The Fire Safety Event brings together The Security Event, The Health & Safety Event, The Facilities Event, The National Cyber Security Show and The Emergency Services Show all under one roof.
Experts in connected safety, FireAngel, will be exhibiting on stand 3A/E50 at this year’s Fire & Safety Event, bringing our social housing IoT solution, FireAngel Connected, to a network of fire safety managers, health & safety officers, risk assessors and consultants.
The Fire Safety Event has a focus on supporting fire and safety professionals to achieve and maintain the very highest standards of fire safety management. It’s a key date in the diary for anyone who has a focus on improving life safety, business continuity and business protection for their organisation.
Hear from expert speakers, network with industry colleagues and explore the hundreds of stands to discover the latest products, technology and solutions in fire safety.
FireAngel Connected is a purpose-built cloud and IoT-based solution to help social housing landlords monitor fire risk, gas safety, water leaks and electrical appliances throughout their properties from a single remote platform. Data monitored in real-time can alert social landlords to the status of heat, smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in a property if triggered or in need of maintenance, in turn, eliminating wasteful visits, staff time and administration fees.
With the unique automated AI capabilities of FireAngel Predict™ built in – the only solution of its kind in the market – an instant, real-time fire risk level unique to each property is provided, enabling active intervention before a fire starts.
FireAngel Connected is currently being installed in 14,000 properties owned by Ealing Council, in one of the largest roll-outs of its kind. FireAngel’s Social Housing and Specification experts will be on the FireAngel stand, providing product demos and highlighting the many benefits to the solution, which in most cases can be specified and installed within current fire safety budgets.
As housing associations navigate the Fire Safety Act 2021, rising maintenance costs and the government’s White Paper on social housing, there has never been a greater need for solutions that can unlock cost savings, accelerate operational efficiencies and, ultimately, protect tenant safety. Connected technologies such as the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence can help cut fire risks in social housing while offering building safety managers and landlords more intelligent ways to manage their properties and budgets.
Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer, Nick Rutter and FireAngel’s Specification Managers will be at the Fire Safety Event ready to discuss what the future holds for the development of technology in the fire safety industry and the next FireAngel innovations.