AES-IntelliNet Alarm Transmission Thwarts Burglary Attempt
AES Corp.’s AES-IntelliNet MultiNet long-range mesh alarm communications system is credited with foiling a jewel heist attempt in Hemet, Calif.
Local police responded to the scene after a transmission was sent by the radio alarm communications system. Two men suspected of being involved in the crime were arrested.
The alleged burglars destroyed the intrusion alarm control panel inside the jewelry store, however, the speed of AES-IntelliNet thwarted their attempt.
The AES-IntelliNet’s MultiNet alarm communications system is a self healing, long-range wireless mesh radio communication network. It works in conjunction with the Internet to provide customers the ability to monitor alarms in multiple regions from one location without recurring monthly communications costs or infrastructure fees typically associated with remote monitoring.
“This is another example of the proven and superior reliability of the AES-IntelliNet long-range wireless radio alarm communications system,” says Tom Kenty, general manager, AES Corp. “When we claim our mesh alarm communications system is 10 times faster than telephone or cellular technology, we continue to back that claim up with examples like this.”
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