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.
The future of smart cities – and for cities on a journey to become smarter – is inextricably linked to the humble fibre optic cable, not just doing its communication duty, but also working as a continuous microphone, listening to and, thanks to software and AI, analysing vibrations.
Fotech appoints Susan Moritz to its leadership team in a newly created Chief Operating Officer role, effective immediately. With experience in building and managing global teams, Moritz is a senior project and operations leader. She brings 20 years of experience working in the specialist software and hospitality sectors.
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 Chief Sales Officer. She brings 20 years’ experience developing new businesses and markets for leading telecoms and IT companies.
As part of our Meet The Team feature, we’ve been sharing with you interviews with the people behind Fotech and letting you know the inside track on the roles they perform in our organisation. This week sees us catch up with Jane to talk to her about her busy role in Service and Logistics.
As part of our Meet the Team feature, we'll be sharing with you interviews with the people behind Fotech and the diverse roles they perform in our organisation. It was great to be able to talk in-depth with Nathan about his role as Fotech's Talent Manager.
Find out how DAS can sync up with existing smart city projects and help meet the needs of citizens in growing cities.
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.