BALTIMORE—The Electronic Security Expo in January released information about educational sessions planned for ESX, which will be held here June 24 to 26. Topics will include big data, digital video, DIY, best practices in marketing and social media and others.
YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y.—Marshall Marinace, owner of Marshal Alarm Systems, based here, was installed at ESX 2014 as the new president of the Electronic Security Association. Here's how he handles security at home.
IRVING, Texas—ESX 2014, held in June in the Music City Center of Nashville, drew more than 2,000 professionals and 200-plus exhibitors, according to a news release from the Electronic Security Association.
MELVILLE, N.Y.—Honeywell this week announced the release of the LYNX Touch 7000, a self-contained security and control system for homes and small businesses that features a 7-inch, full-color touchscreen display with graphic icons and intuitive prompts for easy operation
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Meeting the ESX deadline it set for itself late last year, the Partnership for Priority Video Alarm Response has completed a best practices document for video verification, which distills feedback from more than 30 security companies, 12 law enforcement agencies and four insurance industry associations.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Honeywell just introduced a new solution enabling dealers to offer affordable home automation upgrades to more than 10 million customers—and a company executive says the release of Honeywell’s VISTA Automation Module or “VAM” couldn’t have come at a better moment.