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Fotech Acquired by bp Launchpad

bp Launchpad invested in Fotech because of their market-leading capabilities in the opto-electronic market, specifically in DAS technology.

bp saw the proven capability in Fotech’s solutions to reduce risk, increase efficiencies and minimise the carbon-footprint of certain industries.

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Fotech New Appointment - Maria Shiao

Fotech New Appointment - Maria Shiao

Fotech has appointed Smart Cities, IoT, and converging industries specialist Maria Shiao. A sales and business development executive and advisor across the telecoms and IoT sector, Shiao joins Fotech as Global Vice President of Sales. She brings 20 years’ experience developing new businesses and markets for leading telecoms and IT companies.

Fotech Acquired by bp Launchpad

Fotech Acquired by bp Launchpad

bp Launchpad's investment will enable Fotech to scale global deployment of technologies and increase commitments to world-class R&D.

Smart Cities and Security

Smart Cities and Security

The idea of a whole city working in perfect harmony via interconnected technology is a fascinating prospect, but security will be a concern.

Toyota’s Woven City: A Fanciful Future?

Toyota’s Woven City: A Fanciful Future?

What are the lessons existing urban areas can learn from a smart city designed from scratch?

DAS and NTT DATA’s Las Vegas Smart City Project

DAS and NTT DATA’s Las Vegas Smart City Project

DAS technology can enhance the value of existing smart city projects, from traffic management to public safety.

DAS Can Take Ubiwhere’s Smart Cities to the Next Level

DAS Can Take Ubiwhere’s Smart Cities to the Next Level

Find out how DAS can sync up with existing smart city projects and help meet the needs of citizens in growing cities.

Changing the Economics of Full Fibre Roll Outs

Changing the Economics of Full Fibre Roll Outs

Fibre networks are no longer about digital connectivity. They can be used as a powerful sensor network, connecting and creating an Internet of Things within cities.

A Leap Towards Zero Pipeline Incidents

A Leap Towards Zero Pipeline Incidents

With total pipeline incidents down by 17% but still not close to zero, what other technologies can help achieve this target?