Water deluge fire suppression system
Issue 5 2022, Editor's Choice, Fire & Safety, Mining (Industry), Products & Solutions
The FS Group custom-designed and installed an electronically actuated water deluge fire suppression system for an underground explosives magazine, ensuring both the safety of miners and operations, as well as regulatory compliance.
Integrated fire protection for mines
Issue 2 2022, Fire & Safety
A recent installation of the latest fire detection and gas suppression technologies with custom integrations into the Mining Fire Control Network, was completed by the FS Group in 14 E-Houses for a mining client in West Africa.
FS Systems celebrates fifty years
Issue 1 2021, Editor's Choice
This year, FS Systems celebrates fifty years in the fire detection and enterprise security market, successfully executing projects in over nine countries in Africa and LATAM.
Keyless access control launched in Africa
May 2019, News & Events, Access Control & Identity Management, Agriculture (Industry)
FS-Systems launches a cutting-edge keyless access control solution for the critical infrastructure environment across the African market.
FS-Systems adds to its headcount
June 2017, News & Events, Security Services & Risk Management
Shawn Nortje has been appointed as business unit manager: SA projects at FS-Systems. He brings over 17 years’ experience in ICT operations and service delivery to the organisation and, was most recently, ...
Gold mine installs fire protection
September 2016, Fire & Safety
FS-Systems was approached by a large mining company in Ghana to upgrade its existing fire detection systems and replace them with the latest technology in fire detection and voice evacuation systems.
FS-Systems in equity deal
March 2016, News & Events
Broadreach Private Equity, in partnership with Grindrod Financial Services, has entered into an agreement to acquire an equity stake in FS-Systems.
Selecting a suitable system integrator
June 2015, C3 Shared Services, Integrated Solutions
So how do successful SIs operate in a market where cheap-and-nasty is always a competitor and users are often uneducated as to what real, integrated solutions can do and cost.