The service is ideal for companies who have an occasional need to supply EN 54-16 compliant systems
The new service is available across full portfolio of voice alarm systems from Bosch including Prasideo, PAVIRO, and Plena

To meet the increasing demand for EN 54-16 compliant voice alarm systems in the UK and Eire markets, Bosch has introduced a new service to deliver complete, certified equipment racks built to client specifications. The service is ideal for companies who have an occasional need to supply EN 54-16 compliant systems, and it can also be used to increase overall capacity for companies more regularly involved in providing systems.

“The process to design and build a fully-compliant EN 54-16 voice alarm system can be very complicated,” said Adam Osborne, Communications Sales Manager at Bosch Security Systems. “If a company is not engaged in this process on a regular basis then it makes sense to take advantage of another company’s expertise. There will be an increase in market demand for EN 54-16 compliant systems over the next few years and this new service positions Bosch as the manufacturer of choice for any company needing a voice alarm system rack built and delivered.”

Available across Bosch voice alarm systems portfolio

The new service is available across the full portfolio of voice alarm systems available from Bosch. The fully digital Praesideo Public Address and Emergency Sound system is the number-one choice for enterprise-class public address and voice alarm applications. The new PAVIRO Public Address and Voice Evacuation system features a highly adaptable system architecture that makes it ideal for small- to mid-sized systems, while the Plena Voice Alarm System (VAS) is ideal for small-sized projects.

The service is available via Audomation Software Limited, based near Cannock. David Howe, Managing Director and founder of Audomation, is a former employee of the Bosch Security Systems professional audio division. Howe has over 30 years’ industry experience, including work on venues for the 2012 Olympic Games. He is also an active council member of the Institute of Sound and Communications Engineers (ISCE).

“I am delighted that we can work with Bosch to offer this great new service,” Howe comments. “Audomation’s attention to detail will ensure that those using the service get a first-class rack built, accompanied by all the necessary manuals and certificates. We also have the capabilities to add any bespoke components that may be required, such as specialist microphones and other accessories. Additional services such as onsite commissioning, training and checking of sound pressure levels once the system is installed are available on request.”