"Smoke Detector
of the Future"

SENTELLIGENCEone has Partnered with the World Fire
Safety Foundation to Create a Safe Alarm System for Homes

SENTELLIGENCEone's ground-breaking research with their
...Smart Ambient Air Monitors (SAAMTM) is "disruptive"
...technology that has the potential to revolutionize the smoke alarm industry for both residential and commercial applications.

Local Company Says it has
"Smoke Detector of the Future"

SENTELLIGENCEone's  SAAMTM alarms can detect up 16 toxic gases including those given..
off in the earliest stage of smoldering fires,

often long before photoelectric technology.

Tim Griffin, Firefighter Carmel Fire Department

Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
FOX 59 News | 24 May 19

'Smoke Detector of the Future' | Fox59 News, Indiana IN, USA | 24 June 19

"This is a new and.. faster way to be..
able to detect a fire.

It is going to benefit..
us, it benefits the
 home owners, the
.. business owners .
and people's safety."

Greg Stewart, President, SENTELLIGENCEone | IN, USA

"Today's smoke detector, or electromechanical
 device, can take up to ten minutes to sense a
 smoke, to give you that alert, our device can
 detect at 0.1 seconds up to 10 seconds."

Greg Stewart, Founder, President, SENTELLIGENCEone

Indianapolis, IN, USA  | FOX 19 News | 24 May 2019

"We use spectral and optical instruments..
to detect contaminants within the air . . ...
CO, CO2, hydrocarbons and mold."

Rob Qualls, CEO, Founder, SENTELLIGENCEone

Indianapolis, IN, USA | FOX 19 News | 24 May 2019

Rob Qualls, Founder, CEO, SENTELLIGENCEone | IN, USA

Fox59 News | Indianapolis, Indiana, USA | 24 June 2019

Indianapolis, Indiana, USA  |  27 June 2019

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"The world is a dangerous

  place to live; not because

  of the people who are evil,

  but because of the people

  who do nothing about it."

Albert Einstein

"Ignorance, allied with..
power, is the most.. ferocious enemy..
 justice can have."

James A Baldwin

"All that is required..
for evil to triumph .
is for good men..
 to do nothing."

Edmund Burke