Independent fire detection system manufacturer Apollo Fire Detectors will showcase its new SOTERIA range of products at Intersec 2016, which takes place in Dubai from 17-19 January.
Visitors to Apollo’s Stand E09 in Hall 4 will have the opportunity to find out about the company’s extensive product and service offering and witness in action the SOTERIA detection range – badged as “the next generation” in fire recognition technology which is designed to improve detection, reduce false alarms and deliver improved reliability.
Ed Browning, sales and marketing director at Apollo, commented: “Intersec presents Apollo with the ideal platform to show our new SOTERIA range to the region. The GCC region is an important sector for us, and we’re looking forward to meeting our partners and customers in Dubai and discussing how we can develop our businesses together.”
Complementing SOTERIA is Apollo’s enhanced protocol, namely CoreProtocol, the next generation in fire loop communication giving greater control, higher levels of efficiency and significantly more loop power.
The new protocol builds on the established capabilities of XP95 and Discovery, with forward and backwards compatibility and the ability to manage a significantly increased number of devices.
SOTERIA is the start of an ongoing technology innovation. The new range covers all detection areas such as heat, optical and CO, either individually or in combinations.
Initially comprising of three key products (an optical smoke detector, heat detector and multi (optical/heat) detector, Apollo has plans to extend the range to include three further detectors encompassing TRI sensor (optical 4, heat, CO), multi (optical 4/heat) and an optical 4.
Other additions to the range are the intelligent manual Call Point and addressable auto-aligning beam detector.
These new products reflect Apollo’s ambition of delivering a real focus on innovation and represent the start of “an evolutionary journey” with more exciting products in the pipeline.