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Dealers use a simple prop of tape to help configure March Networks' new Searchlight 4 system that delivers metrics on sales performance, wait times, and buying habits for retailers as part of a CCTV video surveillance system. Jason Knott · April 17, 2015

Brivo Systems seeks to help small- to medium-sized businesses with its Brivo OnAir mobile app, a cloud-based access control security system that offers profitable $14/door recurring monthly revenue (RMR) for integrators. Jason Knott · April 16, 2015

During ISC West 2015, Honeywell showcased the voice control for its Lyric family of connected home and security products. Jason Knott · April 16, 2015

NYPD Narcotics Detective Ian Cyrus has been suspended after video surveillance footage showed him pocketing nearly $3,000 from a cash register during a raid on a Brooklyn deli. SSI Staff · April 13, 2015

The Locksis/Segos America smart lever lock replaces a standard doorknob and adds features such as a six-digit engraved keypad embedded on the lever. Julie Jacobson · March 27, 2015

Panasonic has released the Nubo wireless home security camera, which the company says is the first connected 4G monitoring camera. The weather-resistant device sends notification alerts and stores footage on a micro SD card. By Grant Clauser · March 18, 2015

Milestone Systems’ annual Milestone Integration Platform Symposium (MIPS) conference focused on the importance of building partnerships within the security industry. Security systems integrator Johnson Controls was named Milestone Systems National Partner of the Year. Paul Boucherle · March 05, 2015

ADT’s new campaign features Golden Globe award-winning actor Ving Rhames as the living personification of the security brand to promote smart home security solutions. SSI Staff · February 16, 2015

A home intruder forgot to log off of Facebook before he fled the scene. The homeowner was able to catch the criminal using the intruder's own social media account. Ashley Willis · February 12, 2015

Alarm technicians licensed by the Arizona Board of Technical Registration (BTR) must undergo FBI background checks. However, House Bill 2504 would remove the requirement and put all alarm company licensing under the Arizona Registrar of Contractors (ROC). The bill is supported by the Arizona Alarm Dealers Association (AADA), while the Arizona Alarm Association (AzAA) supports conducting background checks for technicians. SSI Staff · February 11, 2015




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