01 Jul 19TowerIQ Announces Latest Universal Remote Monitoring Solution for First Responder DAS
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25 Jun 19A Cost and Benefit Analysis of Isolated and Integrated Systems
Two-way radio communication systems have two operational architectures: isolated and integrated. Both isolated and integrated system types have significant benefits for emergency responders but pose contrasting risks based on what is needed by the FDNY and property manager.
21 May 19UPDATE: Filing Procedures for ARCS Applications Have Changed
An announcement today by the FDNY outlines the changes in filing procedures for Auxiliary Radio Communication Systems (ARCS).
24 Apr 19Public Safety Distributed Antenna Systems Cannot Sacrifice Survivability
A properly installed PSDAS guarantees that first responders have stable communications while a building is undergoing a fire or other emergency. This infrastructural system that provides emergency responders with two-way radio coverage is just as important as the building’s fire alarm, sprinkler, and security systems.
13 Apr 19How To File For an ARC System
Many modern buildings of New York City are required by law to have an ARC system (auxiliary radio communication system) to support fire responders in an emergency. The filing procedures for in-building auxiliary communication system can be a time-consuming
20 Feb 19The Many Benefits of Using a Graphical Interface for Monitoring Systems
The life-safety communications industry is ever-changing, and so are the requirements continually placed by enforcing agencies of fire safety.
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