In the three decades since its founding, Inovonics has pioneered the use of wireless in a number of markets, including intrusion detection and mobile duress.
SSI Staff · July 06, 2016
Advancements in cellular and IP communications have created both upheaval and value-add sales opportunities for alarm dealers. Learn fundamental details, including pros and cons, about these various types of communication pathways and strategies on how to deal with them.
October 23, 2013
Worldwide revenue for wireless infrastructure equipment for video surveillance applications will reach $705 million by 2017, an increase of nearly 160% from $274 million in 2011, according to a new report published by IMS Research.
March 06, 2013
New advances in wireless technologies are allowing integrators to broaden their market potential beyond traditional video surveillance applications. Getting the proper training and education now will go a long way toward beating the competition to the punch.
December 27, 2011
Improved range and reliability, along with comparatively low installation costs, are making wireless security more than just practical for commercial projects. In many cases, it’s a necessary choice for integrators to remain competitive and profitable. A three-part report explains how wireless can help your intrusion, video and access business.
October 30, 2010
We've spoken before in this column about the technologies behind wireless transmission of data. This time around, I'd like to discuss some things to keep in mind when actually looking at implementing and deploying a wireless network.
September 28, 2010
The market for wireless infrastructure used in video surveillance was estimated to be worth around $175 million in the Americas and the Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) regions combined in 2009 ...
September 14, 2010
A question that comes up extremely frequently in my travels is whether or not IP video equipment should travel on the same network as other business systems such as E-mail, Internet, etc.
August 05, 2010
Data released this week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers the latest glimpse into just how fast U.S. households are abandoning landline telephones in favor of going wireless.
Rodney Bosch · May 13, 2010
Hildebran, N.C.-based Elk Products Inc.'s ELK-M1XRF2H is a wireless (RF) receiver and input expander for use with the ELK-M1 and ELK-M1EZ8 controls. The M1 wireless receiver has been designed for use with Honeywell 5800 Series one-way transmitters, including door/window sensors, motion detectors, smoke/heat detectors and key fobs.
SSI Staff · February 15, 2010