Circuit Gulf opens office in Dubai
Dubai, April 13, 2010
Egypt-based Circuit Gulf, an extra low voltage (ELV) automation systems consultancy, said it has opened an office in Dubai Silicon Oasis to consolidate its growing residential and corporate business across the UAE.
A subsidiary of Circuit Holding, the company offers full consultancy and installation services, spanning all residential and commercial properties.
Circuit also provides full technology management systems, such as smart video analysis, touch screens and surfaces, as well as integrated controls and state of the art biometric solutions, said Nathan Williams, Circuit Gulf general manager.
He pointed out that despite the tough economic climate, the company had continued to thrive over the past 12 months.
'It has completed multi-million dollar projects in the UAE, including contracts for the royal family in both Abu Dhabi and Al Ain and various residential and commercial projects on Palm Jumeirah and Emirates Hills, cementing its enviable market reputation,' Williams noted.
“As the commercial hub of the GCC countries, Dubai is an ideal location to service our existing clients as well as compete for potential new business not only in the UAE, but throughout the Gulf economies,” he added.
Circuit will also be showcasing a number of innovative products at this month’s Professional Audio, Light, Entertainment, Music and AV Exhibition (PALME), the region’s leading AV trade show, taking place at Dubai International Exhibitions Centre from April 18 to 20.
Circuit is featuring the very latest in-home technology including AMX touch panels, Sony video conferencing, and video walls in a fully integrated home set up.
Circuit also has a specialist consulting team of engineers to assist clients from conceptualisation through to completion bringing with them experience of many top international automation brands, said Williams.
“Implementing the latest technology has many long-term economic and environmental benefits, including reducing power consumption and manpower requirements for corporations by centralising equipment control and administration,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service