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Demystifying Emergency Communications System Message Delivery

Proper design of an emergency communications system requiring voice intelligibility depends on factors such as room acoustics, speaker layout and even the manner in which the person is announcing a live…


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Code Blue Corp. has promoted two individuals in sales and marketing roles, including David Fleming. December 12, 2013

On-Net Surveillance Systems (OnSSI) has partnered with emergency communications product provider Code Blue to provide clients with a single interface that offers faster responses and improved situational security. December 04, 2013

Some unwanted alarms are a necessary evil in the overwhelmingly greater good of saving lives and property. However, the movement to impose verification practices continues to be one of the industry’s most volatile areas. See where you stand with the latest developments. By Shane Clary · December 01, 2013

Fire-Lite Alarms by Honeywell plans to launch a 2014 training program, which will offer more courses than in previous years and will cover a wide range of topics from basic fire alarm systems to sophisticated applications design and programming. November 20, 2013

Talk-A-Phone of Niles, Ill., has added self-diagnostic and reporting features to the VOIP-500 Series phone/WEBS paging module. SSI Staff · November 19, 2013

Tyco announced today it has acquired Westfire Inc., a provider of fire protection services with operations in the United States, Chile and Peru. Westfire, which specializes in hazard analysis as well as system design, installation, testing, inspection and maintenance, will become part of Tyco SimplexGrinnell. November 13, 2013

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The National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA), a national public service agency, has awarded SimplexGrinnell, a Tyco business, a contract allowing the firm to offer simplified procurement of its products and services to 50,000 government and educational entities. October 24, 2013

The Electronic Security Association’s (ESA) Nation Training School’s Certified Fire Alarm Designer (CFAD) designation has received approval from the Iowa State Fire Marshal. The endorsement acknowledges CFAD as an acceptable form of training for applicants seeking fire alarm system contractor licensing in the state of Iowa. October 16, 2013


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