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Leveraging Internet of Things Technology to Improve Fire and Life-Safety Protection

We are living in an age of smart systems, connected devices and cloud-based Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. Today seven billion devices are connected to the Internet. In 10 years that will grow to 30 billion connected devices. These technological advancements are having a transformative impact in virtually every industry. That includes fire protection and life safety, where connected fire alarm panels, smoke detectors, and other devices are helping to enhance safety, streamline operations, reduce costs and provide better documentation and reporting. This free webinar will provide an overview of how IoT technology is improving fire protection and life safety today – and how it will evolve in the future.
 

What You'll Learn:

-How Internet of Things technology is being applied – in other industries and increasingly in fire, security and life safety.

-What technology, policies and protocols are in place to help provide data security and protection for cloud-based solutions.

-How Tyco is leveraging IoT technology, with intelligent solutions that include: 

           -Remote fire alarm system diagnostics that increase uptime and improve the customer experience.

           -Remote connectivity and mobile apps that enable faster, more precise fire alarm system inspections.

-How fire protection and life-safety codes are changing to reflect the emergence of IoT technology.

-What the future may hold for expanding the application of IoT technology in fire protection and life safety to deliver smart services and solutions and enable customers to improve their operations.


Your Presenters:

Daryll Fogal, Chief Technology Officer, Tyco
Rodger Reiswig,
Director, Industry Relations, Tyco Fire Protection Products         
Ali Norton, Logan Brubaker,
Jack Kleminich, Gina Newhart, Tyco SimplexGrinnell
H. “Butch” Browning, Louisiana State Fire Marshal
 


 

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