Since its inception over 30-years-ago, Pyronix has reached a market-leading position thanks to its unwavering focus on engineering excellence and cutting-edge technology. This commitment has allowed it to continuously deliver innovative intruder prevention equipment for use in residential, commercial and industrial applications to the market.

Enforcer two-way wireless technology

The company ensures its success by continuously introducing new products to their already extensive range, that fit specifically identified gaps in the market. These include the award-winning Enforcer two-way wireless technology, the PyronixCloud and HomeControl+ innovations. Alongside this Pyronix continues to invest in certifying its products to the latest EN50131 standards and supporting an ambitious programme of developing the next generation of products.

A multi-million-pound investment in 2015 culminated in opening a brand new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in the UK, while in May 2016, this privately-owned company became a part of the largest supplier of surveillance equipment in the world, Hikvision. This China-based multinational immediately invested in adding more resources to the Pyronix R&D team and in developing an aggressive strategy to considerably expand the Pyronix product range and strengthen its worldwide market position.

Hikvision acquires Pyronix Since this acquisition, Pyronix is undergoing significant change, with largescale developments to both staffing and infrastructure

Since this acquisition, Pyronix is undergoing significant change, with largescale developments to both staffing and infrastructure, as it increasingly releases more innovative products and services to new and established markets.

As such, a brand-new innovation centre in Doncaster has been opened; housing Pyronix’ R&D, Technical Support, Test and Marketing Teams. This state-of-the-art facility adds valuable space to the business to cater for the increasing staff numbers, to develop more innovative products to bring to market.

Infrastructural changes and new innovations

While improving the infrastructure of the business, Pyronix has also remained as committed as ever to improving and developing every facet of the business to deliver customer satisfaction and service. This year alone the business has achieved BSI standard ISO 9001:2015, two-years ahead of their target. Based on a platform that brings commonality to all management system standards, this new standard will help maintain consistency and apply common language across all standards. The key changes are: emphasis on leadership, focus on risk management, emphasis on objectives measurement and change, communication and awareness and fewer prescriptive requirements.

As the industry converges to new technologies and competes with new markets, it is extremely exciting to see Pyronix spearhead innovations and improvements with its products, services and infrastructures. As a business, Pyronix has always been devoted to strengthening partnerships and developing innovative ways of supplying the best possible solutions to meet their customers’ needs and this is a trend that they remain firmly committed to.

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