Future Fibre Technologies Wins the Manufacturer of the Year Award at the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame 2014

Future Fibre Technologies (FFT), the global leader in fibre optic intrusion detection systems, which deliverers highly intelligent intrusion detection solutions, was awarded the Manufacturer of the Year in the medium sized business category at the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame 2014.

FFT joined an elite group of Victorian manufacturers at the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame 2014 ceremony, to celebrate manufacturing excellence with key decision makers from the manufacturing sector.

The Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame awards ceremony is an annual industry event that is dedicated to celebrating manufacturing excellence, and recognising sustained contribution to the manufacturing industry.

The Minister for Manufacturing, The Hon. David Hodgett, MP presented FFT with the 2014 Manufacturer of the Year Award (Medium Business).

Future Fibre Technologies CEO, Rob Broomfield said, “We are proud to be acknowledged for our manufacturing excellence over the years and receive this prestigious award. FFT is committed to the ongoing development and manufacturing of sophisticated fibre optic sensing technologies, harnessing the talent of FFT’s highly skilled staff, and applying FFT’s innovative technology to the protection of high value assets and critical infrastructure around the globe”.

“We see huge potential; as security continues to evolve with more advanced features, we’re pleased to be able to contribute with our leading fibre optic based solutions” He added.

FFT intrusion detection solutions applications include: perimeter protection, pipeline monitoring and communications data network security. FFT’s technology is supported by a global network of expert technical support engineers and accredited partners located around the world, delivering technical support services in more than 55 countries. FFT global network also include regional sales and support offices in Australia, the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, South Africa, and India.