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With multiple sensors, the Halo alarms can also warn users of safety threats through both iOS and Android mobile device apps. SSI Staff · May 29, 2015

Smoke or fire damage to IT equipment can result in heavy losses. Aspirating sensor technology offers a high level of protection for datacenters while addressing the unique conditions and complications of these environments. By David George · May 29, 2015

LifeSafety Power President and CEO Larry Ye discusses product features and functionality that propel power supplies from a static product category to dynamic networking devices in the latest Hot Seat. Rodney Bosch · May 28, 2015

Video footage taken by drones shows the devastation of a severe storm system that has resulted in the deaths of 19 people in Oklahoma and Texas. SSI Staff · May 27, 2015

Environmental dangers to building occupants extend far beyond fire and smoke. If left unchecked, gases, water and temperature can also wreak havoc. Get a handle on how to detect these hazards to enhance safety and your business. Bob Dolph · May 26, 2015

Fire Protection Research Foundation Executive Director Casey Grant discusses current projects in support of the National Fire Protection Association’s life-safety mission in the latest Hot Seat. Rodney Bosch · May 26, 2015

Adopting several of these mass notification technologies will ensure everyone in your community has the information they need to stay safe during a crisis. By Michael Zuidema · May 25, 2015

Reliable Fire & Security President Debbie Horvath and Manager of Systems Service Vicki Caniecki talk differentiation amid the firm's 60th anniversary celebration. Scott Goldfine · May 24, 2015

An intrusion alarm, not a smoke detector, alerted a Virginia family of a house fire that completely destroyed the home. SSI Staff · May 23, 2015

Firefighters responded to a Michigan woman’s home at least seven times when complained about an odor coming from the nearby Sunoco Logistics crude oil tank farm. She was fined $2,800 by the township after authorities determined there was no hazard. SSI Staff · May 22, 2015




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