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'Make sure mobile is part of the solution you offer'

September 7, 2012Tess Nacelewicz

A smart revolution quietly occurred this year—one that's dramatically changing the security industry.As of February, a Nielsen report showed, about half of all Americans with mobile phones—49.7 percent—now own smartphones. And the number of smartphone owners is rapidly growing. Nielsen said that only 36 percent of mobile subscribers owned smartphones last year, and that more than two-thirds of those who bought a mobile device in a three-month period earlier this year chose a smartphone.And..., Comcast, Cox, Georgia Electronic Life Safety and Security Association, Honeywell, Jay Kenny, John Loud, Kevin Woodworth, Patrick Egan, Pinnacle Security, Security Systems News (SSN), Select Security, Verizon

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Pinnacle corralling customers with geofences

August 1, 2012Tess Nacelewicz

OREM, Utah—Pinnacle Security believes geofences could help keep its customers from straying.The leading summer-sales-model home company, based here, recently announced the launch of's Geo-Services technology. With the free service, customers can set geofences, which are perimeters around locations, using an iPhone or Android device. When they leave or enter the geofenced area with the hand-held device, they get automatic reminders sent to the device to remind them to arm or disarm..., Kevin Woodworth, Pinnacle Security, Security Systems News (SSN), Stuart Dean

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Residential New motion sensor/camera launched

January 25, 2012Tess Nacelewicz

VIENNA, Va. and OREM, Utah—After a successful six-month beta test, this week announced the general availability of its Image Sensor—a wireless device that combines a motion detector with a built-in still camera, allowing homeowners to view “snapshots” of what's happening in their homes from their smartphones or other devices. Pinnacle Security recently completed a nationwide pilot program selling the battery-operated device, billed as a more affordable option...

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