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 instruction.
Shane Clary · August 27, 2014
Radio frequency interference can cause the smoke detectors to fail to alert consumers of a fire.
Rodney Bosch · August 14, 2014
The acquisition is expected to be accretive to earnings in the first full year of operation, exclusive of transaction and one-time integration expenses.
Rodney Bosch · August 11, 2014
Firefighters responded and found the house full of smoke and the resident asleep.
SSI Staff · August 05, 2014
The company will assist the Missouri Children’s Burn Camp in providing support and education for child burn survivors.
SSI Staff · August 01, 2014
Audibility requirements of fire alarm and emergency communications systems have become more prominent in recent years. Learn where and when you may need to heed such standards based on how NFPA 72 has addressed the intelligibility issue.
Shane Clary · July 30, 2014
Red Hawk will continue to provide security and fire/life-safety services while UCC has plans for further expansion.
SSI Staff · July 11, 2014
State fire marshal will not approve a smoke alarm that is solely battery-powered unless it contains a non-removable, 10-year battery.
SSI Staff · July 07, 2014
A new report by IHS notes that an interest in wireless and IP-enabled products in fire-related projects is increasing, but installers are still reluctant to market the solutions.
SSI Staff · June 26, 2014
The Wade Hampton Fire Department wants to implement a new ordinance that will fine home and business owners for false fire alarms.
SSI Staff · June 19, 2014