2005 – EMS expands Technology House further to accommodate a continued upturn in business – there are now in excess of 100 staff.
2010 – Incorporating EMS Smart Cluster Technology (SCT) and utilising the 868 MHz European harmonised frequency band, FireCell was the first wireless fire system to meet EN54-25 and boasts a wireless coverage which exceeds other 868 MHz systems. FireCell is suitable for virtually any building and is rich on features and benefits.
2010 – Organised by Works Management in partnership with the Cranfield School of Management. EMS wins the coveted Best SME (Small Medium Enterprise) category in the prestigious Best Factory Awards. EMS is also Highly Commended in the Best Electronics and Electrical Plant category.
EMS was nominated and won the KEiBA 2012 award for “Best Science & Technology Company”. The KEiBA’s: Kent Excellence in Business Awards are conferred annually and staged by Kent County Council and KM Group to recognise and reward businesses in the County.
2015 – EMS launches a bursary scheme to award a number of grants to local higher/further education students whilst they are studying for software design or electronic engineering qualifications Additionally, in partnership with a number of local schools & colleges, EMS is providing valuable work experience for Year 12 & 13 (6th form) students.
2016 – Kentec, the UK’s leading Fire Panel manufacturer, build and supply the renowned Syncro range of panels with software which has the added features required to allow seamless wireless and hard wired device integration.
2016 – FireCell Version 3 software is released incorporating customer & engineer feedback and providing a major upgrade to product software empowering engineers and users with additional diagnostic features.
In 2017 EMS celebrates 50 years of innovation.
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