SecTech Roadshow 2019
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Alarms

Submitted on April 18, 2019 | John Adams
They're the most common security sensing devices you can buy but too many installers still get it wrong when they're putting in PIRs. And just going for dual technology sensors instead of installing PIRs properly is poor practice. FOR many...
Submitted on April 11, 2019 | John Adams
NEW sensor technology offers more efficient presence detection via a small, inexpensive, battery-powered and IoT-caged sensor that can be connected very quickly with the help of the upcoming 5G networks. Anders Jansson, CTO at the Swedish IR sensor company JonDeTech,...
Submitted on April 8, 2019 | John Adams
AUSTRALIAN Munitions is seeking installation and commissioning of an IP CCTV solution for its Benalla site. The Mulwala NSW and Benalla VIC facilities are owned by the Commonwealth of Australia and operated by Thales, trading as Australian Munitions, producing energetic...
Submitted on March 1, 2019 | John Adams
For alarm monitoring providers and alarm installers the advent of 5G - Optus just launched a couple of 5G points in Canberra – is going to deliver opportunities along with plenty of security challenges. With 5G, there are going to...
Submitted on December 20, 2018 | John Adams
Most modern alarm and automation solutions seem to be wireless by default, leveraging Z-wave, Zig-Bee or proprietary comms, as well as offering Wi-Fi and cabled network connections. For installers and end users choosing the best solutions is never going to...
Submitted on December 5, 2018 | John Adams
A few months ago we took a look at MQTT, which is a protocol that runs over the TCP/IP network and allows unrelated devices from disparate manufacturers to communicate with each other in a coherent way. In MQTT Part 2,...
Submitted on December 4, 2018 | John Adams
Bold Perennial software development company Security Information & Management Systems for undisclosed terms. The acquisition and integration will provide Bold Perennial a broader reach into the market. SIMS will integrate with the Bold Perennial organization and its product lines. Bold Perennial...
Submitted on October 26, 2018 | John Adams
AT Security 2018 SEN got a demo of the Fog Bandit, a security fogging system that is designed to fill the protected space with a visually impenetrable fog, encouraging intruders to beat a retreat. WE’VE been hearing about security fogging...
Submitted on September 14, 2018 | John Adams
There’s been plenty of fretting in the CCTV industry about the cyber security levels of CCTV cameras. Do the same issues apply to some Internet-facing smart home devices and systems? Possibly – it all comes down to the configuration of...
Submitted on September 14, 2018 | John Adams
The Almond 3S hub-based security, automation, network access and management solution is an impressive collaboration from SCSI and manufacturer, Securifi. It’s a system designed to deliver almost everything to almost everyone – that includes professional installers and monitoring stations. The...
Submitted on September 3, 2018 | John Adams
We have only 2 zones in a very small alarm system for PIRs and are wondering where you think would be the best location would be in a single-story domestic application. A: Design of the home is going to dictate...
Submitted on August 31, 2018 | John Adams
Security Electronics’ editor John Adams speaks with Mark Cunnington, senior vice president of security, and Tim Martin, senior vice president APAC, about Anixter’s acquisition of Inner Range and CSD to uncover what the future holds. JA: Do you think the...
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