Sensors & Detectors - Glass Breaks

The SecurityInfoWatch.com Sensors & Detectors – Glass Breaks product category is a collection of news, product listings and other resources for security professionals researching alarm sensors and detectors that can alert users to glass being broken.
The ZeroWire system features a built-in Wi-Fi radio and Web server for the greatest versatility in placement, offering fast installation and robust control options. It supports a variety of devices to heighten security and enhance the connected experience.
Alarm Systems & Intrusion Detection

Small commercial, residential highlight Interlogix offerings

April 15, 2015
Interlogix showcases intelligent home and small business solutions at ISC West
Photo: Deborah O'Mara
Paula Vallejo's residence in a northwest suburb of Chicago has become an unofficial demo house for AT&T Digital Life services.
Alarm Systems & Intrusion Detection

AT&T digs deep with 'Digital Life'

July 3, 2013
Telecommunications giant selling the experience and carving market penetration
Chris Ciervo is a senior product marketing manager for sensor development at Honeywell HSPA. In nearly 20 years of work in high-tech industries, he has developed expertise in launching portfolio strategies for enterprise and consumer solutions in major markets around the world.
Alarm Systems & Intrusion Detection

RMR: Remember the Little Things

June 11, 2013
Will your customers stay or go? You decide.
(Image courtesy 2gig.com)
2GIG Technologies, maker of the Go!Control security and automation platform, has been acquired by Linear's parent company Nortek.
Alarm Systems & Intrusion Detection

Linear acquires 2GIG Technologies

April 2, 2013
Company to remain a major technology supplier for Vivint
Shawn Welsh is VP of Marketing and Business Development for Telguard, whose sister company, SkyBitz Local Fleets, offers a fleet management solution. To request more information about the company, visit www.securityinfowatch.com/10215328.
Alarm Systems & Intrusion Detection

The 2012 Forecast: Doomsday for 2G

Dec. 1, 2011
The year 2012 will mark the end of 2G, the second generation of cellular hardware products.