Johnson Controls has announced that the award-winning DSC iotega now leverages the interactive and home automation features from Alarm.com, further reinforcing that iotega is a versatile wireless security and automation solution available on the market today. iotega’s cyber secure platform with PowerG 2-way wireless encrypted sensors, combined with Alarm.com, enables users to seamlessly arm and disarm their system in addition to controlling other home automation functions such as lighting, thermostats, door locks, voice-controlled devices, doorbell cameras and more. With support for Z-Wave Plus features, in addition to Wi-Fi for cameras and touchscreens, iotega offers consumers freedom of choice with a myriad of home control devices. DSC iotega is an intuitive, completely wireless and fully secure system, using encrypted, long-range wireless PowerG sensors Reliable security and home control The set-up is quick, installed and running within a matter of minutes. Pre-enrolment capabilities with PowerG devices ensures the installation set-up is faster and enables installers to easily manage the future needs of their clients. Service providers can leverage the Alarm.com platform to quickly configure and support systems with remote diagnostics and troubleshooting capabilities. The recently launched iotega system, from DSC, is an intuitive, completely wireless and fully secure system, using encrypted, long-range wireless PowerG sensors, which provides homeowners and small businesses the ultimate in reliable security and home control. Integration of DSC iotega with the Alarm.com platform will be available in the summer of 2018 Enhanced automation capability “We’re pleased to announce the integration of DSC’s iotega into the Alarm.com ecosystem,” said Dan Kerzner, Alarm.com’s chief product officer. “It gives our services provider partners an innovative and versatile panel option for delivering Alarm.com’s services.” Steve Shapiro, Johnson Control’s general manager of Residential, Commercial and Connected Home Products said, “We are excited about extending iotega into the Alarm.com platform and leveraging their security and home automation technology.” Integration of DSC iotega with the Alarm.com platform will be available in the summer of 2018. Johnson Controls continues to integrate with existing and new interactive partners to further enable iotega’s home automation capabilities. Alarm.com is a technology provider for connected home services to more than five million households and businesses.
Johnson Controls has announced that the iotega security and lifestyle management hub has been honoured with the Best New Product Award in the Intrusion Detection and Prevention Solutions Wireless category. The award was presented at the 2018 SIA New Product Showcase, at ISC West 2018 in Las Vegas. Sponsored by the Security Industry Association, the annual awards programme is one of the most prestigious recognitions in the security industry. This year 122 products were entered into the awards programme which announces winners in specific product and service categories, in addition to awarding its prominent Judges Choice and Best New Product Awards. Reliable wireless security and home control “We are honoured that iotega has been awarded this prestigious distinction,” said Steve Shapiro, general manager of Residential, Commercial and Connected Home Products, Johnson Controls.iotega is a tabletop device that enables installers to offer customers a robust security solution “The vision behind iotega is to provide end users with a reliable, full featured and secure wireless security and home control solution with a sleek and modern design not typically seen before in the security industry.” iotega is a tabletop device that enables installers to offer customers a robust security solution as well as the opportunity for future upgrades to an automation platform with additional devices. PowerG technology Easy to install, iotega features PowerG technology with 128-bit AES encryption, adaptive best path technology to ensure the best wireless signal transmission as well as frequency hopping spectrum technology. As an intelligent full premises management solution, iotega allows end-users to view cameras, lock doors, adjust temperature, switch on/off lights and enables a wide range of other home automation features.
Johnson Controls announces the immediate availability of the DSC iotega, its next generation wireless security and automation solution designed to provide safer and smarter living for homes and small businesses. DSC iotega With built-in PowerG wireless technology, iotega provides a fully encrypted security system that elevates homes and businesses to a new level of security while including remote interactive smart services and allowing new revenue streams for security dealers. It provides superior reliability with end-to-end 128-bit AES encrypted 2-way sensors and includes multiple advanced security features such as a built-in siren, 2-way voice, 99 user codes and Transport Layer Security. PowerG technology addresses the key requirements for wireless security systems, including reliability, performance, privacy, minimising vulnerability, increasing usability and decreasing maintenance. Discrete in design, iotega includes a vanishing touch keypad, as well as an optional 7” Wi-Fi enabled touchscreen, wireless keypad arming station and flexible software app compatibility. Easy installation and upgrades Installations are quick and easily followed via a step-by-step portal. Configuration of devices, system diagnostics, and upgrades can be handled remotely, reducing truck rolls and enabling cost effective, yet responsive, customer service. There is also a user-replaceable battery, so that end-user support and maintenance needs are minimised. As an intelligent, full premises management solution, iotega allows end-users to view cameras, lock doors, adjust temperature, switch on/off lights and enables a wide range of other home automation features. These actions can be implemented on demand or by set scenes and schedules, powered by SecureNet’s easy-to-use app. iotega allows end-usersto view cameras, lock doors, adjust temperature, switch lights on or off and a wide range of other home automation features For installers, the SecureNet platform offers a comprehensive system management portal and an iOS and Android compatible mobile app that can be customised for dealer brand enhancement and additional revenue opportunities. The SecureNet platform is fully integrated with security monitoring stations. Demand for smart home automation With the demand for all-in-one smart home and business automation growing, end-users are looking for a solution that meets their needs. As a modular solution, iotega easily scales to accommodate the full range of home and business lifestyle demands. Customers can start with the security only package and evolve into full security and automation solution. iotega supports multiple wired and wireless technologies, including PowerG 2-way encrypted wireless sensors, Ethernet, WiFi, Z-Wave Plus and cellular (3G and LTE*) upgrade, providing end-users with flexible options for their home automation network. SecureNet direct integration “SecureNet’s direct integration with iotega marks an exciting new relationship, creating great opportunities and new revenue streams for dealers,” said Steve Shapiro, General Manager, Residential, Commercial and Connected Home Products, Building Technologies & Solutions, Johnson Controls. “The combination of iotega’s best-in-class security features with SecureNet’s app provides home and small businesses owners a fast, convenient way to manage and control what’s important to them by tapping into the latest scalable, secure option for connected environments.” "Working with DSC’s iotega team on the launch of their latest security offering is tremendously exciting for SecureNet. We believe the combination of iotega's new, innovative security and automation platform, and SecureNet's visionary application will greatly increase consumer-adoption of security solutions and smart technology across all our vertical markets", said Andrew Wilson, CEO, SecureNet.