Published on 29 September, 2011
|The security suite will display ADPRO's video, audio and PIR surveillance solutions|
Xtralis, the company behind the award winning range of technologies for the early, accurate and remote detection of threats to critical assets and infrastructure, is moving to new premises in October as the business continues to expand.
The new facility, at The People Building in Hemel Hempstead, UK will be the new headquarters for Xtralis' UK operations from which its sales, marketing, administrative, training and technical support teams will be based.
The new offices also include bespoke customer life safety and security demonstration suites. The security suite will display market leading ADPRO's video, audio and PIR surveillance solutions with an emphasis on the award winning ADPRO FastTrace 2 video and audio transmission technology. The life safety suite will feature the legendary VESDA and ICAM ranges, augmented with ECO for reliable flammable and toxic gas detection, as well as its award-winning OSID (Open-area Smoke Imaging Detection) technology reinventing open area smoke detection.
Xtralis has seen a significant increase in demand for product training due to the growth in number of customers and the applications that take advantage of new technologies recently introduced by the company. In response, the training facilities will be expanded to provide more in-depth, hands-on training. The courses will be structured to meet the needs of the various audiences including integrators, central stations, consultants and installers with a flexible scheduling approach. In the near future, the training facilities will be expanded to include the newly acquired Heitel range of products as well to provide the most comprehensive catalogue of courses for all customers.
"This move is a very positive change for both Xtralis employees and our customers," said Mick Goodfellow, Xtralis VP Sales Europe, "this move is a result of hard work and dedication to growing the business and providing a positive environment for customer training and demonstrations."
Mick added: "As Xtralis continues to grow, we will continue to listen to our customers and adapt our company, people, products and facilities to best meet the requirements necessary to provide a positive customer experience at all times."