Building Research Establishment (BRE) generates new knowledge through independent research. In a project where they collated information alongside their contributors and UKFRS, BRE identified that on average a false alarm costs an organisation £2900.00, this equates to approximately £1 billion being lost every year collectively by organisations in the UK (including the subsequent downtime and loss of productivity.)
The use of staff alarms and investigation periods prior to placing a calling with a Fire and Rescue Service was an identified recommendation within the report. Often the consideration is to create a separate listening system such as DECT phones to deliver alarm messages and emergency broadcasts, but did you know that the Hytera Communications Europe two way radio and multi mode smart devices can offer this facility when connected to an alarm handler?
The Hytera PD985 two way radio can perform the duties of a repeater radio system in ‘Single Frequency Repeater Mode‘. This feature allows your device to be used, alternatively, as a repeater, enabling your communications to go further – which is ideal during emergency situations for a quick to deploy building wide communication system. Based on interference cancellation techniques, the PD985 uses one slot to receive a signal, and another to transmit it in the same frequency, while using DMO mode to extend the communication distance.
When linking your Hytera Communications radio system to an alarm handler such as InteraX the potential cost savings from one prevented false alarm would pay for the software. The discreet pre-alert software can allow trained personnel to determine the cause, finding false alerts and containing the problem, before needless disturbance or undertaking a full evacuation.
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