07/27/2009 - Future Fibre Technologies of Mulgrave, Victoria, Australia, has developed an Arabic version of its CAMS technology. The Arabic version delivers an intuitive graphical alarm interface and works with the company’s patented alarm recognition and discrimination technology.
03/25/2009 - The Sensormatic Ultra-Lite solution from ADT Security Services of Boca Raton, Florida, can protect broader merchandise lines using one detaching platform. The electronic article surveillance solution offers easy application and removal of tags, saving employees time at point of sale and expediting the customer checkout process.
03/25/2009 - Inovonics has developed a high-traffic wireless motion detector. The EchoStream EN1261HT features a detection range of up to 50 feet and offers increased immunity to radio-frequency interference, vibration, static, lighting, ambient temperature changes, and other potential sources of false activation.
01/27/2009 - The XT Series panel from Digital Monitoring Products of Springfield, Missouri, provides a complete set of communications options in an all-in-one, onboard design that offers increased capabilities with easier installation.
01/27/2009 - Monitoring alarms using wireless connectivity is now possible using monitoring systems from Digitize International, Inc., of Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey, and wireless mesh technology from Firetide, Inc., of Los Gatos, California.
05/23/2008 - Fire-Lite Alarms of Northford, Connecticut, is offering the ability to monitor fire alarm panels over the Internet, eliminating the need for phone lines dedicated to fire alarm communication with a central station.
05/23/2008 - Gentex Corporation of Zeeland, Michigan, has introduced the Gentex Firebyrd Series, a photoelectric single- or multiple-station smoke alarm for use in commercial applications. The series is engineered to virtually eliminate nuisance alarms and deliver outstanding performance.