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Sprue Aegis plc ("Sprue") and Intamac to launch connected safety solution

Intamac Systems Limited announces a new 3 year partnership agreement with Sprue, one of Europe's leading suppliers of home safety products including smoke and carbon monoxide alarms sold under the FireAngel brand.

Under the partnership, Sprue will launch an internet connectivity solution for its FireAngel Wi-Safe II range of wireless safety products, known as 'Connect Safe Home', which will allows users to remotely monitor the status of wirelessly connected home safety products from a smartphone, PC or tablet using apps designed by Intamac.

Intamac's 'Internet of Things' cloud technology will provide data analytics, event notification and management level reporting information to allow Sprue to offer even higher levels of service to its customers. An initial pilot deployment in the North East of England is planned to commence shortly.

David Perez, CEO of Intamac said, "Sprue has a well-deserved reputation for quality and innovation and is the leading home safety products supplier in Europe. That Sprue has selected Intamac as its partner for this exciting new development is testimony to the proven and stable nature of our cloud technology and the unrivalled experience of our engineering team in developing and deploying connected solutions."

About Intamac
Intamac Systems is a market leader in Connected Home and Internet of Things solutions. As a B2B solution provider Intamac helps its partners to connect 'things' to the Internet so that they can be monitored, controlled and accessed remotely.

Founded in 2001 and based in the UK, Intamac was the first company in the world to exploit cloud computing technology to support the deployment of value added services for the Connected Home. Today partners around the world rely on Intamac's 'carrier class' cloud services platform to support mass market deployments across multiple service verticals including innovative security, video surveillance, automation, energy management and tele-care solutions. For more information see www.intamac.com

Contact
Sean Meagher, Intamac Systems, +44 870 111 7234, [email protected]
For more information see www.intamac.com

About Sprue
With its head office in Coventry, UK, Sprue is one of Europe's leading home safety products suppliers and manufactures one of the world's smallest carbon monoxide sensors for use in carbon monoxide alarms. Sprue designs and sells smoke and carbon monoxide alarms and other safety related products throughout Europe under the FireAngel, AngelEye, Pace Sensors, First Alert, BRK and Dicon brands. Sprue enjoys a strong European market presence, a leading UK retail footprint, is the supplier of choice to the UK's Fire and Rescue Services and continues to develop its market share in the UK's trade sector. Sprue has an established network of independent distributors within Continental Europe providing access into these key growth markets through local partners.

Patented technology
Sprue has patented technology in Europe, the US and other selected territories and its range of smoke and carbon monoxide alarms is independently certified to the latest European standards. For further product information, please visit: www.fireangel.co.uk or www.firstalert.eu or www.brkdicon.eu/en or www.sprue.com.

Contact
Sprue Aegis plc
Graham Whitworth, Chairman & Group CEO
02476 323 232
John Gahan, Group Finance Director

Westhouse Securities
Tom Griffiths
Paul Gillam
0207 601 6100

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