Smart manufacturing fire detection relies on interconnected devices and systems. Sensors, machines, equipment, and products connected through the Internet of Things (IoT), enabling data exchange, detection and response.
Gas/dust sensors are designed to identify the presence of smoke particles, which are often an early sign of a fire. In smart manufacturing, these detectors may be integrated into the facility’s overall monitoring and control systems, allowing for real-time alerts and automated response.
Sense small differentials in temperature (2 to 3 degrees) with FLIR Teledyne cameras that tackle the most complex remote monitoring, alarming, and analytics objectives.
We have lots of experience integrating with existing PLCs to get your machinery communicating to you and to each other. AI can determine what equipment needs to control process equipment to mitigate damage.
Via proprietary dashboard monitor trigger levels, notifications, temperature trends. This allows for real-time data collection and remote control of the system, making it easier to manage and respond to incidents, even from off-site locations.
Insurance providers assess the level of risk associated with insuring a particular property or business. A well-implemented fire detection system can significantly reduce the risk of a fire going undetected, leading to a faster response time and potentially less damage. This reduced risk can translate into lower insurance premiums/deductibles.