Imperial College London

We provide complete solutions across all their major campuses. Imperial College London were an early adopter of our system and benefited from the exceptional coverage potential and power output of our transmitters. Their buildings are complex, dense and house complicated laboratories and other sites of interference. A complex customer with complex buildings, a perfect fit…

Spillage and Other Noise

Working in radio, we spend a lot of time worrying about two things: coverage and overspill. Getting coverage of a building is the core objective of the DeafWatch™ system and achieving coverage can often be a challenge. Concrete buildings reinforced with meshed rebar steel and metre thick floor or walls can cause several difficulties.  We’ve…

Ikigai and being happy at work

There is only so much self-improvement you can make before you might have to admit that it’s not actually you, maybe it’s the job? If you find that you are just going through the motions at work, or even worse, it has become an unpleasant place to be, it is possibly time to look elsewhere.…

Jess Breach visits Market Harborough Rugby Club

Both Chris Durham and Dave Hall from Wireless Alert Solutions help coach Market Harborough Rugby Club’s U9s. Thanks to a chance Twitter conversation between Dave and Jess Breach, England women rugby’s newest star, Jess came to visit and help coach the children. Breach, 20, who also plays for Harlequins Ladies, scored an incredible 11 tries…

Changing the Culture

Fire alarm systems for deaf students have a reputation for being extremely expensive. So it’s no surprise that many universities have little or no coverage. Those that do still have the worry of meeting high maintenance costs to ensure the safety of a small number of students. DeafWatch™ ends that culture of overcharging.     …

2 dead in Newgrange Care Home fire

On Saturday 8 April, a “fierce fire” left two people dead. The fire started at 6am and destroyed Newgrange Care Home in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire. Unfortunately, two elderly women died in the blaze.  Ivy Spriggs, aged 91 and Daphne Holloway aged 88. Hertfordshire County Council released a statement saying: “Firefighters were faced with an extremely fierce…