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Video smoke detection for far eastern markets

D-tec Video Smoke Detection Systems : 06 September, 2007  (Company News)
D-Tec hosts local video smoke detection training in Hong Kong as a first step into the far Eastern market.
CCTV camera-based Video Smoke Detection (VSD) pioneer, D-Tec - part of
AD Group - has undertaken an intensive three-day training session in
Hong Kong for its partners in the Far East, the first time that the
company has delivered this type of event in the region.

The in-depth training was designed to strengthen D-Tec's relationship
with its key partners in this fast growing area, and to offer them
valuable back-up and support as they expand the customer base in the Far
East for VSD technology.

In Hong Kong, the itinerary focused primarily on sales and product
training for D-Tec's latest generation of VSD systems and covered
typical applications in voluminous areas where detecting smoke at source
gives it a major advantage over conventional detection technologies.
Sessions also concentrated on future hardware and software developments
and all aspects of the company's powerful, NetVu Connected, FireVu
solution, including a series of hands-on demonstrations.
Companies represented at the Hong Kong event included: Deluge Fire
(Singapore), G4S (Hong Kong), GST (China), Shinwha Electronics (South
Korea), Altech (Japan) and Constant Fire (Taiwan).

Wayne Lee, Director, Constant Fire, who was one of the attendees,
commented: 'The training event has proved extremely valuable as it has
allowed us to fully appreciate the real potential of D-Tec systems such
as FireVu; where they can be most effective, and it has ensured that we
are best equipped to undertake commissioning work for future customers
and to offer long-term maintenance support.'

Ian Moore, Managing Director at D-Tec who was part of the three-strong
team delivering the training, said: 'The event in Hong Kong, organized
by Malcolm Gatenby, D-Tec's Export Manager for the Far East, follows on
from a very successful session held in Dubai last November for our
partners in the Middle East region and underlines our determination to
maintain D-Tec's position as the global leader in video smoke detection.

'Looking ahead, there is little doubt that the Far East is going to be
an extremely important region for D-Tec's future development. Already
there is tremendous interest in our latest FireVu IP based Video Smoke
Detection (VSD) system with China showing a strong surge in business -
doubling year-on-year for the last three years. Parallel to this we have
witnessed an expansion in the range of applications being considered for
this technology - beyond the more usual aircraft hangars or industrial
plants - to include large warehouses and even gymnasiums. This move into
new sectors is being driven, I believe, by the proven capability of the
technology to deliver an effective, timely, response to potential
incidents and, crucially, the favourable cost of ownership of our VSD
technology compared to more conventional solutions.'

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