Koorsen Fire & Security has spent nearly seven decades entrenching itself as one of the industry’s most successful full-service providers. The company’s top executives tell what differentiates their business, why they got out of Florida and are expanding in the Midwest, how to contend with AHJs, and which are today’s top fire opportunities.
Scott Goldfine · May 21, 2014
Protection Systems' David Ringenberger and Fox Valley Fire & Safety's Ken Volkening weigh in with insights on applications, services and marketing in the fire market.
Scott Goldfine · May 20, 2014
Napco Security Technologies' Brandt Phillips discusses the current trends, challenges and opportunities in the business of fire/life-safety.
Rodney Bosch · May 15, 2014
The Fire Issue: Lessons from a Life-Safety Leader, NFPA Las Vegas Show Issue
May 12, 2014
Technological advances are providing integrators with the ability to tie security wares into fire/life-safety systems to meet increasing end-user needs. Learn code requisites for access control, elevator control, plus how to leverage surveillance cameras, among other life-safety enhancements.
By Sam Docknevich · May 09, 2014
Emergency communications platforms are being leveraged in new ways that allow end users to achieve business efficiencies and other organizational benefits. Find out how these systems can be integrated into other business solutions as well as to expand your portfolio of services into new market niches.
By Samuel Shanes · May 09, 2014
Have you been alerted about these mass notification and emergency communications (MNEC) products?
Jessica Camerato · May 06, 2014
The wording of the 520Hz signal requirement in NFPA 72: 2010 and 2013 has caused some confusion. In general, low frequency sounders take the place of standard sounders in commercial sleeping spaces. However, there’s far more to know about the newly enacted requirement.
By Rebecca Peterson · May 06, 2014
Silent Knight has revamped its website to allow dealers and installers to access manuals and other technical information quickly while they’re in the field.
SSI Staff · April 15, 2014
Nest will halt sales of its Nest Protect combination smoke/CO detector for two to three months, citing a software flaw that allows the 'Nest Wave' deactivation feature to potentially be unintentionally activated with a wave of the hand.
Jason Knott · April 04, 2014