SecTech Roadshow 2018
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Monitoring

Submitted on April 7, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
We hear a lot of talk about home automation these days but it’s not easy getting a sense of how much home automation is being used and what overall penetration automation has into the Australian market. HOME automation is the...
Submitted on February 20, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
Alarm monitoring software and hardware manufacturer Suretek’s re-imagining of itself highlights the huge changes sweeping through the alarm monitoring industry, as well as clearly setting out real opportunities. SURETEK’S co-location facility and data centre in Sydney’s western suburbs is unquestionably...
Submitted on February 17, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
Home automation is continuing to trend, with overseas takeup suggesting it’s likely local monitoring providers who are doubling down on home automation capability are on the track. ELECTRONIC security systems, home and office automation solutions and broadband internet and cloud...
Submitted on February 16, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
APOLLO Global Management says it will acquire security monitoring company ADT Corp. for about $US6.9 billion. It’s the biggest leveraged buyout of the year, according to Bloomberg Business.  Apollo will pay $42 a share in cash for the Boca Raton,...
Submitted on January 29, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
SCSI’s new DirectConnect Fixed-IP SIM service has recently been deployed across the City of Stonington’s Council facilities and now offers direct access to its CCTV systems.  City of Stonington’s iconic buildings including the Prahran and Malvern Town Halls, Prahran Aquatic...
Submitted on October 30, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
A NEW market research report expects the global alarm monitoring market to reach $US54.46 billion by 2020 at a CAGR of 6.73 per cent between 2015 and 2020. The research report, Alarm Monitoring Market by Communication Technologies, End Users Component...
Submitted on October 27, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
MONITORING centre grading under AS2201.2 covers a wide range of factors, including on-premises redundancy for such aspects of IT, data and power. But it does not cater for the situation where a centre suffers total failure. ASIAL's redundant certification scheme...
Submitted on October 24, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
2GIG Go!Control, distributed locally by QSS, is America’s biggest selling alarm and automation panel, so it’s no surprise I was keen to get a look at this system.  THROUGH the power and flexibility of 2GIG Go!Control panel Vivint became a...
Submitted on October 23, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
The global internet of things is coming, driven by demographics, as well as by the pursuit of new revenue streams. Is the electronic security industry ready? Surprisingly so, and may benefit in multiple ways.  WHEN it comes to phrases of...
Submitted on October 19, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
NEW from SCSI is DirectConnect, a fixed-IP 4G service that links field devices in remote locations; including CCTV, access control or any IP device; via SCSI’s private and secure network using a standard 4G router and SIM.  SCSI DirectConnect is...
Submitted on September 15, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
Alarm monitoring’s future continues to look nebulous – the only certain thing is that the future will not look anything like the past. Will we see the demise of the traditional alarm panel, with its 8 or 16 input zones and...
Submitted on August 12, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
MARKET Research suggests DIY is going to make significant inroads into the monitoring market and not just in terms of users opting for self-monitored solutions. But how realistic are these projections? A RECENT report from ABI Research suggests DIY is...
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