The history of Gas detection dates back to the days when a canary, a small songbird, was carried in the confined spaces to be alert of exit time. The canary would shake the cage when it is not keeping well, this would signal the worker that he has to evacuate and even more urgent evacuation is needed when it wouldn’t make any sound at all. Such gas detection methods were unreliable and included guesswork. Today’s gas detection systems are advanced and connected. They can detect, alert and also tell you how to react when the alarm goes off.FFAST is an authorized channel partner for Industrial Scientific. Industrial Scientific is a leading global provider of portable gas detectors and gas detection as a service.