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While alarms and monitoring generally takes a back seat to video surveillance, access control and other technologies at GSX, handling the ongoing false alarm issues that tend to plague the industry was still being discussed in Chicago.
Security technologies constantly push the boundaries of what’s possible, from sophisticated identification features on cameras to alarms that can detect hazardous chemicals.
Home automation is proving to be an increasingly affordable and critical building application.
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Large amounts of money spent on marketing won't make a difference if a customer has a bad experience or is unhappy. Here's how to keep them satisfied
Installers showed mixed opinions on electronics packaging waste in a recent discussion on Facebook. This strikes me as very concerning.
The next generation of credentials includes smart cards, fobs, bracelets, cellphones and wearables
Wireless video surveillance cameras depend on a strong WiFi connection to transmit footage