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To help better evaluate the various analytics solutions available, it is important to first define and understand the five primary classifications of video analytics.
Dealers now have the opportunity to take control of the WiFi network, with mesh WiFi solutions designed to support the needs of the security professional.
EMC differentiates itself from other professional security integrators by not requiring customers to sign long-term contracts. It also doesn’t shy away from offering DIY products. It instead puts an emphasis on top-notch customer service to retain its subscribers.
Security cameras and related devices continue to be hot sellers in the residential market. Experts from around the industry reveal opportunities for integrators, key products to offer, how to tie in RMR and more.
While integrators may be familiar with the benefits of thermal technology in security, opportunities await when it comes to monitoring critical infrastructure.
As one is starting to work within the BDA market, it is recommended that the installing firm find and use a firm that specializes in system design.