Imperial College London
Imperial College London – 30 Buildings across 2 sites.
Wireless Alert Solutions Limited provide a secure, cost effective solution at Imperial College London University main campus at South Kensington. The campus is sandwiched between the Natural History Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Science Museum.
To protect both students and staff, Imperial College have moved quickly to secure complete coverage over their 29 buildings across the South Kensington site with DeafWatch. The Imperial College campus would represent a real challenge to any other system than DeafWatch on inferior frequencies, with the majority of the building of between five and eleven floors and construction favouring concrete and granite.
University of Northampton install DeafWatch – Deaf Fire Alarm
University of Northampton – 40 buildings across 2 campuses.
The University of Northampton had a legacy system installed which was too expensive to develop across the campus and also too expensive to maintain.
They installed DeafWatch – Deaf Fire Alarm across both their campuses for complete protection with an innovative and intelligent design.
Kirklees College – 15 buildings covered over 5 sites.
Kirklees College has DeafWatch installed across all five college sites, providing comprehensive cover for all Deaf and hard of hearing students and staff. This coverage is achieved by a combination of interlinked fire alarms, with multiple fire alarm messages and stand alone systems. a superior frequency.
Gower College Swansea
Gower College Swansea – 12 buildings covered over 6 sites.
Gower College Swansea offer complete protection across six sites in and around central Swansea, including a fully functioning hotel and an out of town business centre.superior frequency.
Birmingham Metropolitan College
Birmingham Metropolitan College – 14 buildings across 5 sites.
Total coverage for Birmingham Metropolitan College provides protection for Deaf and hard of hearing students across five campuses. In addition, the client monitors their outlying buildings through DeafWatch with a central monitoring system to inform estates personnel and manage the response and evacuation.uency.
West Midlands Police Authority
West Midlands Police Authority HQ – Lloyd House.
West Midlands Police required a secure but cost effective way of providing equal access to fire evacuation and specific bomb evacuation messages for their regional headquarters at Lloyd House. Experience with a legacy paging system in their huge twelve storey building had left them skeptical, until our transmitter easily covered their building using only 1 watt of power.
Warwickshire County Council
Warwickshire County Council – Five Sites Covered.
Warwickshire CC were concerned that their Deaf and hard of hearing visitors and employees were at risk. They opted for the DeafWatch system as its superb building coverage and cost effective price enabled a rollout across multiple sites.
Central Bedfordshire Council
Central Bedfordshire Council – Priory House.
Central Bedfordshire Council tendered to three potential suppliers. Both the alternative suppliers needed a minimum of two transmitters to provide coverage in this small but concrete rich environment. Wireless Alert Solutions Limited provided coverage with a single DeafWatch transmitter with a superior five watts of power and a superior frequency.