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According to new research published today by fire safety and emergency lighting specialist, Hochiki Europe, 39 per cent of respondents believe the industry is not equipped to adapt to the technological demands of the smarter city movement. The research forms part of the report, Smart Cities:

A workshop on achieving non-obtrusive, yet effective passive fire protection in heritage buildings, co-presented by Exova Warringtonfire, will kick off a series of heritage-themed presentations at this year’s Fire Sector Summit at the Royal College of Surgeons in London on October 18th. The workshop will be

The Middle East market for security, safety, and fire protection is on track for double digit growth over the next four years, as regional governments and the private sector look for improved technologies to better protect assets, people, businesses, and borders. Led by the Gulf nations

The frequency of uncontrolled fire exposure in engineered buildings is low due primarily to the effectiveness of fire sprinkler systems. However, certain events and/or circumstances may result in uncontrolled fire exposure that may affect a building’s structural system. During such extraordinary events, heating of structural

While it’s the new aircraft that have grabbed the headlines, the associated ground support structure for Project Airseeker is equally important in terms of maximising the effectiveness of this investment. To that end, the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) made it a priority to provide new