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Nobel Prize winner Sir Harold Kroto visits BiBCOM

Tuesday, 24 June 2008

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 Sir Harold Kroto visiting BiBCOM

On Monday 23rd June at the ‘Kroto Research Institute Annual Symposium’ (held at The University of Sheffield North Campus Conference Centre), following a formal announcement by George Rees, North Campus Business Development Director,  BiBCOM proudly presented one of their leading edge technology products -  a Site Watch 3G Camera Unit, SW-200B-P, including a sensor -  as a joint gift with Sheffield University, to Professor Sir Harold Kroto (Nobel Prize winner 1996) and his wife Lady Margaret Kroto.

The following day, Tuesday 24th June, 2008, BiBCOM received a visit from Sir Harold and Lady Margaret Kroto. Managing Director, BiBCOM, Easa Taheri says “We were very pleased to receive Professor Sir Harry and Lady Margaret Kroto.”  However this was not their first visit. Back in 2007 during BiBCOM’s product development stage they made a similar visit to BiBCOM. At that time they expressed a great interest in the functionality and ease of use of BiBCOM products. Mr Taheri adds “This second visit enabled us to demonstrate how we had progressed from development in 2007 to sales which began this year in May 2008.” 

BiBCOM present the latest 3G surveillance technology to Sir Harold Kroto featured on FFB

BiBCOM present the latest 3G surveillance technology to Sir Harold Kroto - courtesy of FFB Magazine

BiBCOM is extremely honoured to be able to present one of their state of the art products to such an eminent and well-respected scientist, recognised for his achievements throughout the World.

BiBCOM would like to give special thanks to Mr. George Rees and all involved in organising the Kroto Research Annual Symposium 2008, for allowing BiBCOM to present one of their products at such a prestigious event.

Sheffield Chamber of Commerce magazine, FFB (First for Business) has featured the official presentation of the 3G Camera Unit SW-200B-P in their July edition (pictured bottom right - courtesy of FFB Magazine).  

To read more about this event on FFB, please visit the magazine website (Page 48, July 2008 Edition): http://www.northernlifestyle.com/archive/ffb.asp

For more information on the work of Professor Sir Harold Kroto please visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_Kroto

 

 

 

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