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The real and virtual worlds are integrating at a steadily increased pace, the Internet of Things is pushing the evolutionary journey towards the fourth industrial revolution with various far-reaching consequences.

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  • First of its kind hi-tech fire trailer supplied to local crude oil depot
    by webmaster on August 16, 2016 at 10:54 am

    Cape Town based fire protection specialists, DoseTech, have recently supplied one of the most advanced firefighting trailer mounted units to a local crude oil storage depot, for quick and effective knock-down in the event of fire at the facility. The combined proportioner and monitor unit is fully portable and uses no external power source to deliver between 5,000 – 22,000ℓ/min of fire suppressing foam and water at distances up to 120m. […]

  • Fire-water monitors enhance fire protection at local fuel tanker wharf
    by admin on October 22, 2015 at 4:25 am

    Cape Town-based fire- protection technology provider DoseTech Fire aims to complete the installation of a fire protection upgrade system at the Cape Town harbour’s fuel tanker unloading wharf by the end of this year, says company MD Mike Feldon. The order, received in June from Cape Town harbour, involves the supply of nine Akron Conquest electric remote-controlled fire-water monitor systems – the largest Akron order from Southern Africa to date. […]

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  • 5 Ways To Play The Gaming Boom
    by Meredith Taylor on September 25, 2017 at 9:41 pm

    The gaming industry is a raging bull, because it’s nothing like it used to be. Games are no longer just physical products - they’re digital, and they can be updated, streamed, and improved on the fly. Game developers aren’t solely focused on selling discs and cartridges anymore – they’re building immersive worlds and casual mobile games that players can engage with over and over again. Games are a service built on mobility, connectivity and engagement.. The video-gaming industry is set to reach $108.9 billion in worldwid […]

  • What Happens If Trump Trashes The Iran Nuclear Deal?
    by Nick Cunningham on September 25, 2017 at 9:11 pm

    U.S. President Donald Trump trashed the Iran nuclear deal at the UN last week, sparking speculation about whether he intends to pull the U.S. out of the deal before a key deadline by mid-October. The U.S. president needs to recertify the agreement every three months, with the latest deadline coming up on October 15. There’s speculation that this time around, President Trump won’t issue a recertification, a move that could trigger the withdrawal of the U.S. from the international accord, with far-reaching consequences for U.S.-Iranian […]

    by RWilliams on September 20, 2017 at 7:55 am

    General NewsPort of Saldanha’s New LPG Terminal Launched SOUTH AFRICA: A new open-access liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) plant has been opened at the Port of Saldanha on the West Coast of South Africa and will aid in increasing the use of environmentally-friendly and affordable LPG in the national energy mix... […]

  • PetroSA upbeat about gas exploration
    by RWilliams on September 18, 2017 at 10:00 am

    General NewsPetroSA upbeat about gas exploration 12th September 2017 By: Kim Cloete SOMERSET WEST (miningweekly.com) – Despite a slowdown in exploration and an underinvested industry, South Africa still holds great prospects for exploration in gas , believes PetroSA chief geophysicist Peter Dekker . He told... […]


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