Arnaud DisantArnaud Disant is a Senior Research Engineer with a strong maritime background in electronics and electrics including IoT, sensors and marine data communications. He is also the inventor of SeaFi.

Arnaud is a consultant for the private and public sectors (CIT, UCD, Irish Navy). Anticipating the IoT revolution, he has designed and delivered private marine wireless network infrastructures for Port of Cork, Port of Waterford and Rosslare Europort in Ireland. Arnaud has been awarded several Innovation Awards.

As a Lecturer in Marine Data Communications to Electro Technical Officers for the National Maritime College of Ireland, he was presented in 2015 the Excellence in Maritime Education Award by the Maritime Community for his work in Marine Electro-Technical Engineering.
In 1987, at the age of 21, Arnaud spent a year as coxswain in the Amazon deep forest with the French 24th Regiment of Naval Infantry.

Since 2020, Arnaud holds the world record title for the longest transmission between a vessel at sea and a lighthouse.