Advanced has an impressive track record in the railway and urban transport industry.
Its EN54 and UL864 fire alarm systems are installed in some of the UK’s leading facilities, including Waterloo and Kings Cross stations, the Crossrail development and many stations across the London Underground.
Joining RIFA helps the company cement its place in an industry with rigorous fire safety standards.
Advanced will also be given the opportunity to learn more about the sector.
Advanced is working to develop new products in order to meet the needs of the transport and wider fire protection industry.
For instance, the company recently launched its TouchControl touchscreen fire system repeater and remote control terminal, featuring a 10 HD touchscreen with dynamic graphics and zone plans called Active Maps’.
Active Maps’ allows images from technical drawings, zone plans, photographs and Google maps to be used to display fire information.
Multiple views allow users to interrogate the status of zones in a site from different angles.
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