Fire cameras are the latest when it comes to using modern technology for the early detection of fires.
They are used in locations where smoke detectors wont be suitable such as for wide open spaces, outdoor areas, festival grounds, forests and similar areas.
As opposed to smoke or flame detectors, fire spotting cameras don’t need to be near heat or smoke to detect a fire.
The fact that a fire spotting camera can be positioned far away and that flames or smoke don’t need to reach the detector first can make it the superior detection device.
Because a fire detection camera analyzes the video stream in real time it can warn of a potential blaze much earlier and is also able to monitor a much larger area when compared to smoke detectors.
The installation and integration of a fire detection camera is rather straight-forward. It can simply be integrated in any already existing CCTV systems.
With a modern fire camera it is now possible to quickly and effectively detect fires where this has been challenging or impossible in the past. Their low maintenance requirements and high reliability make those systems a good choice for many types of venues and locations.
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They only have three months but need to raise £600,000 for the new statue of Mahatma Gandhi in front of London’s Parliament Square
Campaigners plan is to have the statue revealed by Indian Prime Minister Nahendra Modi who is coming to Britain in the following year. The British foreign office already sent of an invitation to the Indian government
The sculpture shows Gandhi with a shawl and a traditional dhoti skirt. It was designed by Philip Jackson who already created several memorials in the British capital such as the Bomber Command.
He designed the statue with the help of several photographs of Gandhi that have been taken when Gandhi visited London back in 1931.
It is planned to put the statue in the corner of Parliament Square right next to that of Nelson Mandela. The Westminster Council granted planning permission for the statue this past week.
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If you love the races as much as I do you will certainly not say “no” whenever someone tells you they have a winning strategy that’s better than any other.
The problem (OF COURSE!) is that most of those “great tips” often turn out nothing but hot air. As you may certainly know, such systems almost never work.
If a friend gives you such advice it’s still cool, but it becomes a problem if you happened to spend some good money on such a non-working system.
The best advice I can give you here when it comes to horse racing strategies is to always test them *before* you shell out your hard earned money. This is the best way to get an idea about the reliability of such systems. If they turn out to not be working you didn’t lose anything and can just blow it off. Also, take my word for it, those guys who are really knowing about the *working* horse racing systems will gladly allow you to test them for free just to prove you that they do in fact work!
This is exactly how you can find the reliable guys because they want you to buy their tips AFTER you saw that you can win with them. The shady guys *always* want your money first, obviously!
The best system for horse racing which I know of, and this is actually the only one I can really recommend to you I got from the Horse Racing Pro at www.horseracingpro.co.uk. There you can also get many free horse racing tips so you can test them at your favorite track! Let me know how they work for you!!
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If you want some cool gift ideas for your boss but don’t want to spend too much, here is a great page I can recommend to you! Check out 19 Fun And Cheap Gifts For Your Boss.
There are lots of really cool and unique gifts on that page with all of them under $50.
I especially love the ipad stand that looks like a small vintage TV and the mini golf game for the office.
So check it out if you want some unique and awesome gifts!
Tags: boss, gifts
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