TeleEye SA launches

February 2017 News, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

After being founded by certified thermographers and thermal imaging experts over a decade ago, TeleEye SA has now launched

This web portal showcases offerings within categories that include thermal devices, commercial security, outdoor, tactical, instrumentation, building, mechanical, electrical as well as unmanned aerial systems. It enables online shoppers to receive personalised advice before making a purchase.

Philip Smerkovitz.
Philip Smerkovitz.

"TeleEye SA has many years’ experience providing industries and consumers across South Africa with imaging, sensing and security products. We wanted to bring that experience to the online world while still offering the guaranteed personalised pre-sales service and after-sales support of a bricks and mortar retail store," said TeleEye SA managing director, Philip Smerkovitz.

GoThermal's parent company has carved out its reputation in one of the world's most sophisticated thermal markets. TeleEye SA is the leading South African distributor of a wide range of surveillance products, FLIR thermal imaging products, DJI industrial drones and accessories, as well as Optex detection devices.

TeleEye SA has supplied thermal vision and security solutions to such flagship real-world installations as the Google-backed Jasper solar power plant in the Karoo, Eskom substations, and various mobile base stations for South Africa’s leading cellular providers. TeleEye SA’s range of heat-detecting cameras are also thermal measurement, instrument and data recorders that add tremendous value to drone operations and services.

All of this advanced hardware is now available at

"Other reasons to confidently choose GoThermal include the fact we are an authorised FLIR security product in and out-of-warranty repair centre, we keep a constant supply of popular stock items ensuring rapid delivery, and we are certified to run thermal training courses. All of this means you really are partnering with the best in the business," concludes Smerkovitz.


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