Day: March 4, 2024

Fire Systems Analytics & AutomationFire Systems Analytics & Automation

Fire Systems Analytics & Automation

Technology plays a critical role in modern Pulse Fire Tech. From reducing unwanted false alarm call outs to managing and assigning contractor works to delivering the best possible service to customers, there are many ways that fire protection businesses can automate their processes.

Aside from being able to detect flames, heat and smoke, fire detection systems also incorporate environmental information. This allows firefighters to respond much faster, potentially limiting the amount of damage that occurs. For example, smoke sensors can be programmed to monitor for air contaminants like wind speed and humidity to determine if the smoke is coming from outside or within the building.

Pushing the Boundaries: Fire System Analytics and Automation Upgrades

Detectors may also be programmed to measure other environmental factors, such as carbon monoxide, which is often triggered by appliances that are turned on and off frequently. This is especially important in high hazard industries like aviation and fuel storage where flammable vapors pose a threat. Foam systems are often used in these areas to prevent vapors from spreading by creating a seal around the source.

Another key innovation in this field is Connected Life Safety Services (CLSS). This system integrates data connectivity with alarm transmission communicators to allow the fire systems service provider and facility manager to remotely access fire safety assets. CLSS can also be used for testing and inspections, allowing service technicians to create an instantly available customizable report before arriving on site. This drives labor efficiency, increases accuracy and improves customer satisfaction.