I-View Now, an award-winning monitoring station video and signaling interface, is proud to announce an updated and improved integration with monitoring station automation software platform partner, MASterMind, a division under United Technologies Corporation. This updated integration improves signaling by utilising a dedicated MASrecv I-View Now Receiver. Built in conjunction with MAS, these processes employ dedicated and proprietary signal types and signal formats which provide richer contextual information and video. I-View Now-MASterMind integration We are thrilled to further our partnership with MASterMind and offer these enhanced features to monitoring stations and their customers" “We are thrilled to further our partnership with MASterMind and offer these enhanced features to monitoring stations and their customers. This integration enables the distribution of better information to end users, operators, and first responders,” says Larry Folsom, President of I-View Now. “We’re very proud of this integration allowing for true collaboration between all parties. Our ultimate goal is to catch the bad guy more often, while greatly reducing unwanted false alarm dispatches.” The MASterMind Auto-Notification and Verification Interface with I-View Now integration provides mobile verification to central station customers. This process allows the end user to cancel the alarm, request dispatch, and call the monitoring center. Alarm monitoring stations “A key value at MAS has always been to help alarm monitoring stations streamline their dispatching processes and provide better service to their customers,” says Shin Voeks, general manager, MAS, a division under the United Technologies Corporation. “The MASterMind integration with I-View enables users to conveniently cancel or confirm an alarm using their mobile devices and allows monitoring stations to respond to alarms more effectively.”
UltraSync SmartHome system app and flood/freeze sensor will be showcased at the 2016 ESX Expo Interlogix announced that its UltraSync SmartHome app and new flood/freeze sensor are winners of 2016 Electronic Security Expo (ESX) Innovation Awards. Interlogix is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corporation. Security with convenience The UltraSync app, for iOS and Android, was the winner in the Residential App for Security/Life Style/Life Safety Systems category. This recently upgraded app allows homeowners to easily, conveniently and remotely control Z-Wave®-enabled devices like lights, thermostats, locks and other appliances using their smart phone or tablet. Users can receive push notifications for specific events such as alarms, or system arming and disarming. The system also supports TruVision® IP cameras, providing the ability to remotely view live video and replay captured alarm or action-triggered video. The Interlogix flood/freeze sensor, winner in the Notification Appliances — Motion, Contacts, Environmental category, is fully compatible with Interlogix panels and receivers, and protects homes and businesses by detecting as little as 1/64 of an inch of water and triggering a temperature alarm at 41° degrees Fahrenheit. “These awards validate our efforts to offer the next-generation of smart home systems, sensors and accessories homeowners want to help protect their families, and take control of their modern, active lifestyles,” said Shin Voeks, general manager, intrusion and monitoring, Interlogix, Americas. About ESX Innovation Awards The ESX Innovation Awards honour industry products and services for their innovative technology, design or application. Award winners will be displayed at the 2016 ESX Expo, June 8-10 at the Fort Worth Convention Centre, Fort Worth, Texas. In addition to the category awards, UltraSync and the flood/freeze sensor will be evaluated for the ESX TechVision Challenge, leading to the naming of the expo’s Best of Show product. Since its introduction in early 2015, the UltraSync SmartHome system and its UltraSync self-contained hub (formerly known as ZeroWire™), have won top awards at major security trade shows such as ISC West and ESX. The UltraSync SmartHome system, app and flood/freeze sensor will be showcased at the 2016 ESX Expo in the Interlogix booth #521. Both products are available in the U.S. and Canada from Interlogix dealers and strategic distributors.
Universal Electronics subsidiary, Ecolink’s security sensors will be available through all Interlogix sales channels Universal Electronics Inc., the worldwide leader in sensing and control technologies for the smart home, announced recently that Ecolink Intelligent Technology, Inc., its wholly owned subsidiary, has entered into an agreement with Interlogix, which operates as UTC Fire & Security Americas Corporation, Inc. Exclusive to Interlogix sales channels Interlogix is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corporation. Through this agreement Ecolink security sensors will be available exclusively through all Interlogix sales channels within the residential and commercial security segment. This agreement pairs the innovation, and agility of Ecolink, with the strong sales and distribution expertise of Interlogix to build a more robust presence in the security space. Interlogix and Ecolink partnership “Ecolink has been a solid supplier of security products for many years. Their experience and knowledge in developing innovative sensors for all the major alarm brands will enable Interlogix to expand its product lines and accelerate growth in this industry,” said Shin Voeks, intrusion & monitoring product leader, Americas, Interlogix. “We are excited about the opportunity to supply our customers with the best security solutions available.” “Interlogix is a world class company with an extensive global network of experienced sales professionals and established sales channels. Their expertise in sales and distribution is an excellent fit for Ecolink’s core expertise in rapidly designing and developing innovative wireless sensing and control products,” said Michael Lamb, President of Ecolink. “We look forward to providing them with a plethora of truly innovative and dependable products for their customers.”
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