Licencing MyLiveGuard's technology will enable
Showcasing the new SMART-i HOME product on its stand at IFSEC 2014,
"Furthermore", Singh added, "it's clear that while converging technology is attracting new customers and increasing the number of homeowners who 'self monitor', all the evidence suggests that the professionally monitored market remains a much larger market. By leveraging MyLiveGuard's technology and integrating SMART-i HOME to our new
The SMART-i HOME system uses wireless sensors to detect intrusion, smoke, flood and other "events" and makes a voice call to the absent homeowner to alert them and enable them to remotely view video footage of the event. Home owners can also use their smartphones to access live CCTV feeds as well as remotely control lights, heating controls door locks, cat flaps, curtains and much more on a manual or scheduled basis to simulate occupancy when away from home, prepare their property for their return home and manage energy more efficiently.
"We're delighted to be working with Paul and his team", said
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