Automation

Read: Alarm.com Denied Retrial of SecureNet Patent Infringement Case

Alarm.com Denied Retrial of SecureNet Patent Infringement Case

The requested retrial relates to Alarm.com’s claims of patent infringement regarding home security and automation networking.

Read: Consumers Say They Face These Barriers When Building a Smart Home Ecosystem

Consumers Say They Face These Barriers When Building a Smart Home Ecosystem

Consumers have plenty of choice when it comes to the myriad smart home products out there. However, there are also many things they consider before purchasing one.

Read: Vivint to Announce Integration With Control4 at CEDIA 2019

Vivint to Announce Integration With Control4 at CEDIA 2019

Considered a technological milestone for the company, Vivint’s security engine now integrates two-way with Control4 home automation systems.

Read: Commercial Security Applications for IoT Devices Are on the Rise

Commercial Security Applications for IoT Devices Are on the Rise

IoT technologies are expected to improve the range of communication paths available for the exchange of data in building systems, IHS Markit says.

Read: Galileo A/V Processor Enhances Visitor Experience at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers R&D Center

Galileo A/V Processor Enhances Visitor Experience at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers R&D Center

A Nashville-based A/V integrator designed an immersive pavilion and mosaic video walls, driven by Galileo video wall processors, at the facility.

Read: Alula: New Opportunities Arise With Cellular Sunset

Alula: New Opportunities Arise With Cellular Sunset

The company’s BAT-Connect modernizes legacy security systems, adding video and home automation as well as a modern app interface on cell phones and touchpads.

Read: Monitronics Emerges From Chapter 11, Eliminates $885M of Debt

Monitronics Emerges From Chapter 11, Eliminates $885M of Debt

Newly merged with Ascent Capital Group, the company’s biggest shareholders are now EQT Partners and Brigade Capital Management.

Read: Top 10 Security Stories From August 2019: SimpliSafe Hack, Jailed Installer & More

Top 10 Security Stories From August 2019: SimpliSafe Hack, Jailed Installer & More

August’s most popular security news, features and events, featuring a camera installer sentenced to life in prison, surveillance feed hacks and more.

Read: Audio 101: Know These Terms for Max Intelligibility

Audio 101: Know These Terms for Max Intelligibility

Technical expert Bob Dolph has noticed much confusion surrounding audio terminology, so he put together this guide to help you spec notification systems.

Read: DIY No-Contract Security Projected to Expand Pro Monitoring Services

DIY No-Contract Security Projected to Expand Pro Monitoring Services

Self-installed security solutions will significantly lower the cost of security and create new monitoring use cases, according to Park Associates.

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