As buildings become more complex, demands for the best in fire detection meets new challenges. Gone are the days when a “traditional” fire system was adequate, as modern materials and design, along with the way we use buildings, and the ever-shifting pattern of people movement lead to more complexity.

Challenging designers and specifiers to look at differing technologies to meet these demands is often an issue of understanding how this multifaceted approach will function together seamlessly to provide the very best solution.

This webinar will look at complex buildings, and larger sites with multiple properties, to examine what solutions are available. Using speciality detection and intelligent systems, including Aspirating Smoke Detection, Linear Heat Cable, façade detection and wireless based fire technologies, coupled with innovative and smart smoke detection all integrating and working faultlessly with contemporary control systems.

And with communications and remote access becoming more prevalent and relied upon,cyber-security becomes ever more important. What are the challenges and what can be done to secure systems and data.

All attendees will receive CPD points.

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Brian Sims Ray Puttock


Editor Commercial Support Manager


Fire Safety Matters EMS/Carrier


Ray Puttock has been in the fire industry for over 30 years, with a wide-ranging and diverse knowledge of fire products, design and application as well as marketing and commercial support.

Having worked with some of the most respected companies during this period including ADT and Gent, and has latterly been with EMS wireless for the last 11 years, now part of the Carrier worldwide group of companies.

Up until the Carrier acquisition, Ray was Director of Marketing and Exports and now asCommercial Support Manager he currently works alongside colleagues and customers across EMEA, South Africa and the Americas.

Ray is active with the FIA, along with many other institutions and associations and is currently working on a CPD programme to impart information to those seeking knowledge of legislation, products and how to apply this to today’s challenging and varied buildings.

Often seen at industry events speaking and presenting, Ray is always keen to enter into discussions on any aspect of fire. He also has supported local schools and colleges, speaking with students about the industry and its opportunities.



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