WEST WARWICK, R.I.—Cox Home Security, the security branch of Cox Communications, based here, is expanding its home monitoring service to Rhode Island, Connecticut and Ohio, according to a company statement March 19.
NEW BEDFORD, Mass.—This city’s fire alarm system is so old it’s continually being compromised, forcing the Fire Department to ask people to report emergencies by phone, according to an article from southcoasttoday.com.
NEW YORK—Honeywell was selected as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies for 2013 by the Ethisphere Institute, an international think tank dedicated to advancement of best practices in business ethics, corporate social responsibility, and sustainability, according to
LAFAYETTE, La.—Acadian Monitoring Services, a provider of fire and security monitoring systems, is launching a smartphone app, the DICE Matrix app suite, for its dealers’ clients, according to a company statement.
HOUSTON—Behavioral Recognition Systems, a developer of security solutions software and artificial intelligence, has announced its Spring 2013 seminar series, given in conjunction with the IP Video Surveillance Academy (IPVSA), according to a company statement.
VICTORVILLE, Calif.—Vivint Solar has just signed a 24-month lease at a 7,787-square-foot facility here, according to an article from vdailypress.com. Vivint Solar is a division of home automation/home security giant Vivint, based in Provo, Utah.