Martin Senn, president of the Rotary Club of Goleta, thanked guest speaker Greg Chambers for his interesting and informative presentation of Kidde Dual Spectrum, the world leader in the design and manufacturing of optical infrared fire detection and suppression systems.
KDS is a local company, located in Goleta, and is a spinoff of Santa Barbara Research. Chambers is the site manager of Kidde Dual Spectrum.
KDS became the industry leader in armored combat vehicle automatic fire sensing and suppression systems and components in the early 1970s. These systems are used in military vehicles, transit vehicles and other applications worldwide.
Chambers gave a dynamic presentation complemented with PowerPoint elements and video to give Rotary members a greater understanding of the effective use of optical infrared fire detection and suppression systems.
If you would like to become more involved in community service locally or on the international level, contact the Rotary Club of Goleta and visit one of its bimonthly meetings at 6:30 p.m. on the second or fourth Tuesdays on the month at the Elephant Bar, 521 Firestone Road, for interesting meetings, guest speakers, dinner and fellowship with men and women wanting to make a difference in the world.
— Lynn Cederquist is publicity chairwoman of the Rotary Club of Goleta.