System Sensor’s Life Safety Web Site Expands Interaction
ST. CHARLES, Ill. – With the goal of providing its visitors with a more dynamic and interaction version of its print publication, System Sensor launches the Web edition of LifeSafety. The new Web site expands information sharing by presenting LifeSafety in a user-oriented venue, according to the company.
Visitors will have access to archived LifeSafety articles on the new site. All articles – which can be saved, shared or integrated with Facebook, MySpace or Twitter – are categorized and searchable using key words or by selecting article topics from the top navigation bar. Comments are also welcome to increase discussion and interaction on the topics most important to System Sensor customers.
Additionally, links for featured products provide more specific information such as data sheets and installation instructions than the print version. Videos from System Sensor trade shows, where new product demos are introduced, and product training videos can also be viewed on the site.
In addition, visitors have the opportunity to sign up to System Sensor Fire Protection Seminars that are held nationwide.
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