Detection and denunciation systems are of great importance for minimizing risk in times of danger. For example, an early detection of a fire that has not yet grown in an environment will give the earliest opportunity to put the fire to the relevant personnel or automatic extinguishing system, and the loss of life and property will be eliminated. Likewise, early detection of any explosive gas accumulated in an environment will allow early intervention (such as ventilation) to act and release the gas from the environment. This will eliminate the possibility of explosive atmosphere and possible fire.
Fire detection and notification systems are set up to detect fires that occur as a general principle at the earliest possible time and to send them to the relevant places by means of signals.