LiveView Technologies is thrilled to announce that we are partnering with SFC Energy AG to expand our product offering. Currently, LVT Units rely on solar panels, batteries, and traditional fuel generators when necessary. These options allow for mobility of the units so we can provide security anywhere it’s needed. However, with the addition of the EFOY Pro 2400 fuel cells, LVT Units will have increased mobility and dependability.
The new fuel cell generator technology inside of the EFOY Pro has multiple advantages to traditional generators. The fuel cells are more efficient, quieter, and consume less fuel. Furthermore, they are also more environmentally friendly, emitting no nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, or fine dust.
“We are thrilled to partner with SFC Energy so we can provide rapidly deployed surveillance that is truly capable of operating anywhere on Earth—no power, no internet, no problem,” said Derek Boggs Director of Marketing and Demand Generation at LVT. “EFOY fuel cells either replace conventional generators or remove our sole dependency on solar power, so in areas where solar is not a viable option, we can still provide cutting edge security.”
The fuel cells further LVT’s goal to take security to the most remote places without the need for bulky infrastructure. “This advancement in hardware paired with our unmatched cloud-based remote monitoring platform solidifies our position as the market leader in enterprise surveillance,” said Boggs.
The fuel cells will be part of the mobile security trailers as a way to power them in remote areas where solar power is not reliable. This includes areas with frequent cloud cover or low amounts of sunlight and areas where snowfall consistently covers the panels. Read more about our partnership and how it will help further LVT’s mobility here.
SFC Energy AG is based out of Germany with North American offices in Canada. They are the leading provider of hydrogen and direct methanol fuel cells. SFC Energy has customers around the world and has sold more than 50,000 fuel cells to date. Learn more about them on their website.