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Iritron welcomes Oculus into the I3Group

May 2019 News

Pretoria-based Iritron, a black economic empowered technology company and subsidiary of the I³ Group, providing quality solutions in the fields of electrical, instrumentation and control systems engineering, systems integration and simulation, recently announced that it has acquired Oculus, a leading control room solution provider in southern Africa.

The acquisition completes the visualisation and information solutions offering to the I³ Group subsidiary’s clients, from the field to control rooms/centres throughout their corporate boardrooms.

Johan Pretorius (left) and Alwyn Rautenbach seal the deal.
Johan Pretorius (left) and Alwyn Rautenbach seal the deal.

The I³ Group, starting with one company, has now grown to four companies. This growth is a direct result of its desire to keep up with market and customer demands, and be on the leading edge of the best global technologies and solutions. The Group is made up of the following companies Iritron, Oculus, KVMTech and Referro Systems.

Iritron, an ISO 9001:2015; ISO 14001:2015; OHSAS 18001:2009 accredited company, has extensive engineering expertise and a substantial local and international engineering industry track record in mining, metals, cement and aggregates, mineral processing and utilities, including power, energy, water and wastewater. The three divisions (Electrical and Instrumentation; Control System Engineering and Development, and Manufacturing and Construction) is renowned for quality solutions, services and products.

Oculus is a specialised design company for operational facilities, control rooms, control consoles and a distributor of leading-edge audio video solutions, with a solid track record in industrial and corporate sectors.

KVMTech, is a leading supplier of digital and analog keyboard, video and mouse equipment used in control rooms for high reliability solutions, as well as industrial automation and process control, measurement and data management solutions and services.

Referro Systems is a sales and distribution company for many top global electrical, automation and software brands, working across many industry sectors in many different areas and countries.

Together, the companies seamlessly integrate to provide clients with a complete solution to enable optimisation and visualisation in their processes. The directors have taken this group of companies to market with an agreed set of standards, an integrity that is immovable and a policy to always do the best for each other, for customers, for employees and for suppliers.

For more information contact Alwyn Rautenbach, Iritron, +27 12 349 2919, alwyn.rautenbach@iritron.co.za, www.iritron.co.za



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