By collecting feedback from integrators, dealers, and users, AtlasIED is working to bring relevant, high-quality, performance-focused solutions to market in 2021 and beyond.
Video analytics, such as facial recognition, will play a major role in the future as a result of normalizing specialized algorithms in home security systems.
To secure the complex, integrator HTS deployed Control4’s automated security, access control and video surveillance solution.
The Genesee Valley School District utilized AtlasIED’s IP-based technology to affordably satisfy its evolving communications needs.
The pandemic has given integrators a prime opportunity to sell smart home solutions to address the newfound needs of homeowners and renters.
A recent Senate judiciary subcommittee anti-trust hearing also tackled concerns related to privacy/data-sharing, interoperability and patent infringement, among other subjects.
The company’s LatchOS is a full-building operating system of products, software and services designed to manage access and more.
With more space, increased staffing and new equipment, the lab will enable greater product testing capabilities at the company’s HQ in Charlotte, N.C.
Companies that address the growing health and safety needs of consumers are being rewarded, taking share from those that are slower to adapt to this dramatic shift in the market.
Shifting preferences in work and at-home life has created new opportunities for security pros to grow their business with residential A/V equipment and services.