We have to walk before we can run. Making miniature advances in this industry, will certainly generate bragging rights among myself and my colleges. Fire suppression systems would certainly be a life saver in the security industry.
Yes, I would like to see the day when fire suppression systems became mandatory with every security system installed. With ozone depleting chemicals loosing their popularity, and ozone friendly chemicals replacing them, I see no logical reason for the delay.
However, at this point in time, I would be happy with small bites in the industry. Small bites like complete contact coverage on all windows and doors, glass breakage detectors on all vulnerable window areas, motion detectors in attached garages and strobe lights placed in strategic locations around the home (inside and out). Once we have stuck the compulsory stamp on this, lets go for the fire suppression system!
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