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Fusion Marine Systems off to a Flying Start

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Fusion Marine Systems (FMS), a new audio visual and technology company, has just completed the first integration of their revolutionary Fusion Air App control system on one of the largest yachts in the superyacht fleet. 

Boasting an impressive pedigree and a fresh approach, FMS was founded by industry veterans Will Faimatea and Paul Cook, with additional support from Piers Collinson, owner of Fusion Automation, who recently completed the highly regarded technology integration in Monaco’s flagship Tour Odeon building.

“50,000 hours of development have been invested in Fusion Air to ensure you can reliably and effortlessly operate your audio, video, communications and lighting via iPads and other touch screens.” said Will Faimatea.  

“What makes it stand out from the crowd is its 'open standard' software and common architecture providing a zero debugging process and fast deployment. This is especially valuable for refits which typically allow for less development time than new build projects. The yacht refit market is therefore a key focus for FMS.”

With years of real-world AV, IT and communications experience across a range of vessels, FMS also has the skill to manage expectations, delivering on the unique demands and budget of each yacht.

“This first project was an amazing opportunity for FMS to integrate our Fusion Air App to control the owner’s Crestron system, using a specific Arabic dialect on the user interface.” said Paul Cook, CEO of FMS. “We are now looking forward to working on a range of winter refits as more and more people discover the unique benefits of a Fusion Marine system.”

For more information please contact Paul Cook:

Email: hello@fms.sarl
Monaco:  +377 93 30 11 11

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