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Hybrid Fire Detection For Museums

Hybrid Fire Detection For Museums

A museum is an institution which holds irreplaceable artefacts and other objects of a historical, artistic, scientific or cultural nature. Museums are open to the public and are popular tourist destinations, meaning efficient fire detection must be in place to, not only protect the lives of individuals, but also the irreplaceable objects.

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Hybrid Fire Detection For Banks

Hybrid Fire Detection For Banks

A bank is a financial institution authorised by the government which is open to the public to give individuals and businesses the opportunity to borrow or invest money, change their current money into a different currency or to open and close accounts for individuals and businesses to hold their funds.

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Hybrid Fire Detection For Castles

Hybrid Fire Detection For Castles

A castle is a large building, typically constructed in the medieval period, used to protect individuals against attack using towers, thick walls, battlements and a moat. While this isn’t the case today, castles remain a significant part of history and need to be protected against fire.

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Hybrid Fire Detection For Prisons

Hybrid Fire Detection For Prisons

A prison is a building used to house individuals who have are awaiting trial or have committed a crime. Prisons are a place for confinement and are used as punishment for illegal actions.

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Hybrid Fire Detection for Town Halls

Hybrid Fire Detection for Town Halls

A town hall is a historical building located in the city centre of a town or city. Town halls are used for a wide range of events such as; conferences, parties, debates and shows, meaning they are quite often open to the public. Town halls also tend to be a popular tourist destination and have a strong security team.

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