Abu Dhabi Police file patent for wireless fire alarm systemJuly 20th, 2010 - 12:23 am ICT by IANS
Abu Dhabi, July 19 (IANS/WAM) The Abu Dhabi Police have applied for patenting its new wireless fire alarm system, an official said Monday.
Head of Central Operations at Abu Dhabi Police Lt. Col. Nasir Sulaiman Al-Maskery said the police are now working towards the introduction of the new fire alarm system.
The device is sold in local markets after it was registered at Industrial Property Directorate of the economy ministry. The police plan to market it worldwide after patenting it.
The innovative device, developed by Osama Ahmed Ismail, a communications technician at the Abu Dhabi Police, is linked to fire alarm systems at various places and sends wireless signals to the control room. It can send data pinpointing the location of the fire thus enabling officials to mobilise firefighters.
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