FFT opens its new office in India to serve the local market

Future Fibre Technologies (FFT) has opened a new office in Delhi to service and support the company’s growing activity within India.

India’s development, rapid population growth and the increased security risks around the globe combine to present special challenges to the suppliers and operators responsible for protecting the critical national infrastructures.  The opening of the new office, strategically located at Gurgaon near both the Indira Gandhi International Airport and Cyber City, and within the technology centre of Delhi, signals FFT’s commitment to increasing awareness and knowledge of fibre optic based security solutions in the region.

FFT is no stranger to India.  The company has been active in many projects in recent years including the highly successful deployment of perimeter intrusion detection and pipeline protection systems at LNG and petrochemical plants.

FFT’s new office, managed by Mr. Sanjay Oberoi the newly appointed Country Manager for India, will house a full demo suite for Technical Training & Product Demonstrations along with local sales and technical support staff.

Mr. Oberoi, who has worked with both security systems and fibre optic products for many years in India, is familiar with the special challenges facing those responsible for security in the region and his expertise and experience will assist the company’s new and existing customers identify the best solution available.

Mr. Oberoi says that “Regardless of the application or solution selected, the most important item by far in any security plan is to actually have a plan, and secondly, to have a procedure in place for responding to an intrusion when it occurs.    There’s no doubt that the latest generation of detection products are far more advanced than their predecessors, resulting in quicker, cheaper and smarter protection of assets and critical infrastructures”.

FFT has a range of market leading intrusion detection solutions for perimeter and border fences, buried pipelines, and the physical protection of wide area network infrastructures.