Transportation Projects

Whether you are aware or not, one of our alarm systems could be actively protecting you at some of the largest transportation and travel venues in the world. The list includes Train Stations, Underground Railway Stations, Airports, Bus Stations, and Ports.

Transportation

Paris Metro Stations, France

Paris Metro Stations, France Stand anywhere in Paris and you will be no more than 1km from a Metro station – often closer, as the average distance between stations is only  548m. Known for its density within the city, the

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Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris, France

Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris, France Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, also known as Roissy, is the largest international airport in France. Named after the leader of the French Free Forces during the World War II, founder of the French

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Marylebone Station, London, UK

Marylebone Station, London, UK Marylebone station opened in 1899 and was the last of London’s main line termini to be built. The station connects the capital to a number of other cities including Nottingham, Sheffield and Manchester. Due to the

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Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport The Project The original VIGIL PAVA system at Dublin airport has undergone a massive change. Sound Productions (Ireland) won the prestigious project and turned to Baldwin Boxall for system design and supply In turn, due to some of

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Clapham Junction Station
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Clapham Junction Station, London, UK

Clapham Junction Station, London, UK Clapham Junction railway station is a major rail transport hub and is one of the busiest stations in Europe due to the number of trains funnelling through. Over 2,000 trains pass through the station every

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London Underground, London, UK

London Underground, London, UK Baldwin Boxall voice alarm systems were initially installed in the three sites featured in 2004, this was part of a modernisation project by Tubelines. In 2015 it was decided to update the systems by changing out

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