New ESDA members

June 2017 Associations, News

ESDA has welcomed two new members to the association: Active Track and Quantum Design.

Quantum Design and Engineering

Marius Celliers, director and developer of QDE.
Marius Celliers, director and developer of QDE.

Quantum Design and Engineering was established in 2012. The company provides clients with full turnkey solutions, from pepper gas alarm systems, providing and installing CCTV camera systems and SMS Commanders to facility/building management systems, industrial automation and product development. The company is a proud designer, developer and manufacturer of products made in South Africa by South Africans.

Quantum employees come from an industrial automation background and have a combined experience in excess of 30 years in the following fields:

• PLC/HMI system design and implementation

• Tele-control systems.

• Embedded software design.

• Industrial specification network design and implementation.

• 32-bit/64-bit Windows-based software application design.

• IT networking systems (commercial and industrial).

• Virtualisation of servers.

• Wireless network design and implementation.

• Access control systems.

• CCTV systems.

For more information contact Quantum Design and Engineering, +27 (0)21 905 0371, info@qde.co.za, www.qde.co.za

Active Track

Active Track is a proudly South African entity which specialises in workforce management and reduction of payroll, nationwide. It focuses on installation, integration, maintenance and product sales, etc.

Active Track.
Active Track.

Products it offers includes the Active Track, a personnel-monitoring device, engineered to ensure that guards are awake, carrying out patrols correctly and assisted in emergencies. The company also offers the FPX10 mobile product designed to capture time and attendance. Data integrates into one’s payroll management system, resulting in reduced unwanted overtime and only paying for real hours worked.

Both devices boast GSM, GPS and RFID capabilities, panic functions and tamperproof design. There are no additional maintenance costs.

Both the Active Track and FPX10 devices are mobile. This is particularly important when it comes to the biometric clocking system, the FPX10. It has a battery life of up to three days, which enables it to be used on site where no power is available.

Active Track boasts a dedicated 24-hour support centre, equipped to provide assistance to both the Active Track and FPX10 users at any time of day.

For more information contact Active Track, +27 (0)11 551 1687, info@activetrack.co.za, www.activetrack.co.za


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