evacuation system

e·vac·u·a·tion sys·tem

(ē-vakyū-āshŭn sistĕm)
In dentistry, a suction used to remove fluids such as saliva and blood from an area to provide a dry treatment field.
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Voice sounders are used as part of a voice evacuation system in large public and commercial buildings to quickly alert occupiers to an emergency and instruct them to evacuate the premises.
Semtech Corporation (Nasdaq: SMTC), a supplier of high performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors and advanced algorithms, announced collaboration with HEX SAFETY (HEX), a smart fire prevention company in Taiwan, to incorporate Semtech's LoRa[R] devices and wireless radio frequency technology (LoRa Technology) into its Dynamic Evacuation System, the company said.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-August 16, 2018-Smart Fire Evacuation System integrates Semtech's LoRa technology
Around 50 projects posters were displayed at the exhibition on the topics of Traffic Control Signal on Digital Processing, Drug Compression and Blood Donation System, Small Business Solutions, Child Health Information System, Online Rent, Smart House Services, Complaint Management System, Smart Disaster Management System, Head Counter and Fire Detector, Loan Originating System, Disaster Rescue System, Pharma Online, Accounts solution, Food Logger, Eat Right and Smart Fire Evacuation System.
Summary: Smart evacuation system will avert casualties in fire
Blown film extrusion plants can now reduce airborne contaminants by as much as 80% with a patented Saturn Evacuation System (SES) and extend cleanings from every six weeks to quarterly, or longer, according to the company.
Mississauga, Canada, March 28, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Blown film extrusion plants can now reduce airborne contaminants by as much as 80% with a new patented Saturn Evacuation System (SES) from Future Design Inc.
announced the receipt of US patent #8,282,374 for their Evacuation System for Plastics Extrusion.
(2) The assignment of Army critical care or trauma nurses to medical evacuation units is consistent with the recognition that the medical evacuation system is a truly vital asset in the success of today's American military.
Presented by the co-ordinator for the health care operation at the Tunisian-Libyan border during the first phase of the crisis of refugees, whose number reached 241,702 including 29% of Libyan and Tunisian nationals, the new contingency plan revolves around four axes, namely maintaining the present front-line device and boosting epidemic supervision, organising an evacuation system of the injured and the seriously-hit patients, rehabilitation of the front-line health structure on the path of evacuation and strengthening capacities of the Tunisian southeastern hospitals.