The company says that – ‘for the first time’ – SmartNet offers the sector a fully wireless system which is quick and easy to install, and can be scaled effectively from small to large installations. It said: “SmartNet leverages the latest wireless technologies, and with no need for wired boosters, translators, or any other wired element, removes the often stressful first fix stage of an installation.”
Austen Wells, Sales manager at the Cygnus Group, said: “SmartNet is the result of years of research and development to create a system which makes fire detection installation fast, simple, and compliant. We believe it represents a significant leap forward in fire safety technology, and are looking forward to demonstrating its capabilities.”
In addition to learning more about SmartNet, attendees will be able to find out about the Cygnus Academy, an in-person, ‘high specification’ training hub for installers seeking to learn about the new SmartNet wireless fire detection and alarm system.
Cygnus is aiming to be carbon neutral by 2030. It explained: “We are dedicated to reducing the energy we consume and secure energy supply from sustainable sources, changing the way we work, and focusing on developing more greener, sustainable products and services,” said Austen Wells.