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Good service key to High Rise Fire and Security’s success

The company is gearing up for growth in NYC’s affordable residential housing market under new mayor
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05/20/2014

BROOKLYN, N.Y.—High Rise Fire and Security does a lot of high-profile jobs—such as putting in the fire alarm system for the Liberty View Plaza, a former U.S. Navy 1 million-square-foot warehouse that’s now one of the largest commercial real estate projects in this city. Good service is a key reason for the company’s success, according to its vice president, Robert Aiello.

Education one of the highlights at the NFPA show

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05/16/2014

LAS VEGAS—Education will be a robust feature of the 2014 National Fire Protection Association Conference & Expo. The number of education sessions grew to 150 last year and will remain at that level this year when the annual event is held June 9-12 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center here.

Fike solution: Security and fire detection in one camera

SigniFire Server gets ONVIF certified; double-duty cameras called upsell possibility for integrators
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05/14/2014

SPARKS, Md.— Fike’s SigniFire Server recently received ONVIF certification, making that cost-effective NVR-based early warning detection solution more broadly available, according to Rick Jeffress, sales manager, Americas, for Fike Video Image Detection.

Emergency messaging explained

New guidelines to help installers and end users in all 'rapid onset events'
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05/13/2014

QUINCY, Mass.—Emergency communication systems (ECS) were developed because a fire alarm alone is not always sufficient to tell building occupants what to do in case of an emergency. But what exactly should an ECS message say? There have been no guidelines for that—until now.

ADS, village settle lawsuit

Private companies can now offer fire alarm monitoring services in Algonquin, Ill. after village agrees to end its monopoly of the service
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05/07/2014

DES PLAINES, Ill.—The village of Algonquin recently agreed to settle a lawsuit in which Alarm Detection Systems accused the village of establishing an “illegal monopoly” on fire alarm monitoring.

Low frequency fire appliances more audible, meet new code

Hotels and other commercial sleeping places must now have such devices to help alert heavy sleepers and the hearing impaired of a fire
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04/29/2014

LAS VEGAS—When a fire alarm activates during a fire, the high-frequency sound it emits can be insufficient to alert some hearing impaired individuals or even just sound sleepers. But System Sensor has some new low frequency notification appliances that address that problem because they’re easier for such people to hear, according to David George, the company’s director of marketing communications.

Warehouses key vertical for growth in Tyco fire segment

New director of fire sprinkler business also sees other growth opportunities
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04/23/2014

LANSDALE, Pa.—Tyco Fire Protection Products’ new sales leader of the company’s sprinkler business in the Americas told Security Systems News that he sees positive growth opportunities in the sprinkler market in 2014 as the construction market comes back.

Brothers to do $250,000 upgrade at NBA practice facility

The sprinkler renovation project is an example of one of the many types of verticals Brothers specializes in
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04/16/2014

ELK RIVER, Minn.—Brothers Fire Protection, based here, received a fire sprinkler renovation and upgrade contract worth more than $250,000 for a new practice facility for the Minnesota Timberwolves and Minnesota Lynx, which are NBA and WNBA teams respectively.

Convergint finds communications piece of puzzle in ALERiTY

Eaton Cooper Notification product called a ‘robust solution’ for complete life safety
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04/16/2014

LAS VEGAS—Dan Moceri, CEO of Convergint Technologies, said Eaton Cooper Notification’s new IP network-based ALERiTY line is the mass notification solution his company has been looking for.

Edwards downsizes manufacturing plant to keep competitive

Its Maine facility is closing and its production transferred to North Carolina, Mexico and China
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03/26/2014

PITTSFIELD, Maine—Four years after resurrecting the Edwards name for its fire and safety products, UTC is shutting down its 300-employee Edwards plant here and moving production to three other locations in order to “ensure continued competitiveness.”

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SSN News Poll September 2014

Some new door-knocking scams recently prompted the Electronic Security Association to update its code of ethics to specifically ban them. Also, ADT this summer is offering up to $25,000 to whistleblowers who expose security companies that train sales teams to use deceptive selling techniques. What do you think are the best ways to combat door-to-door sales scams?

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