NF Website Hero Event Category 1340x354px Webinar


Honeywell Connected Life Safety Service places connectivity at the heart of fire safety, providing visibility to drive timely and accurate decision making. Honeywell CLSS platform harnesses the power of hardware and software to transform the way systems are designed, installed, monitored and maintained.

We will show how you can use the rich fire system data with CLSS and ensure your fire system is tested properly and sites stay compliant.

Register for our webinar and discover how you can have connectivity and visibility of the fire systems across your entire facilities portfolio with CLSS, Anytime Anywhere.


Monday 19th October 9:00am AEST


This session will focus on the design and installation of transmission paths particularly as they apply to the transfer of data and power. This is a poorly understood subject leading to some quite serious deviations from the true requirements resulting in non-compliant installations. This, of course, can result in non-compliant installations being re-certified on an annual basis by service organisations.

As well as discussions on the provisions of AS1670.1 the presentation will include practical examples of applications such as power supply to ASD, linear beam detectors and also audio splitters which are now widely used in occupant warning systems.
Register for our webinar and arm yourself with information and training on the latest code and Industry knowledge.


Monday 19th October
10:00am AEST


We'll explain the latest in Detection Classification from AS1670.1 and how to create a solution for Very Early Alarm and Activation of Suppression systems although, with VESDA this rarely occurs.

Unlike traditional applications, Data Centres pose risk in many forms due to the critical infrastructure, challenging environments created from high airflows and the potential loss of thousands of dollars as a result of downtime.
With this in mind, the Honeywell Advanced Detection Group have developed a solution to not only detect a risk within its early stages but to control, monitor and action the situation before its too late.

A fire system that detects, reports and maintains remotely.

Let’s ADDRESS this together!

  • Double Knock Scenarios and Schematics
  • Loop Addressable VESDA
  • AFP-3030 Fire Panel
  • CLSS Remote Software Management
  • How to Reduce Your TCO


Tuesday 20th October 9:00am AEST


We take a VESDA and divide it into 4 practical zones that can provide you with the very earliest detection for open office applications. It provides Fire Engineers with faster response times to enable flexibility when designing egress paths.

VESDA-E VES can identify and monitor smoke density by individual sampling pipe (sector) which allows a single zone to be divided into four separate sectors; for example, distinguishing between separate aisles within a data room. Sector addressability enables the user to respond to a potential fire event quickly by reducing the search area. Learn more about VESDA-E VES and discuss how it be used to improve a Smoke Detection solution. Specific topics are; 

  • Introduction to VESDA-E VES
  • What’s New (VES vs VLS)


Tuesday 20th October 10:00am AEST


Integrated PAVA and acoustic design perspectives provide best in class speech intelligibility for evacuation purposes and general announcements all in one network.

How to design Voice Alarm(VA) and Public Address (PA) systems and their use in conjunction with advanced fire detection systems.

People respond more quickly and are more likely to take the correct action during an evacuation if voice messages with detailed information and exact instructions are used instead of tone sounders/sirens.

To achieve the right VA design a number of steps need to be followed:

  • Why PAVA?
  • Importance of Australian Standards (AS1670), reaching Sound Pressure Level (SPL) and Speech Transmission Index (STI)
  • System and Acoustic Design Examples


Wednesday 21st October9:30am AEST


Jets Fans creates poor visibility and can compromise your Fire Protection in the event of a fire. We’ll explain how VESDA takes care of this.

Carparks present unique challenges for fire detection, discuss how to successfully design an aspirating smoke detection system. Specific topics of the session are;

  • ASD design for a carpark application
  • ASD design for a carpark application
  • Compliance to AS1670 or performance objective
  • Manufacturers recommendations
  • How to create and read an Installation Data Pack


Thursday 22nd October9:00am AEST


Hospitals are diverse operationally and have patients with limited movement in the event of an emergency.  Early detection with graphical interface will provide Emergency Department the location and control of their response.  Interfacing Fire & Evacuation with the Building Management and Security Systems provides comprehensive emergency response.


Thursday 22nd October
10:00am AEST