Recent technological advancements are bringing improved intrusion detection and hosted security capabilities for larger enterprises such as those found in the commercial market. Helping drive the momentum is remote monitoring, smart sensors and new graphic user interfaces.
July 17, 2011
Honeywell of Melville, N.Y., releases Total Connect 2.0, which allows users to remotely manage their security systems and view live video via computers, smartphones and other Web-enabled devices.
SSI Staff · June 05, 2011
With its recent purchase of Pueblo, Colo.-based D-Tech Alarm Specialist, independently-owned Safe Systems Inc. based here now services more than 10,000 customers ...
Ashley Willis · May 09, 2011
A new service introduced by ADS Security (ADS) will allow customers to manage their security systems remotely from anywhere in the world ...
May 03, 2011
For decades, British Columbia, Canada-based Fort Steele Heritage Town’s outdated security system relied on faulty equipment, sporadic alarm communications and costly on-foot guards. With the help of integrator JSL Forum, the popular tourist destination is now protected by wireless network technology.
March 15, 2011
Doyle Security Systems of Rochester, N.Y., began offering customers Honeywell's Total Connect solution, which enables control of intrusion and surveillance remotely via smartphone, in March.
By Scott Goldfine · October 31, 2010