NFPA 915 Standard for Remote Testing will “provide minimum requirements for remote inspections to deliver an equivalent or improved result as that which would be obtained with other inspection methods.”
Independent Alarm’s Jamie Kurth explains why when he asks experts questions that are going to help him, he’s going to listen.
The time to learn a monitoring company’s default response is before the signals are sent, not at 3 a.m. in the middle of a thunderstorm.
Tech expert Bob Dolph shares some of his favorite resources to help professional video specialists test equipment performance.
Formed prior to the outbreak of COVID-19, the NFPA technical committee on remote video inspections looks to have proposals for a new standard submitted by June.
In this month’s SECURE Perspectives, Shanks explains why it’s important to be a mentor, trends she’s observed in the industry and more.
Execs from Doyle Security Systems, Quick Response Monitoring and Paladin Technologies share their perspective on the looming 3G sunset.
What lessons have been learned and how do you make sense of a pandemic storm surge, technology wind speeds of 200mph and evacuation routes from customers’ facilities followed by so many marketing for panic buying?
Due to success with working from home, some organizations want to modify UL 827 to allow for a permanent change that would, in essence, allow remote monitoring during normal nonemergent times.
Northland Controls’ Rob Kay gives a primer on the different types of people-counting technologies and which applications suit them best.