Millennium Stadium

Cardiff, UK

Located in the Welsh capital of Cardiff, the landmark Millennium Stadium is home to both the national football and rugby teams of Wales, frequently staging international sporting events that fill its maximum capacity of 74,500. In addition to hosting England and FA Cup matches during the Wembley redevelopment, the Millennium Stadium has also hosts concerts and other events, sometimes beneath its fully retractable roof. 

  • Landmark
  • Sports & Entertainment

The Royal Albert Hall

London, UK

The Royal Albert Hall has installed intelligent control panels from Advanced as part of their recent fire system upgrade. The six networked MxPro 4 4-loop panels, supplied and commissioned by Leader Systems UK Ltd, have been fitted with ipGateway™ to allow the system to be monitored from anywhere on the internet using a standard web browser.

 

  • Historic
  • Cultural
  • Sports & Entertainment
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University of Portsmouth

Portsmouth, UK

Originally founded as the Portsmouth and Gosport School of Science in 1869 before becoming a polytechnic in 1960 and being granted University status in 1992, the University of Portsmouth is split between three main campus areas, the Langstone Campus is Milton, the University Quarter located in the city centre and Military Technological College of Oman.

  • Education

London Underground

London, UK

More commonly known as the Tube to everyday commuters, the London Underground is a rapid transit system serving the Greater London and some surrounding areas. Its routes serve 270 stations on 11 lines, with over 250 miles of track. The network incorporates part of the world’s first underground railway – The Metropolitan Railway. Integrated under public ownership in 1933, the Tube now serves 3.66 million passengers daily.  A multi-billion ongoing improvement plan is now underway to bring the network up to modern standards and prepare for further growth in London’s population.

  • Landmark
  • Transport

Magna Carta, Lincoln Castle

Lincoln, UK

Lincoln Castle, built by William the Conqueror in 1068, has recently undergone a four-year, £22m renovation. The works included the installation of an Advanced fire alarm and extinguishing system to protect the historic building and the original copy of Magna Carta that it houses.

  • Historic
  • Cultural
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London City Airport

London, UK

Opened in 1987, the airport, situated at the former Royal Docks in Newham, is the only airport to be located within the M25. Servicing over 3.6 million passengers annually, the airport has ten operating airlines that travel to over 45 destinations. 

 

  • Transport
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Tyne Tunnels

Tyne & Wear, UK

The first Tyne Tunnel was completed in 1967 and the second in 2011, after which the 1967 tunnel was comprehensively refurbished to include a new evacuation tunnel and the latest safety standards. Today, the twin tunnels provide a vital transport link, carrying the A19 trunk road under the Tyne River in North East England.  Around 36,000 vehicles use the twin tunnels every day, a figure which is expected to rise to 43,000 by 2021.

  • Landmark
  • Transport
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Bath Empire

Bath, UK

Advanced MxPro 5 panels have been chosen to protect the historic Empire Hotel building in Bath, UK.

  • Landmark
  • Leisure & Hospitality
  • Historic
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Leadenhall Building

London, UK

One of the UK’s landmark buildings, the Leadenhall Building in the City of London, will be protected by industry-leading intelligent fire panels from Advanced.

  • Highrise
  • Commercial
  • Landmark
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