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Integrator Provides Networks, Security for 200 Pop-up COVID-19 Testing Sites

Integrator outfits more than 200 pop-up coronavirus COVID-19 testing stations with mobile SnapAV Araknis networks and Luma video surveillance gear.

Jason Knott · September 08, 2020

65% of U.S. Households Still Do Not Own Smart Home Device

NPD Group reports that nearly two-thirds of U.S. market has not yet embraced smart home devices. Security cameras and video doorbells are most prevalent.

Jason Knott · August 10, 2020

CE Pro Podcast #5: Analyzing Your Immediate Post-Coronavirus Upgrade Opportunities

CE Pro Podcast panel says integrators should focus on smaller, immediate voice control, video surveillance and wellness as the top potential upgrade areas.

Jason Knott · May 08, 2020

Rekor Software Adds License Plate Recognition to Surveillance Cameras

Starting at $5/month, Rekor Systems Watchman Home software upgrades smart home surveillance cameras with auto license plate recognition (ALPR) capability.

Jason Knott · January 31, 2020

Alarm.com Acquires OpenEye

Alarm.com Acquires OpenEye to Expand Commercial VSaaS Portfolio

Cloud-based specialist OpenEye is currently utilized at more than 14,000 business locations in the United States and Canada.

Robert Archer · October 23, 2019

Adapting for Cloud-Based Video Surveillance: How to Sell It, Price It

Martin Renkis of Johnson Controls explains pricing, sales tactics for residential integrators adopting an ‘as a service’ business model for security video surveillance.

Jason Knott · August 22, 2019

Best and Worst States for Amazon Package Theft

Study reveals Wyoming, Vermont and California are the worst states per capita for Amazon package theft. Mississippi is the safest. December and November months have highest theft rates.

Jason Knott · March 22, 2019

Arlo Reports 27% 2018 Growth; Predicts Dramatically Lower 2019

Arlo stock falls whopping 44% in early trading as surveillance camera manufacturer predicts potential 19% drop in 2019 revenues.

Jason Knott · February 07, 2019

13 Tips for Installing Surveillance Cameras in Low-Light Conditions

When installing surveillance systems in low-light applications, security integrators must consider processing power, lens selection, IR-illumination technologies, camera positioning and other key factors.

Jason Knott · November 21, 2017

Congress Aims to Exempt Security from No-Load Power Requirements

Power and Security Systems (PASS) Act is moving through U.S. Congress to exempt no-load power energy use restrictions for security equipment.

Jason Knott · October 17, 2017