ISC West Preview Webcast: Security Trends in the Smart Home Market
The line continues to blur between home security and automation. SSI and sister publication CE Pro is here to help you make sense of the new smart-home landscape during a free Webinar.
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. – SSI and its sister publication CE Pro will present a Webinar on March 22 at 2 p.m. EDT to preview ISC West 2016, as well as analyze today’s security and home automation landscape.
Here is your chance to take part in a walk-through of smart-home exhibits at the conference and start planning your schedule to maximize your time on the show floor. CE Pro Editor-at-Large Julie Jacobson, who has 25 years of experience in home technology marketing and reporting, leads this one-hour Webcast, which covers:
â€¢ A rundown of the exhibitors and their latest smart-home initiatives (bring your show floor map!)
â€¢ What traditional home-control manufacturers are doing in the security space, both technologically and business-wise
â€¢ Leading home security manufacturers and their latest home automation initiatives
â€¢ The blurring lines between DIY and professional services
â€¢ Security categories: alarm systems and peripherals, cameras, residential access control
The free Webinar is being presented by HAUS, NAPCO and Pivot3. To view a recording of this event, go here.
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