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Industry News

  • Industry: Demographics
    6.13.19 – CI – We get personal, very personal, with a demographics study titled, “2019 Integration Market Demographics: A Surprisingly Invasive Survey.” This is not just about percentage of males versus females and calling out the industry for being close to retirement age. We ask probing questions to find out who the individuals in this industry really are. By Tom LeBlanc
  • Pushy Salespeople Lead Huntersville To End Alarm Company Permit
    6.14.19 – Patch.com- Pushy Salespeople Lead Huntersville To End Alarm Company Permit … security and alarm company Vivint, Huntersville Police Department said Friday morning.
  • Moving the 8K Needle: Continuing Education, More Efficient Video Codecs, Fatter Broadband Pipes
    6.14.19 – CEPro – 8K Display Summit outlines content-creation tools and upscaling TVs that are moving the 8K ecosystem forward, but value myths and bandwidth bottlenecks must be overcome.
  • Dahua Releases People-Counting Camera With AI
    6.13.19 – SSI – The StereoVision camera uses advanced image processing technology for improved depth perception to count people with up to 98% accuracy, according to Dahua.

State & National News

  • Will Arizona lead charge for licensing reciprocity?
    6.11.19 – State Net Capitol Journal – With the move by Arizona this year to open up most of its licensed professions – from accountants to veterinarians to hair stylists and beyond – to people with licenses garnered from other states, proponents of removing interstate licensing hurdles are hoping a new era of expertise portability may be coming. NCSL research cited. NCSL’s occupational licensing overview.
  • Little Rock School District beefs up security measures
    6.12.19 – KATV- [It] gives us app access to be able to arm and disarm all buildings remotely and it also ended up being right at $2,000-a-month savings in alarm bills,” Self said.
  • Faulty smoke alarm in Missouri home where 5-year-old died leads to …
    6.12.19 – Kansas City Star- Kai-Lynn McMullin’s death was preventable, her mother’s attorney said. The 5-year-old girl died Feb. 23, 2015, two days after she was caught in a fire that sent …
  • New research shows DIY is on the rise
    6.13.19 – SSN – Dallas – Parks finds DIY raising awareness while competing with traditional dealers.  New research from Parks Associates reveals at the end of 4Q 2018, 28 percent of U.S. broadband households reported the presence of an active security system, up from 26 percent in 4Q 2017, with 24 percent having professional monitoring.
  • Improving Fire System Performance and False Alarm Reduction with …
    6.16.19 – Campus Safety Magazine- Alarms that are triggered falsely are typically caused by temporary non-threatening circumstances, while actual fire events typically develop with increasing …

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