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Advanced lights the way at University of Bristol

The University of Bristol’s emergency lighting upgrade continues with the installation of a further ten LuxIntelligent emergency light testing panels from fire and life safety system manufacturer, Advanced. The new equipment will be installed alongside 21 existing LuxIntelligent panels linked ...

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New appointment puts spotlight on Advanced’s emergency lighting

Global fire and life safety systems manufacturer, Advanced, has appointed Hanif Ghodawala as new business development manager for its emergency lighting division. In his new role, Hanif will draw on more than 20 years’ experience working for high-profile fire detection ...

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Light the way

Thorsten Mueller, Head of Global Product Group Building and Home Automation Solutions at ABB explains why the digitalisation of emergency lighting is vital In the current climate, facilities managers are facing constant changes to how buildings are used and occupied, ...

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New emergency lighting range from Advanced

Advanced is extending its range of emergency lighting solutions with the launch of EasySafe addressable, low-voltage emergency luminaires and exit signs. All EasySafe products are designed to work with LuxIntelligent, Advanced’s emergency light testing system. Powered directly from the LuxIntelligent ...

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Spotlight on emergency lighting as Advanced appoints new business manager

Global fire and life safety company, Advanced, has appointed a new business manager to support the growth of its emergency lighting business. Matt Jones joins Advanced from his role as product manager at Apollo Fire Detectors. In his new role, ...

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Exit strategy

A correctly specified, installed and maintained emergency lighting system facilitates the prompt evacuation of a building affected by fire and smoke says Richard Merchant, Commercial Director at TheisCraft Anyone who has been in an unfamiliar building when a fire alarm ...

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