Fotech launches next generation monitoring and detection solution that allow a faster, cost effective and more systematic deployment in long linear assets such as pipelines and perimeters
Threats to the integrity of subsea cables are becoming more sophisticated. But so, too, is DAS cable monitoring technology, as we explore in this blog.
The perimeter security market is set to grow to US$96.5 billion by 2026. So, how do customers navigate the different solutions on offer? Find out in our latest blog.
Fotech, a bp launchpad company, has signed a non-exclusive MOU with C3SS, a South Africa-based perimeter and infrastructure security company, to target specific African markets
Silva’s global remit is to increase the innovation and efficiency of Fotech products as well as responsibility for leading the teams who develop and support Fotech’s technology products’ hardware and software.
Renewable UK’s EnergyPulse Report reveals the growing capacity of offshore wind as a power source. DAS wind cable monitoring has an important role in protecting the supply chain.
As bp buys up 40% of Australia’s Pilbara Renewable Energy Project, we explore the benefits of green hydrocarbon and how DAS asset monitoring can safeguard its production.
With Net Zero Teesside pioneering new carbon capture storage facilities in the UK, DAS technology can support a greener future by protecting CCUS pipelines.
Fotech appoints Chris Ferguson as new Global Product Owner for Security as the company continues to scale up.
External Leak Detection Systems (LDS) have been included in American Petroleum Institute (API) standards for the first time, a major milestone for DAS technology and enhancing pipeline safety in the O&G pipeline industry.
Fotech Promotes Stuart Bausor to Regional Sales Specialist for the European region.
Fotech appoints Jean-Yves Le Gall as Chief Sales Officer as the company continues to scale up