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APR 2016

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The Race is On to Smart Home Security! Team up with Icontrol One and watch your business grow. With Icontrol One, it's easy for dealers to meet the growing demand for smart home security solutions. It combines the features and performance homeowners demand, with enterprise-class reliability and resources dealers need to be successful. Join Our Winning Team. Sign up today to become an Icontrol One dealer at: www.icontrolone.com/race HOME AUTOMATION • HD VIDEO • SMART SECURITY • PROVEN PLATFORM control Networks Inc. All Rights Reserved. Icontrol, Icontrol Networks, Icontrol One and the Icontrol logos are trademarks of Icontrol Networks Inc. www.icontrolone.com See us at ISC West Booth #4122 Smart Home is Smart Business. • Industry-leading Immersive HD Video at 15 frames/sec • Award-winning 3D user interface for your home • Cost-effective options with higher margins for dealers • Proven platform supports over 32 million devices By 2020, photoelectric detectors will be most prevalent, but the dual- sensor market share is also increasing, Roy noted. The report also divided the market by three power sources for smoke detec- t o r s : b a t t e r y p o w e re d , hardwired with a battery backup, and hardwired without a battery backup. In 2016, the battery-pow- ered segment has 60 per- cent of the market, hard- wiring with a battery com- prises about 33 percent and hardwiring without a backup battery has the smallest share of around 6 percent. These market shares will remain mostly the same to 2020, Roy said, with a slight decrease in battery- powered detectors. Integration of detectors into the smart home will be an opportunity for install- ers in this market, Roy said, such as integration with home energy manage- ment systems. "Integration with the IoT … is expected to open new avenues for the mar- ket in terms of revenue," she said. This trend is in a very early phase, Roy said, and a lot of activity is expected in the next fve years. Among smoke detector manufacturers, Kidde leads the market with 25 percent of the total market, fol- lowed by BRK, Honeywell and Siemens, according to Roy. SSN Continued from page 2 StatS to record 15-second video clips or take photos to save or share. 24/7 video recording is avail- able now in most of Comcast's major markets such as Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, the District of Columbia, Miami and Philadel- phia. It will be available to all Xfnity Home customers in the next few months. SSN Comcast launches 24/7 video for Xfnity Home mation technology evolves, peo- ple want simple solutions that are easy to use and give them peace of mind," said Daniel Herscovici, Xfnity Home senior vice president and general man- ager, in a prepared statement. "Continuous video recording has consistently been the most requested feature by customers, and the use cases span a wide range of interests from keeping an eye on an elderly parent or waiting for a package to check- ing in on your pet or watching your home while you're away." Current video offerings avail- able to Xfnity Home customers include the ability to view live video and schedule the platform By SSN Staff P H I L A D E L P H I A — C o m c a s t announced recently that 24/7 video recording, a cloud- and motion-based video monitor- ing solution, is now available for Xfinity Home customers. The residential home security provider now offers a continu- ous video recording service. According to Parks Associates, security cameras are the most popular smart home device, and more than 40 percent of people who own one, access the devices daily or almost daily through an app. This new security and moni- toring feature gives customers the ability to review past footage for up to 10 days on the Xfn- ity Home app or a computer. Users can also download video clips up to one minute to save or share with friends, family, or law enforcement and find key moments to watch by scrolling through a list of video clips cap- tured when the camera detects motion. It also leverages video analytics to reduce false motion events such as falling leaves or lighting changes. "As home security and auto- SECUriTY SYSTEMS NEWS April 2016 www.securitysystemsnews.com NEWS 13

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