monitoring

Submitted on May 3, 2021 | John Adams
Alarm monitoring, which has been drifting away from standalone controllers to networked hubs for many years, is now perfectly positioned for the rapid penetration into its functionality of analytics suites. There’s no question that residential and small business alarm technology...
Submitted on February 26, 2021 | John Adams
Bureau monitoring is undertaken by an installer or integrator on behalf of end user clients via a preferred professional monitoring service. John Adams spoke with Lee Chua of monitoring provider, BENS, to discover the qualities of the perfect bureau monitoring...
Submitted on January 27, 2021 | John Adams
WHEN word of a new price point of $5 per month for monitoring began to seep out of the U.S. recently, it was hard not to see the shift in contextual terms – the universality of devices, increasingly global internet...
Submitted on September 4, 2020 | John Adams
The big bandwidth of 5G wireless is increasingly available in metropolitan centres around ANZ but what end users and suppliers are going to do with it in terms of delivering new monitoring and remote management services is less certain. Telstra...
Submitted on May 29, 2020 | John Adams
We’ve been talking about 5G for a long time – so long it almost seemed like the technology would never appear in the real world – but as Australia’s largest telco flexes its infrastructure muscles, electronic security providers need to...
Submitted on May 25, 2020 | John Adams
The ASIAL Graded Monitoring Centre scheme seeks to provide customers with the reassurance that the high standards applied at a monitoring centre are independently audited on a regular basis. The type of items that are covered in the standard are:...
Submitted on May 15, 2020 | John Adams
Research from Parks Associates forecasts total professional monitoring revenue for the U.S. residential security sector will total $15.74 billion in 2020, with smart home services accounting for $1.2 billion of the total and growing at around 12.5 per cent through...
Submitted on June 21, 2019 | John Adams
VIDEO verification of alarm events must be mandatory for all low risk domestic and small business alarm systems as the impact of the National Police Alarm Activation Response Guideline filters through the ANZ alarm monitoring market. The NPAAR Guideline creates...
Submitted on June 14, 2019 | John Adams
PARKS Associates research revealed at the end of 2018 that 28 per cent of U.S. broadband households had of an active security system, up from 26 per cent in 2017, with 24 per cent having professional monitoring. However, Parks’ Connected...
Submitted on March 12, 2019 | John Adams
Threat Protect Australia has negotiated $A49 million in funding, $35 million of which will be used to acquire security alarm monitoring business, Onwatch. The acquisition is part of Threat Protect’s growth strategy. In 2018, it acquired a Western Australia-based monitoring...
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 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...
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