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Delacom Detection Systems

Patented Technology detects explosive and lethal gasses as small as a few centimeters sq. from 20 meters to wildfires from 10 kilometers.

Company Summary

DDS ERMT™ core technology utilizes edge of the envelope video analytics to provide instantaneous detection of smoke and fire; explosive, toxic and greenhouse fugitive gases; intruders and suspicious objects. These systems are meant to preserve the forests and homes from forest fire damages, provide instantaneous alarms for the leakage of explosive, lethal and greenhous gases, and protect industrial sites from fire, intruders and other hazards.


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    Enis Cetin

    Prof. Dr. Cetin is world-renowned innovator of DDS Detection Technologies. Senior faculty (IEEE) at Bilkent University in Ankara, Cetin received his PhD at the University of Pennsylvania in 1987. Author of numerous papers on ‘algorithmic computer vision', based on optical wavelet analysis, he is US and Turkish patent holder of the Delacom ERMT technology. He is a pioneer of both the vapor and wildfire detection applications of DDC technology.

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    Dennis Akers

    Mr. Akers commands over 30-years leadership experience in launching and propelling high-technology enterprises to double-digit growth and highly-promising investment grade return performance. In leading Delacom Detection Systems from the venture level to the production-stage growth phase of expansion, he has introduced the firm’s technologies and product lines across global markets, resulting in doubling of revenue growth over 16 months.

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    Paul Ernst Krammling
    VP and Director of Business Development

    Paul Krammling is a business development and marketing expert who has worked with major leading companies for more than 24 years with the focus on Eastern and Southern Europe. He drove various tenders for forest fire prevention systems in France. Being in charge of DDS activities in Europe, he is engaged in identifying projects, government or privately funded, and local system integrators. Paul speaks German, English, French, Italian and Spanish.