New Honeywell Life Safety Web Site Features ECS Solutions

The ability to provide real-time information to all building occupants or personnel in the vicinity of a building during emergency situations has become a critical concern for those who manage and safeguard facilities and their occupants.

As a result, interest in Emergency Communications Systems (ECSs) and Mass Notification Systems (MNSs) is growing rapidly. But with this accelerated growth comes confusion. To help building owners, facility managers, architects, engineers, and end users keep up with evolving codes and standards, best practices, and solutions, Honeywell Life Safety has launched http://www.emergency-communications-systems.com.

This new website is dedicated to providing up-to-date information on all aspects of ECS, from its roots in military mass notification mandates to the latest solutions that meet communications, signaling, and intelligibility requirements for typical applications. Visitors can also tap into the Honeywell Fire Systems Group Services capabilities for design and applications services.

A complete, integrated life safety solution has been shown to be a very effective means to notify occupants of the necessary response and appropriate action to take in the event of an emergency. By basing systems on its existing commercial Fire Alarm and Signaling platforms, Honeywell Life Safety provides timely, high-performing solutions to the marketplace. Significant solutions are provided on the website through available NOTIFIER by Honeywell, Gamewell-FCI by Honeywell, and System Sensor offerings.

To learn more, visit http://www.emergency-communications-systems.com.

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