In case of choosing safety systems, we have to start with defining our needs. I am a supporter of innovative and integrated systems. However, a sensible compromise should be reached while finding a solution. I believe that a system should first and foremost increase the safety and simplify the management of a building. The common mistake made by investors is implementation of sophisticated functionalities which will not be used in the future. If a vision comes from a designer, there is a risk that it will cross with needs of a user or he will not realize all possibilities of a system. Fortunately, the awareness of investors is growing thanks to popular trainings organized by producers. The investors often order a consultancy of experienced companies in order to know what benefits may be gained or how to plan an optimal solution. Such activity gives a certainty that delivered and often personalized solution will meet demands of an user and stick to their budget.
Life Science Park complex is an example when the investor has a wide knowledge and familiarity with the market. It allowed him to define concrete needs, thanks to which he received a functional system which is fully used.