May’s most popular security news, features and events, featuring Monitronics’ bankruptcy plans, a fire-safety product warning, acquisitions and more.
Since acquiring Pelco in 2007, Schneider Electric attempted to transition the company from an analog stalwart to a provider of end-to-end solutions.
New research by Parks Associates finds consumers still prefer professionally installed home security systems, but DIY continues to experience growth.
Mike O’Neal spent eight years as president of Nortek, overseeing the $135M acquisition of 2Gig Technologies in 2013.
Telguard President George Brody discusses a range of topics concerning DIY, POTS, surviving margin erosion and much more.
A customer experience area features products such as control panels, video cameras, doorbell cameras, lights, thermostats, among other smart home devices.
Resideo says the technology complements the company’s portfolio of connected thermostats, such as the Honeywell Home T-Series smart thermostats.
The CEOs say the merger will create a one-stop shop for professionally installed home automation, A/V, networking and other home technologies.
Miotta SPaaS is billed as helping security dealers and communications service providers increase ARPU, plus lower operating and capital costs.
Alexa Guard works with smart home platforms by ADT and Ring to arm/disarm systems, control lighting, receive fire/life-safety alerts and more.