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Tyco Broadens Wireless Fire Product Offering With CWSI Deal

Tyco has acquired Commercial Wireless System International (CWSI) to help broaden its wireless fire detection technology offering.


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Installing security contractors who want to stay on top of their game, and on top of the latest legislation, codes and other pertinent issues, should consider joining one of these trade organizations. Shane Clary · December 24, 2014

The companies are working to connect Nest’s thermostat and smoke/carbon monoxide alarm with ADT’s Pulse system. SSI Staff · December 23, 2014

Fire Department officials release carbon monoxide safety tips after firefighters near Sacramento are dispatched in response to a home alarm. SSI Staff · December 22, 2014

Nominations are being accepted for the 10th annual Police Dispatch Quality (PDQ) Award program. SSI Staff · December 16, 2014

Learn why Tyco invested in Qolsys despite already owning DSC, which makes security/home automation systems. Julie Jacobson · December 10, 2014

The effort to improve life safety in commercial and residential dwellings follows an incident in which carbon monoxide sickened 21 guests at a Maine resort in February. SSI Staff · December 04, 2014

There is no fee for the first or second false alarm within a 12-month period, but after that, the fines go up to $350 plus $100 for each false alarm beyond five within a year. SSI Staff · December 03, 2014

The Technology Issue December 03, 2014

The global security and fire protection company offered voluntary separation packages to certain workers in its U.S. operations in recent months, and those at the SimplexGrinnell site who accepted are mostly expected to depart by the end of December. SSI Staff · December 03, 2014

A visit to the biennial Essen Security expo in Germany offered updates on how technology such as wireless detection and aspiration smoke detection are impacting Europe, and what might be heading toward U.S. product development. Shane Clary · November 24, 2014




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