Even in the safest of places, unexpected events and emergencies can – and do – happen. So, when each second matters, will you be able to contact help in time?
Unfortunately, many modes of communication lose their signal when they enter a “dead zone,” like large buildings, subway trains, stadiums, elevators, stairwells, and tunnels. So, if there’s no way to get a message through, it could literally become a matter of life or death.
At Life Safety Project, our mission is to ensure that doesn’t happen.
Using our bi-directional amplifiers, signals are driven to strategically placed antennae that are placed throughout the structure. These systems are designed to amplify signals going to first responders so that the message gets through the first time, every time.
While bi-directional amplification is still a relatively new technology, the results have been highly favorable – so much so that by the year 2022, all buildings in the state of Florida will require these systems, per the Federal government.
In order to ensure that the system operates properly, there are several key requirements that must be met, such as:
- Having all systems permitted prior to installation
- Regularly inspecting the system
- Installing systems via a qualified vendor
In addition, the bi-directional amplifier must be tied into the local fire department’s communication panel. That way, if something were to go wrong with it, a signal would be sent to the monitoring entity, and repairs can be made much more quickly. To request a quote, contact us today!
At Life Safety Project, we also specialize in consultation, engineering, and design services for fire alarm systems, fire sprinkler systems, and comprehensive end-to-end security solutions – including CCTV surveillance, access control systems, perimeter monitoring, and notifications / alarms.
If you’ve got questions about better and more reliable communication systems, Life Safety Project can help. Our office is based in Florida, but we serve clients nationwide. So, feel free to reach out to us at (561) 756-6400, or visit our website at https://lifesafetyproject.com/contact/.