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Suppliers

Honeywell focused on connected home/building

April 4, 2016Martha Entwistle

LAS VEGAS—A newly reorganized Honeywell Security and Fire intends to do more acquisitions in its quest to provide “the best connected solutions,” David Paja, Honeywell Security and Fire president, told Security Systems News.Noting that Honeywell CEO and chairman David Cote has talked about the “intent to leverage M&A as a strong tool” in driving innovation, Paja said acquiring technology, particularly software, is “a strategy at the forefront of the process.”Honeywell...

acquistions, David Paja, Honeywell Security and Fire, RSI, Todd Rief, Xtralis


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Suppliers

Honeywell buys smoke detection business

February 5, 2016Spencer Ives

MELVILLE, N.Y.—Honeywell announced on Feb. 4 it will acquire Xtralis, a smoke detection, security and video analytics company, for $480 million.Contacted by Security Systems News, Fred Koons, corporate communications director for Xtralis, said the company couldn't comment beyond saying, “We're excited to be joining Honeywell, and think it will take Xtralis to the next level.”Honeywell declined an interview request from SSN. Xtralis' smoke detectors protect high-profile locations,...

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Monitoring

Xtralis acquires video monitoring company Heitel

August 18, 2011Daniel Gelinas

BRUSSELS, Belgium—Xtralis, a global provider of early fire-, gas- and security- threat detection solutions, in July announced the acquisition of Kiel, Germany-based CCTV manufacturer HeiTel Digital Video GmbH. It's an acquisition that Xtralis says positions the company well for the surveillance market. "Xtralis has been a dominant player in the remote and central monitoring market with its ADPRO by Xtralis branded product line with a very strong position, particularly in the UK," Xtralis deputy...

ADPRO, Heitel Digital Video, ICAM, Kim Loy, Samir Samhouri, VESDA, Video Gateway, Xtralis


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Fire Systems Installation

Air-sampling technology market goes nuclear

January 6, 2011Tess Nacelewicz

NORWELL, Mass.—About half of the nation's 104 nuclear power plants plan to update their fire protection programs based on NFPA 805, a new set of risk-based fire protection standards for nuclear reactors, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced this week. The switch is expected to generate increased revenue for companies like Xtralis that make and/or supply fire products to the highly-regulated nuclear industry. That's because to meet the new standards, which reactors can choose whether...

Julia Milstead, NFPA 805, nuclear power plants, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Ron Robertson, Safe Fire Detection, Steven Joseph, VESDA, Xtralis


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