Partner Oneberry launches first autonomous Fuel Cell powered Security Robot

SFC Energy AG announces the integration of its flagship product EFOY Pro fuel cells into RoboguardTM, an innovative autonomous Security Robot developed by Oneberry Technologies in Singapore.

Brunnthal/Munich, Germany, August 29, 2017 – SFC Energy AG (F3C:DE, ISIN: DE0007568578), a leading provider of hybrid power solutions to the stationary and mobile power generation markets, announces the integration of its flagship product EFOY Pro fuel cells into RoboguardTM, an innovative autonomous Security Robot developed by Oneberry Technologies in Singapore.

Oneberry Technologies developed RoboguardTM in order to address manpower shortage in the Singapore security sector while increasing productivity and raising the level of security for public clients. Oneberry Technologies is an established award-winning innovative security and surveillance solutions provider and is SFC Energy’s exclusive partner in Singapore. Recently Oneberry had won a multi-year tender for providing the most reliable integrated off-grid security and surveillance solutions for public and state security.

Powered reliably by SFC Energy’s EFOY Pro fuel cells, RoboguardTM is able to operate autonomously and maintenance-free for up to a month without intervention. All required is a simple minute fast hot swap of the fuel cartridge. RoboguardTM can be deployed anywhere in just minutes, freeing existing security personnel from foot-patrol duties and allowing them to perform higher value skilled tasks.

“Without a reliable power source even the most innovative security solution is useless. Having to change batteries every few hours or to get a robot to change “shifts” for recharging is very unproductive and very costly. A reliable and autonomous power source is key to any mission, especially in surveillance situations where downtime is critical”, says Ken Pereira, Oneberry Technologies CEO.

“In security and surveillance applications our EFOY Pro fuel cell is a proven enabling technology”, says Dr. Peter Podesser, CEO of SFC Energy. “As reliable off-grid power is a decisive prerequisite in the functionality of more and more systems used independent of grid power we see a substantial potential for our fuel cells in markets on a worldwide basis.”

Additional information on the EFOY Pro fuel cell and on SFC Energy’s off grid power portfolio for security & surveillance, oil & gas, wind, traffic management, environmental and telecommunications applications at www.efoy-pro.com and at www.sfc.com. Information on Oneberry Technologies at www.oneberry.com. u2003

About SFC Energy AG

SFC Energy AG (www.sfc.com) is a leading provider of hydrogen and direct methanol fuel cells for stationary, portable and mobile hybrid power solutions. With the Clean Energy and Clean Power Management business segments, SFC Energy is a sustainably profitable fuel cell producer. The Company distributes its award-winning products worldwide and has sold more than 65,000 fuel cells to date. The Company is headquartered in Brunnthal/Munich, Germany, and has operating subsidiaries in Canada, India, the Netherlands, Romania, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America. SFC Energy AG is listed on the Deutsche Boerse Prime Standard and has been part of the selection index SDAX since 2022 (GSIN: 756857 ISIN: DE0007568578).

ABout Oneberry Technologies Pte Ltd.

Oneberry Technologies is an established and award winning provider of productivity enabled Security & Surveillance technology solutions in Singapore across a wide range of industries. It has been at the forefront of the development of solutions aimed at implementing automation, decentralization, and convergence in technology solutions, all done without compromising the environment. It was the first adopter of fuel cell technology for security surveillance applications in Singapore, and is now a regional distributor in Southeast Asia.

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