A global leader in data driven security, surveillance and communication technology
Our reputation, which is based on exceptional customer service, cutting edge technical capability and high quality products, has allowed us to build relationships with leading companies and organisations across the world, including Bombardier, Siemens, Stadler, Hitachi, BAE Systems, Leonardo and the UK's MOD.
We will continue to harness industry data and emerging technologies to define best practice and create robust, future proof solutions on local, national and international scales.
For more information about our strategy, please see our most recent annual report.
Board of Directors
We have a highly knowledgeable Board of Directors and senior management team, with proven corporate and sales experience to continue business growth, supported by a team of dedicated professionals.
We have been at the forefront of technological innovation for over 60 years
2016 – Acquisition
Petards acquires QRO Solutions, strengthening the Group’s ANPR offering for the private and public sectors.
2015 – eyeTrain
Our eyeTrain products continue to grow in popularity amongst leading train builders such as Siemens and Bombardier.
2014 – Continued growth
Significant R&D investment and a new management structure see the Petards Rail Technology offering transformed.
2013 – Restructure
The new board implement the “Fit for growth strategy”, with significant investment in new product development, recruitment and staff training.
2006 – ANPR
Petards acquires EIMC, adding advanced ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) cameras to the ProVida brand.
2001 – Acquisition
Joyce-Loebl acquired by Petards, doubling the size of the Group.
2000 – Emergency Services
Petards acquires ProVida brand from Jai A/S of Denmark.
1999 – Transport
Joyce-Loebl adds transport technologies to its existing defence capabilities.
1992 – Surveillance
Petards established to develop specialist CCTV software and systems.
1951 – Defence
Dr Herbert Loebl establishes Joyce-Loebl along with fellow engineering graduate Robert Joyce.