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Tyco SimplexGrinnell begins road show

Tyco SimplexGrinnell has kicked off its 2014 North American road show series, holding live events in New Orleans, Louisiana and Tampa, Florida. Additional road shows are being planned between now and the end of the year, as Tyco SimplexGrinnell travels throughout the United States and Canada to present the latest developments in the fire and life-safety industry.

May 23, 2014  By Staff

The day-long sessions feature presentations by Tyco life-safety experts on codes, technologies and applications, group breakout sessions, and displays of advanced solutions for fire alarm, sprinkler, special hazards, nurse call and security.
At the New Orleans road show, H. “Butch” Browning, Jr., Louisiana State Fire Marshal, delivered the opening address to more than 100 participants, including building owners, facility managers, engineers, installing contractors, AHJs (authorities having jurisdiction) and other fire and life-safety professionals representing a variety of industries. According to Browning, “Without vision, people perish. All of us in the life safety industry must strive for advances in technology that save lives and protect property.”
Connecting Customers with eServices
This year’s road show series is placing particular emphasis on eServices, an integrated suite of technology and service capabilities that greatly enhances the overall value and cost efficiency that Tyco SimplexGrinnell can provide in fire and life-safety environments. The road shows offer an in-depth look at Simplex TrueAlert ES – the revolutionary family of addressable notification appliances with self-testing capability. TrueAlert ES notification provides more design flexibility, improved operational efficiency, and lower costs of ownership. For more information on Simplex TrueAlert ES notification, visit www.notificationreinvented.com.
According to Dave Baer, Vice President, Strategy and Marketing, Tyco SimplexGrinnell, “The road shows provide a great opportunity for us to fulfill our commitment to education by keeping industry professionals updated about changes in the life-safety industry. We also demonstrate how our advanced technology solutions meet today’s protection challenges while providing lower costs and increased value for customers.”
Upcoming road show venues include several major cities throughout the US and Canada. Enrollment in the road shows is free to AHJs, building owners and managers, engineers, fire and life-safety professionals and code compliance officials.  Tyco SimplexGrinnell is working collaboratively at the road shows with a number of its vendor partners, including Valcom, Xtralis and Ultra Electronics. For information about the 2014 North American road shows, email Michelle Lendway, Trade Show & Corporate Event Manager, Tyco SimplexGrinnell at mlendway@simplexgrinnell.com.

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