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Monitoring

Submitted on October 25, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
When you look at the hydra-headed beast alarm monitoring has become it’s difficult to see a clear path forward, regardless of whether you’re an installer or a monitoring provider. But at times like these, the facts you need to focus...
Submitted on August 18, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
Alarm monitoring continues the process of change and announcements about faster wireless technology, as well as new services from providers like SCSI, will more aggressively pull customers forward into a post-rebate future.  And recent developments suggest that process is about...
Submitted on July 20, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
ACCORDING to researcher Strategy Analytics, it’s time the alarm monitoring industry changed its name. The group argues that changes being wrought by smart home technology are so fundamental they might have broken the old monitoring business model. STRATEGY Analytics describes...
Submitted on July 7, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
Mobile devices are becoming increasingly prevalent as an extension of many electronic security solutions, where they allow end users to remotely manage their systems, as well as receiving alerts and status updates. For installers and monitoring stations, mobile devices can...
Submitted on March 9, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
ADOPTION of home automation systems in Australia, the United Kingdom and the U.S. is still in the early adopter phase with penetration of 10 per cent, according to research firm, Gartner Group. A telling finding was that outside alarm systems,...
Submitted on February 17, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
Alarm monitoring is likely to get increasingly funky over the next couple of years as the impact of home automation continues to ripple through the market. But there’s more to it than mere comms. Some of the new technology coming...
Submitted on November 21, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
DIRECTCONNECT is a 4G, cellular, fixed IP address SIM card service, that allows you to remotely connect to your CCTV, access control, BMS, help points and other IP devices with a simple click of a button. With 4G connectivity, running...
Submitted on November 7, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
It’s easy to forget that video surveillance is only part of the security manager’s operational matrix – without the support of additional systems and effective procedures, CCTV cameras are reduced to the role of investigative tools – useful but not...
Submitted on August 16, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
As  the alarm monitoring industry is reinvented as a creature of the digital world, AS2201 fails to provide manufacturers, installers and end users the support and surety it once did. The time has long passed for the official alarm standard...
Submitted on August 6, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
ICT’S addition of compliance to AS/NZS2201.1 Class 5 to its Protégé solution expands the scope for ICT alarm applications under the Australian government’s risk assessment process, Protective Security Policy Framework, (PSPF) and New Zealand’s Protective Security Requirements, (PSR). Protégé’s fully...
Submitted on May 24, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
THERE’S something about the state of alarm, automation and monitoring technology that suggests a splintering of paths to market in the alarm monitoring industry. And ISC West in Las Vegas last month highlighted a number of key trends likely to...
Submitted on April 11, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
Video verification is unquestionably the most important technology to hit alarm monitoring since the invention of the McCulloch Loop and while many manufacturers support the technology, creating the ecosystem necessary to bring such services to market remains elusive outside of...
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