Smoke detectors are a key part of any fire escape plan. Join ADI on Twitter to ask a question live on Wednesday, November 11th at 10 AM Eastern Time.

Grainne Murphy, Marketing Manager Industrial and IoT Solutions Group, Brian Coffey, Product Marketing Manager for the Molecular Sensors technology group, and Brandon Bushey, System Application Engineer, will host an engaging Twitter Q&A about How to Design Better Smoke Detectors. Come with all of your burning questions about how to design better smoke detectors and save more lives!

According to the Smoke Alarms in U.S. Home Fires, January 2019 report, smoke alarms were present in three-quarters (74%) of reported home fires in 2012-2016. Almost three out of five home fire deaths in 2012-2016 were caused by fires in properties with no smoke alarms (40%) or smoke alarms that failed to operate (17%). How can manufacturers be sure that they are meeting this regulatory compliance and preventing the high occurrence of nuisance alarms? The presentation on 10/15 shared how better smoke detectors can be designed to meet the regulatory requirements. New high performance sensing solutions from ADI are helping smoke and fire detector manufacturers solve these challenges. 

To address the needs of different customers, a number of solution offerings are available. During the 10/15 webcast, the new software and algorithm offering was reviewed and discussed in detail.

If you can't make the Twitter Q&A, you can ask your questions here and our experts will answer you.

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