ADT Pulse Home View App Offers Personalized Floorplan
ADT Pulse Home View app allows customers to create a personalized floor plan of their home on their mobile device on the web.
ADT says the additional software feature allows ADT Pulse, launched in October 2010, customers to easily and quickly map a virtual floor plan of their home and remotely monitor and interact with their ADT Pulse devices via any web enabled PC, iPhone or iPad.
“Home View allows you to monitor your home, at a glance no matter where you are,” says Steve Shapiro, ADT group director of product management. “Releasing this exclusive new tool at no additional cost to all current and future ADT Pulse customers is all part of our ongoing strategy to continue adding ADT Pulse capabilities and to enhance the overall customer experience.”
Once customers set up Home View via their personal ADT Pulse sign in page, they can view color-coded icons of their security devices, lights, thermostats and cameras. By clicking on the icons, customers can control their home’s lighting, climate and many small appliances. And if they have cameras, customers can view real time video by clicking the video icons.
ADT is the largest security company in the world and was recently named the No. 2 residential integration company in North American in the 2011 CE Pro 100 with an estimated $162 million in residential custom installation revenue. The company sold 107,000 Pulse systems last year.
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