Italy | 2020
OSSH is a system of door handles which light up to be detected in critical conditions indicating emergency in general with the color of light.OSSH carry Security features:in anti intrusion and evacuation plans and Safety features on Fire Doors or in a black out. OSSH introduces a range of door handles which are considered to represent a solution to safety and security measure requirements and are at the same time assessed as a "Best Practice" available to shipowners and shipyards. OSSH is the first system of luminous door handles to dialogue with the vessels' Safety Management and Control Systems.The SMCS is designed for crisis management on cruise and merchant ships, supporting the operators in managing the safety during various phases of the emergency, from the initial alarm to the event resolution. SMCS is a modular set of collaborating and communicating components achieving a functional integration of all safety sub-systems on board. OSSH takes informations immediately from the bridge and sends informations back , informing the crew and panicking passengers on site working as a luminous interface, sort of an extra emergency signage on the door handle.In a simple i-o logic OSSH provides informations such as emergency:applications are countless some refer to Security :during evacuation plans handles show if a cabin has been checked or not; in anti intrusion plans handles indicates if a door is locked or not…and to Safety, in tandem with Low Location Lights (LLL), on Fire Doors : in the fire-zone the hazard door handle lights up red while the best escape route is green; or in case of a black out door handles light up to 18 hours.The patented cable free power and data transfer system allows quick ’n easy installation on board.OSSH handles are available in kit for new built or retrofit.OSSH was designed with special consideration to the marine environment specially for cruise ships and off shore but may be adopted on land as well. https://vimeo.com/360326051
Zenith Design & Construction Consultants Co.