Today’s cellular technology has become pivotal in security, not only in enabling dealer/integrators the bandwidth to offer broader, lucrative account services but also in transmitting alarms to monitoring stations.
Integrations can expand the capabilities and usefulness of a residential security system. Here’s how.
It’s critical to partner with a company that manufactures, sells and supports a wide range of smart home and security products.
Remote access provides many benefits for not just the end user, but integrators as well.
Cloud-managed video systems can save integrators money by reducing nonbillable support hours associated with maintenance and service.
Traditional LAN design thinking would often have the customer remove existing infrastructure and install new wiring throughout the environment. Don’t get caught in this trap.
By using powerful algorithms, devices are now capable of understanding and adapting to their environment by storing and analyzing large data sets, all without human intervention.
The Honeywell 30 Series IP cameras is said to be designed for use as part of video systems that comply with NDAA Section 889.
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.
Understanding the research behind code- and psychology-based mass notification system design best practices can help security and A/V companies deliver effective solutions.