Fire Protection Systems Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth Trends, and Forecast 2015 - 2023 The upcoming mergers and acquisitions in the global fire protection systems market are likely to win companies not just strategic partnerships but also bigger market shares. Findings by Transparency Market Research state that market developments such as 3M Company’s acquisition of Polypore’s Separations Media business will lead to the creation of bigger and more fierce competitors in the market. The report also suggests that companies will aim towards providing unwavering service to customers to maintain a loyal base and lure in new clients. The future of the companies in the global fire protection systems depends on their strategic planning to gain advantage in the given market dynamics This 277 page report gives readers a comprehensive overview of the Fire Protection Systems market Browse through 151 data tables and 182 figures to unlock the hidden opportunities in this market. http://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/pressrelease/enhanced-fire-protection- market.htm Proactive Adoption of Fire Protection Equipment in O&G a High-impact Driver The global fire protection systems market includes a variety of fire detection equipment and fire suppression systems. Collectively, the market is being driven by the proactive adoption of these systems and equipment in the vast oil and gas industry. The perils of working in the oil and gas sector have forced companies to provide safety gear and equipment to their workers. Therefore, the growth of oil and gas sector is directly proportional to the growth of the fire protection systems market across the globe. Owing to these reasons, the oil and gas sector along with the operation sectors such as upstream, midstream, and downstream are investing in replacing old fire protection systems with advanced systems to offer better solutions. Several sectors across the globe are looking at installing technologically advanced fire detection and suppression systems. A TMR analyst says, “Water sprinkler systems are being replaced by mist-based fire suppression systems as the latter can reduce the flame and gases along with increasing oxygen levels by evaporation.