8th October 2013
Upon invitation of the Director of FSATI (French South African Institute in Electronics), Dan Angelescu (fluidion R&D director) had the honor to make a presentation about new technologies for environmental and water quality monitoring during the French Technology Day. The presentation described novel tools and devices available to water utilities. The easy deployment and high efficiency of fluidion products would make them an ideal solution to optimize environmental monitoring and water quality in South Africa.
F’SATI, the French South African Institute of Technology (Formerly known as F’SATIE (The French South African Institute in Electronics) is a graduate school jointly developed by France and South Africa. The initiative was launched early in 1994 after a visit by President Nelson Mandela to France arranged by the Chamber of Commerce and industry of Paris (CCIP), with the objective of developing a training institute in electronics in South Africa.
F’SATI is a national asset that contributes to the creation of knowledge and the transfer of technology in South African by establishing collaboration with other higher education and research institutes. It has sought to bring greater synergy between South African and French Institutions in the domain of Engineering Studies with a strong emphasis on Mathematics and fundamental Sciences.