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Fire Side Chat: Factors That Figure Big in Fire’s 5-Year Future

It used to be technological change came to the fire alarm industry at a tortoise’s crawl, which made sense given life-safety issues. However, faster and more reliable technology is pushing the business…


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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

ADT and consumer advocates want Kentucky lawmakers to delay deregulation of landline phone service in the state until after the FCC has finished experimental trials on the switch to Internet protocol-based networks. SSI Staff · March 27, 2014

The University of Maryland plans to upgrade fire alarm systems in 11 facilities on the campus. SSI Staff · March 27, 2014

UTC Fire and Security plans to shut down its Pittsfield, Maine-based facility by March 2015 and will relocate about 100 jobs to its North Carolina branch. Ashley Willis · March 19, 2014

What you need to know about reach, clarity, redundancy and reporting to design or procure an effective MNEC system. Watch this video to learn more. February 02, 2014

Distributor AVAD has announced the availability of the Nest Protect Smoke and Carbon Monoxide alarm at its branches for integrators. January 29, 2014

Schneider Electric’s Jim Pauley will succeed James Shannon as the National Fire Protection Association’s president. January 28, 2014

The SpectrAlert advance low-frequency sounders and sounder strobes by System Sensor of St. Charles, Ill., are the first notification appliances to meet the new NFPA 72 2010/2013 low-frequency requirements for certain new sleeping spaces, according to the company. SSI Staff · January 16, 2014

The city of Chicago has approved Fike CyberCat 1016 and 254 fire alarm control panels for high-rise applications where two-way voice communications are required. January 16, 2014




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