Following a year off, Intersec is back and Hochiki Middle East FZE, part of the Hochiki Group, will be exhibiting at the event in January, 2022. The expert Middle East team will be sharing a range of industry leading and greener products, as well discussing what the future holds for fire system design and how customer insight is driving this innovation.
The Hochiki Middle East team of experts will be on hand to demo the new L@titude system. With huge investments made in the research and development of this product, led by customer insight, this latest model combines the very latest in hardware and software and is the company’s market leading control and indication system.
Sophisticated enough to operate anywhere in the world, in multiple languages, across all manner of applications – from schools and hospitals, skyscrapers filled with thousands of office workers, apartment blocks and entertainment venues, cultural and commercial spaces as well as international travel ports, manufacturing warehouses and logistics hubs. The system has been designed to be simple to configure and easy to use by anyone, utilising touchscreen technology with a graphical user interface to help display vital information. According to the company, it is EN approved and recently DBI certified for the Danish market following its EN54 Part 13 approval.
For visitors looking to improve their energy consumption, the Hochiki team will be providing live demonstrations of the power saving and environmentally friendly Firescape emergency lighting system. Consuming only 0.1W once fully charged, the lower energy consumption directly correlates with lower CO2e emissions; providing building owners with a greener and more cost-effective solution.
Other products available for demonstration at Intersec will be Hochiki’s next generation of hybrid wireless fire detection products, Ekho. At the core of the system is the wireless Translator module. It is hard-wired to the fire alarm control panel loop and communicates continuously with the wireless devices. Wireless Expander modules are then used to extend the self-healing radio mesh network, increasing the reach and capacity of the overall system.
Commenting on attending the event, Hochiki’s Middle East Managing Director, Mr Shinsuke Kubo said, “We’re really excited to get back to live events and meet with our customers face to face. There is nothing quite like live demonstrations and we are attending with three of our most innovative pieces of life safety technology, so this year’s event really will be the best yet. If you want to learn more about how our world-leading solutions can protect your business, people, and assets, as well as drive a more efficient operation, then do visit our stand.”