The Calipsa false alarm reduction software receives new features such as customizable alerts, camera health checks and forensic video analysis.
RSPNDR software is said to automate end-to-end processes to connect guards to alarms faster and with more efficiency and effectiveness.
The PSA-TB-IP analog-to-IP speaker adapter enables the re-use of analog speakers while adding talk-back capabilities.
The Calipsa False Alarm Platform has allowed Acadian Monitoring Services to decrease response times to true alarms by about 35%.
The designation means, in particular, that Per Mar has demonstrated an exceptionally high degree of responsibility to its local community.
The service is said to harness AI- and machine-learning capabilities to deliver additional data to monitoring centers and first responders.
TMA’s ASAP service is designed to increase the accuracy and efficiency of calls for service from alarm companies to PSAPs.
The partnership enables data sharing from SimpliSafe devices to local 911 centers to help first responders make data-driven decisions.
GPS Security Group, serving Western Canada, is the third Canadian central monitoring station to adopt the Cloud-based Calipsa technology.
According to a staff report, APD responded to more than 15,600 intrusion alarms between January 2018 and May 2021, most of which were false.