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Protecting Challenging Environments with Aspirating Smoke Detection Solutions
Learn how to meet critical smoke detection requirements using scalable solutions for facilities while providing flexibility in design and installation. Compartmentalized detection and display units result in unique modular designs that provide detection of multiple zones while overcoming many of the issues that can exist with nonmodular systems.

During this webinar, we'll also discuss meeting insurance providers' requirements in different applications, while maximizing your investment and increasing your facilities' operational excellence.

Learning objectives
• Learn to provide detection of multiple zones though scalable options
• See how aspirating smoke detection solutions can also provide flexibility through design and installation
• Understand the operational excellence of modular designs
• Discover options to meet insurance requirements that can also increase your investment

May 26, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Jon McConnell
Strategic Account Manager @Edwards
Jonathan has been in the fire and life safety systems industry for the last 20 years, starting in the field as a commercial technician. Mr. McConnell is a member of National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and a National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) in Fire Protection Engineering Technology / Fire Alarm Systems. Mr. McConnell’s experience in the life safety systems industry has seen technology evolve from simple audible only horn solutions to modern, complex solutions that involving integrated fire alarm voice systems, direct recipient mass notification systems and IP/VOIP connectivity. Mr. McConnell’s focus is to educate building owners and facility managers on the latest life safety technologies and code requirements to help ensure effective response and management of different emergency events (i.e. fire, active shooter, extreme weather, chemical spills, etc.).