SSI sat down with four executives for a roundtable discussion reflecting on the challenges and opportunities for growth in today’s industry.
Find out from the latest research by Parks Associates why offering connected peripherals to the basic security system is providing newfound opportunities.
The App can be used for a number of home automation applications.
At CES 2016, ADT unveils two open APIs: One for ADT Pulse security and home automation, another called Canopy for third-party devices that benefit from professional security monitoring.
SSI Editor-In-Chief Scott Goldfine counts down the key trends that emerged in 2015 and are likely to carry over into 2016.
Using Amazon Echo’s cloud-based voice service, Alexa, Alarm.com users can control the lighting and comfort in their smart home.
The GC3 panel offers connectivity that gives security dealers the capability to start building a smart home system for their customers, including 3G and CDMA Cellular modules, integrated Z-Wave 500 Series and more.
ADT will provide its professional monitoring services to popular connected devices.
UltraSync can be paired with Interlogix’s ZeroWire smart home hub.
Billed as the first of its kind, Vivint Ping enables two-way talk with the ability to both call in and call out so families can easily connect and communicate.