This cloud-based service productivity tool provides service providers with enhanced real-time data access, allowing them to optimize the management of individual systems, sites, and site groups with data for informed decision-making and resource optimization.
When Rebecca Bayne lost her home at the beginning of the year due to the Marshall Fire in Boulder County, Colo., which burned 1,084 structures and damaged 149, the security industry stepped in, raising almost $24,000 to help Bayne and her partner, Peter, rebuild.
An assisted living community consisting of several buildings, one of which was used as a residential personal facility for the elderly, experienced a tragic fire. The sprinkler system was protected by a fire protection monitoring service, which had merged with the defendant.
The typically steady fire and life safety industry saw growth in 2019, with overall global revenues surpassing $7.5 billion, according to David Gonzalez, research analyst, physical security and critical communications, Omdia, London.
NFPA just released a new product via an online demo called NFPA LiNK. The product is a digital version of the National Fire Protection Association’s standards, and allows users to access, research and share standards and changes to help them do their jobs better, while cutting out the guesswork for compliance.