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Terminus of Christiansburg, Va., releases the fence intrusion detection system (F.I.D.S.), which uses shock sensors to detect the vibrations, or shock waves, caused by intrusion attempts. SSI Staff · September 26, 2012

ADS Security has introduced a new solution that merges its primary home security offering with home automation services, allowing consumers to remotely manage their systems from anywhere using a mobile device. September 26, 2012

Marianna (Fla.) police are crediting an audio security system for helping them apprehend two intruders within three minutes after an attempted jewelry store heist. July 18, 2012

A group of property crime stakeholders from public and private sectors have formed an affiliation to encourage the use of, and promote priority response for, video intrusion alarms. May 02, 2012

Concord, Ontario, Canada-based DSC, a Tyco Security Products company, releases its PowerSeries touchscreen keypad for PowerSeries control panels. SSI Staff · March 11, 2012

There is certainly more science than hocus pocus involved in maximizing the accuracy and value of an intrusion alarm system. However, a high level of skill is required for a successful technician or magician, and proper use of sensors and installation methods can produce results no less amazing. By Bob Dolph · March 08, 2012

The 4-Channel Voice Receiver (STI-V34104) by Waterford, Mich.-based Safety Technology Int'l (STI) monitors up to four different STI devices at a single location. SSI Staff · February 21, 2012

Interlogix of Bradenton, Fla., releases the Simon XTi wireless security system, which offers 40 zones of burglary and fire protection. SSI Staff · February 19, 2012

Honeywell of Melville, N.Y., releases the Tuxedo Touch, a touchscreen controller that combines security and lifestyle technology by allowing home and business owners to centrally control both security and automation functions such as temperature, lighting and more. SSI Staff · January 23, 2012

Visonic Ltd. of Bloomfield, Conn., a Tyco Security Products company, releases the CLIP PG2, a two-way wireless passive infrared (PIR) perimeter detector designed to product doors, windows and all-glass walls. SSI Staff · December 07, 2011