transense, said:

"We are delighted to confirm Ryan as an additional member of SAWCAP. He brings a wealth of technical knowledge and applications expertise which is highly relevant to the commercialisation of our proven technology. His entrepreneurial background also provides valuable insights into the marketing and promotion of complex solutions and access to a wide network. We are looking forward to working with him on a number of new initiatives."

Ryan Maughan added:

"I am delighted to be part of the Transense SAWCAP at such an exciting time. There is significant potential for SAW technology to provide robust and reliable torque sensing in drive systems and electric motors to help improve control, safety and efficiency. The technology has already proven itself as a capable torque sensing solution in demanding applications such as aero engines and motorsport. I am looking forward to working with the team to transfer the technology into new applications."