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Read: Vivint Takes Home TMA 2017 Monitoring Center of the Year

Vivint Takes Home TMA 2017 Monitoring Center of the Year

The Monitoring Association bestowed its annual monitoring center excellence awards at a ceremony held during ESX 2017.

Read: ESX Returns to Nashville, Will Celebrate 10th Anniversary

ESX Returns to Nashville, Will Celebrate 10th Anniversary

Installing security contractors and other industry stakeholders will convene in the Music City June 13-16.

Read: ADT, Security Industry Leaders Join BBB to Warn Consumers About Summer Door-Knocking Season

ADT, Security Industry Leaders Join BBB to Warn Consumers About Summer Door-Knocking Season

A news conference organized by ADT held at the Better Business Bureau included victims of deceptive alarms sales tactics sharing their experiences.

Read: Highland Park (Texas) Adopts Automated Secure Alarm Protocol for Faster Emergency Response

Highland Park (Texas) Adopts Automated Secure Alarm Protocol for Faster Emergency Response

The town, located near Dallas, is the first to implement the ASAP solution provided by Tyler Technologies for New World CAD systems.

Read: Doyle Security First in New York State to Implement ASAP-to-PSAP Alarm Communications

Doyle Security First in New York State to Implement ASAP-to-PSAP Alarm Communications

The Automated Secure Alarm Protocol to Public Safety Answering Point program reduces errors and paves way for faster emergency response.

Read: CSAA Makes Name Change: The Monitoring Association

CSAA Makes Name Change: The Monitoring Association

The association says the name change reflects an adjustment in mission and focus necessitated by growth and changes in the alarm monitoring industry.

Read: Bucks County, Pa., First in State to Go Live With Automated Secure Alarm Protocol

Bucks County, Pa., First in State to Go Live With Automated Secure Alarm Protocol

ASAP speeds up alarm notification delivery and reduces the number of phone calls and processing times at emergency response centers.

Read: AES Tells How ADS’ Mesh Network Failed

AES Tells How ADS’ Mesh Network Failed

A French satellite transmitting on the 465.9875 MHz frequency, combined with ground-based radio frequency interference, was found to be the cause of the mesh network failure.

Read: Alarm Detection Systems Recovering From Catastrophic Network Failure

Alarm Detection Systems Recovering From Catastrophic Network Failure

A corrupted data packet has forced ADS to replace transceivers in more than 10,000 AES mesh network radio units. The root cause of the corruption is still under investigation.

Read: Red Hawk Fire & Security, Affiliated Monitoring Strike Strategic Alliance

Red Hawk Fire & Security, Affiliated Monitoring Strike Strategic Alliance

Affiliated Monitoring will manage central station monitoring for Red Hawk customers.

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