Campus and multi-building facility life safety challenges
New building construction and facilities expansion often require the addition or centralization of life safety event management systems for educational institutions, healthcare facilities, office and residential buildings, entertainment complexes and industrial facilities. That growth, coupled with increasing regulations and new building codes challenges facilities managers with finding a solution that will substantially improve their organization's fire and security response performance within their allotted head count and budget.
Fragmented or non-existent systems, outdated equipment, rising costs of contract monitoring services and telephone lines all diminish the effectiveness of fire and security response time and accuracy.
Keltron's comprehensive solutions
Keltron's universally compatible life safety event management systems offer facilities manager the benefits of high performance, dependability and cost efficiency of their fire and security response services. Keltron's UL-listed, NFPA 72-compliant systems protect universities, hospitals, correctional institutions and commercial facilities throughout the country and provide a wide range of benefits including:
Increases response time - up to 2 minutes faster than central station monitoring
Improves security - enables increased monitoring of facility buildings
Enhances accuracy - enables operator to receive event-specific information
Enables scalability - provides infinite capacity for growth
Improves reliability - wide safety margins and rugged construction ensures 24/7/365 uptime
Decreases staffing needs - provides centralized on-site monitoring of remote facilities
Reduces costs -eliminates contract monitoring service costs, reduces insurance premiums
Reduces capital expense - universal compatibility enables interface with legacy systems
Learn about how companies, institutions and organizations use Keltron's systems to solve their life safety event management challenges:
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