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David gained an honours degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nottingham, England in 1966 after which he was retained as a Project Engineer with the AEI Co of UK working on large variable speed drives for marine propulsion systems.

In 1970, David was appointed as an Electrical Engineering Surveyor to Lloyd's Register of Shipping, London, England. During which time he completed a thesis on "Modelling a Ships Electrical System for Transient Stability Studies" and was awarded a Post Graduate Diploma in Control Engineering from the Council for National Academic Awards.

From 1979 to 1983, David was the Senior Electrical and Control Systems Engineer at Dome Petroleum Calgary, responsible for arctic marine and land based electrical systems. In 1983, David accepted a contract with NATO at the Saclant ASW Research Centre in La Spezia, Italy as a Project Engineer to oversee the design, construction, tests and trials of the electrical and control systems for a "state of the art" oceanographical research ship. In 1988 David was asked to head up Sandwell's electrical and control systems design work associated with the Canadian Coast Guard Polar 8 ice breaker project after which he was retained as their Electrical Engineering Manager for Marine, Mining and Special Projects.

In 1989, David formed DC Maritime Technologies Inc., (DCMT Inc.) and provides the company with the in-depth technical base necessary to produce specialised electro-technical services for the marine industry. With DCMT, David has undertaken many conceptual design projects, technical investigations and project management duties.

Education and Professional Affiliations

• Engineering Student Apprenticeship. 1962/67.
• B.Sc. Honours Class II Division I. 1966.
• C.N.A.A. Post Graduate Diploma. 1974.
• Professional Engineer. Province of British Columbia.
• Member Institute of Electrical Engineers, UK.
• Fellow Institution of Marine Engineers, UK.
• Member Canadian Institution of Marine Engineers.
• Member, IEC. TC 18 Electrical Installations on Ships; Fixed
  and  Mobile Off-shore Platforms. Chairman Canadian National

David C.D.Clark
P. Eng, C.Eng M.I.E.E. F.I.M.A.R.E.

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DC Maritime Technologies Inc.
407-1200 Lonsdale Ave.
North Vancouver, B.C.
V7M 3H6

Tel: (604)904-0525

Fax: (604)904-0711




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