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Fotech appoints Jean-Yves Le Gall as Chief Sales Officer

Fotech appoints Jean-Yves Le Gall as Chief Sales Officer as the company continues to scale up

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May 10 2022

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Solving the Data Dilemma

Solving the Data Dilemma

How Smart Cities Benefit from Fibre Optic Technology

Data, and the sensors and technology used to collect it is central to smart city development. It gives decision-makers valuable insights to efficiently manage assets, resources and services.

 

 

Designing cities with intent – why getting the infrastructure right matters | Fotech blog

Designing cities with intent – why getting the infrastructure right matters | Fotech blog

The development of smart cities worldwide, and the benefits they aim to bring to residents - DAS technology plays an important role, as our blog explains.

Meet The Team - Taiwo  Walcott

Meet The Team - Taiwo Walcott

Our Meet the Team articles throughout the year have showcased what working at Fotech means to people.

Celebrating International Women in Engineering Day

Celebrating International Women in Engineering Day

Today is International Women in Engineering Day, and to celebrate, we’re talking to Maria Shiao, our Chief Sales Officer about her route into engineering.

Fotech New Appointment - Steve Cammish

Fotech New Appointment - Steve Cammish

With more than 25 years' experience in leading teams to develop new technologies in artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT) and data management across a range of industries, Cammish joins Fotech at an exciting and challenging point in its growth. 

Can Pipeline Operators Afford to Lose Millions in Lost Fuel? 

Can Pipeline Operators Afford to Lose Millions in Lost Fuel? 

Pipeline safety is major news. The recent cyber-attack on the Colonial Pipeline, which caused the largest pipeline in the US to shut down for days, has highlighted the very real and present threat to oil and gas supplies. It has brought pipeline safety front of mind.  

 

 

Podcast - How DAS and Fibre Optic Sensing Can Help Cities Get Smarter

Podcast - How DAS and Fibre Optic Sensing Can Help Cities Get Smarter

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 New Appointment - Susan Moritz

Fotech New Appointment - Susan Moritz

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.

Managing Pipeline Monitoring in Remote Environments

Managing Pipeline Monitoring in Remote Environments

Pipeline monitoring in remote environments is a global challenge for oil & gas operators. Find out how DAS technology is changing this, with real-time monitoring to within metres.

Meet The Team  |  Matthew Petty

Meet The Team | Matthew Petty

Our Meet the Team articles throughout the year have showcased what working at Fotech means to people.

Meet The Team Interview - Jane Garratt

Meet The Team Interview - Jane Garratt

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. 

Meet The Team Interview - Nathan Stalker

Meet The Team Interview - Nathan Stalker

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. 

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