Aston Bowles
Aston Bowles
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Aston Bowles is Marketing Manager at FIA member Advanced.

Ensuring fire system effectiveness in historic sites

The threat and consequences of fire in any building are serious, but historic structures pose a particularly complex challenge for the people and systems charged with protecting them. Not only do these buildings tend to be complex and varied in…

The ultimate challenge – using the latest fire systems to protect remote sites

Intermittent power, a 12-hour round trip to site – if the ferry’s working that is – and a three-day lead (at best) on spare parts. Any takers for this fire protection job? Although perhaps off-putting to those more familiar with…

The crucial role of fire systems in data centres

Our insatiable thirst for online storage and bandwidth, driven by the growth of eCommerce and Cloud computing, means demand for data centres has never been higher. These cathedrals of technology are becoming larger and more complex every year and, with…

Maximising fire system effectiveness in historic buildings

Historic buildings pose a complex challenge for those tasked with protecting them from fire. The threat and consequences of fire in any building are serious. However, in the case of historic sites, the loss of irreplaceable artefacts of high monetary…

An integrated approach to false alarm management matters

False alarms from fire systems are one of the biggest issues in fire today. They have severe financial implications, can impact the effectiveness of fire planning in any building and cause widespread inconvenience. he good news is the latest developments…

What’s New in Fire Systems?

The fire industry moves slowly (at least compared to many others) but we’re enjoying a period of acceleration in both the uses and management of fire control and indicating equipment that is unprecedented since the first revolution in fire panel…

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