When it comes to video surveillance, having advanced analytics as part of a complete video system is critical. Speco Technologies now offers advanced analytics as standard features through their NVRs and IP cameras.
The Qolsys IQ4 panel has an upgraded 8-megapixel panel camera with flex-tilt to adjust the camera angle for disarm photos, peek in and alarm videos. A new QuadSound speaker system enables music streaming over Bluetooth and a SmartMount installation system enables easy wall mount or table stand options
Wireless carriers’ 3G/4G networks are being decommissioned soon. To ease the transition, Honeywell is offering a $50 rebate for each of its 3G/4G fire communicators that security dealers replace with eligible Honeywell LTE Fire Communicators. These include the HWF2A-COM fire communicator that works with AT&T and the HWF2V-COM that works with Verizon.
Choosing the right system for your application is critical in ensuring that your equipment will be there when power fails. Minuteman Power offers products ranging from 350VA to 20kVA ensuring the right solution for your application is just a click away, whether you are backing up a desktop workstation or an entire facility.
dormakaba’s Keyscan platform has added “Enhanced Lockdown” to the Aurora access control software. Now, with a wireless fob input, an entire facility can be locked down/out with the push of a button.
The security industry has been able to do business as usual amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to research from Imperial Capital, an investment bank with a specialty in security. The bank presented a range of data and charts to back up this assertion on a recent webinar.
Security dealers may be surprised to learn that more than a third of security system owners in U.S. broadband households have used a voice assistant such as Amazon Echo/ Alexa and Google Home/Assistant to control their security system, according to research from Parks Associates
Adept LNDSCP is a four-satellite speaker system that includes everything needed for easy installation. The system is designed to be plug-and-play and easily expandable, as well as ruggedly built to last.
Many commercial accounts want to upgrade their fire systems to use cellular and/or IP communications. Older systems that use traditional telephone lines for connectivity are becoming increasingly impractical as service providers upgrade their networks to more modern technology. Upgrading fire systems to use cellular and/or IP can save customers money on monthly connectivity costs and can provide a higher level of security with faster data transmissions.