We are pleased to announce that the latest version of the SmartLink End-User App is now available for download in both the Google Play and Apple App Store.
ISC West is one of the biggest events of the year. We were excited to take part in the conversation and have attendees see and experience the Helix platform in person. Here’s a roundup of ISC West happenings and content following the incredible event.
SSI Editor Checks in With 14 ISC West Exhibitors
Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine sums up select highlights from his busy show schedule including a check-in with Resolution Products. “The really hot item is the firm’s new Helix panel, which can be installed virtually anywhere and communicates with smartphones via Bluetooth and Internet. The modem-like device has no GUI and when combined with SecureNet Technologies services is positioned to facilitate Internet of Things (IoT)-type connectivity and control.”
We asked technology consultant Benjamin Nye about his move from a traditional security system to the wireless Helix platform.
Hear from industry experts and experience new technologies like the Helix Platform.
With the dealer voice in mind, our engineering team set out to create something new.
The next few months are full of top technology, Internet of Things, home automation and professional security events. Here’s where you’ll be able to hear from subject-matter experts and experience new technologies like the Helix Platform, the first fully wireless professional security system that can be installed anywhere in the home.
Bluetooth World 2015, April 14-15, Santa Clara, CA
Resolution Products engineer Rob Hendrickson will present at Bluetooth World 2015, the only global Bluetooth technology focused conference. Hendrickson is a leader in wireless technology and the designer of the first wearable wireless call button, created for GE Security. Bluetooth World is an official event of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), held at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
With the home automation and smart home market expected to increase from $4.4B in 2013 to $21B in 2020, consumers are welcoming more technology into their lives. In fact, smart home technologies are now a desired feature sought out by families looking to purchase a home.
In “Smart home tech sells listings faster” on Inman.com, Paul Hagey shares the results of a survey that polled over 500 Coldwell Banker Real Estate agents. The survey asked agents about the impact smart home technology has on the real estate market and how it has changed over the past five years.
Here’s a breakdown from Paul Hagey on the findings:
The Hudson Star-Observer described Resolution Products as a “big-league trailblazer in the North American electronic home-security industry.”