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Wireless

Alternative wireless connections (23/11/2017)

In certain instances it is not possible to connect network components utilised in industry with a fibre connection.  Therefore alternative wireless connections must be made available.

“When wireless connections are needed for the inter-networking of devices ie. the Internet of Things (IoT), there are two key options to choose from, namely narrow-band IoT (NB-IoT) and broadband IoT”, states Bradley Hemphill, Director, EES Live (Pty) Ltd. 

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IoT

The IoT can make a major impact on Africa (26/06/2017)

“The Internet of Things (IoT), which bridges the digital and physical world, is already making its mark in Africa as smart connected devices are being deployed and the use of connected hardware emerges. However, it has the potential to make a far more significant impact on the region, as long as circumstances specific to the continent are taken into consideration.”

This is according to Bradley Hemphill, Managing Director, EES Live (Pty) Ltd, an ISO 9001:2008 compliant company, which provides network, electronics and electrical services and solutions. EES Live specialises in the integration of multiple system infrastructure including ICT, data centres, security, audio visual, building automation systems and special systems coordination.

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Fibre

Decreasing fibre installation costs (28/03/2017)

South Africa is currently experiencing phenomenal activity in the roll-out of fibre optic cables.  While no-one disputes that the installation of fibre presents tremendous opportunities, the question being asked is how will this demanding initiative affect consumers’ Internet connection costs?     

With speeds of up to 100 Mbps, fibre will provide unsurpassed Internet speeds.  It is also exceptionally reliable, highly secure and able to withstand testing weather conditions. 

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EES Live

EES – new horizons (09/02/2017)

We are currently experiencing a global technological revolution due to the exceptional progress in technology which is taking place at breakneck speed throughout the world. This revolution is profoundly transforming client interactions and the way we do business.

“To keep pace with this digital progress we at EES have relooked our corporate strategy, and have honed our services and solutions to enhance their relevance to our market,” says Bradley Hemphill, Managing Director, EES Live (Pty) Ltd. “The services and solutions we are focusing on this year are networks, electronics and electrical.

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EES Projectsand Technical Bulletins

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  • Alexander Forbes

    Alexander Forbes, Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa Client: Alexander Forbes Contact : Alexander Forbes – Brad Eliot Contract period : June 2011 – October 2012
  • CTIA

    Cape Town International Airport, Cape Town, South Africa Client: Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) Contact : ACSA PM – B. Bhika, Target
  • CTICC

    Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town, South Africa Client / End User: Sun International / Cape Town International Convention Center Contact
  • Gautrain

    Gautrain Sandton Station, Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa Client: Murray & Roberts / Bombela Contact : Murray & Roberts – Andrew Fanton Contract period
  • CT Stadium

    Cape Town Stadium Client: City of Cape Town Contact : MDA Projects – I. Taylor Contract period : April 2007 – May 2010 Scope
  • Consol Glass

    Consol Glass, Bellville, Western Cape, South Africa Client: Consol Glass B4 furnace rebuild Contact : Consol Glass – Craig Findlay Contract period
  • Skorpion Mine

    ETP Clarifier, Skorpion Zinc Mine, Rosh Pinah, Namibia Client: Skorpion Zinc Contact : M. Lincoln Contract period : August 2005 - April 2006
  • CCTV Surveillance

    Khayelitsha & Mitchells Plain CCTV Surveillance, Cape Town, South Africa Client: City of Cape Town Contact : R. Wagiet Contract period