The current wireless fire detection industry is oriented towards mixed wireless and wired systems. It is a common way of upgrading or extending installations or installing new systems without impacting the hard wiring running throughout the building. Star network is the common wireless fire system which involves multiple wireless devices in direct communication with either a repeater or a central wireless gateway.
Increasing emphasis on design and aesthetics and the ease involved in these systems is anticipated to drive the industry over the forecast period. Improvements in existing government mandates and regulations regarding fire protection systems is the major factor supporting the industry. However, lack of acceptance in the industry owing to low reliability perception and high maintenance cost is expected to act as a restraining factor for the wireless fire detection systems industry.
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The declining prices of IR systems is expected to drive the wireless fire detection systems market demand over the forecast timeline. Increasing local and regional suppliers has led the industry to be competitive thereby drastic decline in prices of the sensors used in these systems. These industry players are supplying IR sensors with high customization levels which is comparatively cheaper as compared to global suppliers. Improvement in miniaturization and costs has increased the adoption of IR sensors in fire detection systems market which are highly sensitive to the radiations. These sensors are used to detect the inflammable gases both outdoors and indoors of the plants and facilities enabling the fire-fighters to carry their fire rescue operations efficiently.
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Increasing adoption of wireless systems in safety systems is also expected to fuel the market growth as the wireless communication eases the communication between field devices and control stations, allowing remote access. These field devices are often placed in hostile environment such as subsea in oil & gas industry. These communication systems have reduced the cabling costs and other overhead expenses. These detection systems with wireless connections can be used to directly transmit vital statistics for giving command for any critical issue by the top management. Emergence of government compliant wireless fire detection systems has increased the adoption of wireless instrumentation needs for critical safety applications.