I hate to self-promote, but this is one of those times that I think it’s worth it to promote something for the better of the industry as a whole…
Since our introduction of www.mnec.org, many industry professionals have begun to investigate the opportunities in Mass Notification & Emergency Communication Summit (MNEC) and how it may be a profitable business opportunity. So, NSCA decided to host an MNEC Summit at InfoComm 2010. Manufacturers who are producing products for this sector will be there connect with systems integrators and security professionals who will be most affected by this emerging market.
The MNEC Summit will take place from 1-3 p.m. on Thursday, June 10, in Room N232 at the Las Vegas Convention Center during InfoComm 2010. MNEC is predicted to be a $6 billion dollar industry in just five years, so I hope you will join me at this event to better understand how you can take advantage of this market.
We’ve pulled together an impressive list of panelists to address the 2010 code changes and new standards for fire and life safety systems. We’ll also cover the revised NFPA 72, intelligibility requirements and testing procedures, UL 2572, AHJ awareness and acceptance, and what training and/or credentials will be needed by industry professionals.
This is a must-attend summit for integrators looking to grow into the audio and life safety markets as well as those already involved who need to know how these code changes will affect their businesses. Representatives from NOTIFIER, UL, AFAA, Siemens, Bosch, Cooper Notification, BIAMP, PSA and NSCA will be there to address these issues and more.
Space at the summit is limited. RSVP to Norah Hammond at email@example.com or 800.446.6722 to reserve your seat. Visit www.mnec.org to learn more about the code, how it has recently changed and what that means for you.