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The AG Update: Ep. 60

Jun 5, 2020 11:00:00 AM

A camera system that is being used to re-open commercial buildings and events, technology that is being used to reduce false alarms within fire monitoring, and a business move that could save you and your customers money...

AG Weekly 60

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      1. Honeywell Camera Detects Elevated Body Temperature
      2. Fire Monitoring Businesses Can Upgrade Offerings With New Technology
      3. Why Your Alarm Monitoring Company Should Consider Separating Equipment and Monitoring Services

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Honeywell Camera Detects Elevated Body Temperature

Honeywell’s ThermoRebellion camera systems are helping commercial businesses open across the globe. The camera is capable of non-invasive scans of individuals, to ensure a normal temperature range and that the person scanned is wearing the proper personal protective equipment.

In a matter of seconds and with a limited amount of training required to operate the machinery, this new technology has the ability to adapt with businesses as they transition back to normalcy.

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Fire Monitoring Businesses Can Upgrade Offerings With New Technology

The goal for every alarm monitoring company — no matter the type — is to reduce (and ultimately eliminate) false alarms. The way each industry works to achieve this goal differs, but the fire industry specifically has been utilizing heat sensing technology to confirm their signals.

These sensors are so fine tuned, in fact, they can differentiate between cooking aerosols and the chemicals released by an emergency fire. While this technology has not been perfected yet, it has come a long way from where it started.

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Why Your Alarm Monitoring Company Should Consider Separating Equipment and Monitoring Services

From cell phones to internet installation to alarm products and services, we have seen the benefits that go alongside untying your equipment costs with your service costs. This can not only save you money, but can also save your customers money.

Further, this could drive more business your way, because customers might decide to go with a more flexible company. DIY alarms are beginning to make up a larger percentage of the market, after all.

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