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Swann Security to Launches Latest Video Doorbell and Alert Sensors to Keep Locations Secure

Swann to announce the launch of two new products adding to their industry-leading lineup of smart home or business security solutions. Starting today, the SwannBuddy™ Video Doorbell and Swann Alert Sensors are available to buy via and leading retailers. These budget-friendly and future-proof smart security products are a first step in building a scalable solution that can be built upon as the security needs grow.

Swann Launches Enforcer Camera Systems & Tracker Camera to Provide Comprehensive Security Solution

Swann announced the release of the award-winning SwannTracker Security Cameraas well as the Swann Enforcer Camera Systems in 4K resolution, a perfect indoor and outdoor security solution for any home or business. The Swann Tracker Security Camera was first unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show and was named a CES 2020 Innovation Award Honoree as the world’s first compact, non-mechanical pan-tilt security camera that includes auto-tracking.

Swann Launches Next Wave of Indoor and Outdoor Security Cameras and Its New Swann Security Digital Ecosystem

Swann is unveiling ‘Swann Security’, a fully integrated ecosystem that encompasses wired and wireless security solutions, all controllable via a single app. As part of this ecosystem, Swann is releasing its Wi-Fi Alert Indoor Camera and Wi-Fi Spotlight Outdoor Camera to provide powerful yet easy to use security. They are also announcing the release of three new wired security systems; including DVRs with Sensor Warning Light Cameras and 4K Ultra HD NVRs.

Swann Celebrates National Crime Prevention Month With New WiFi Cameras, Promotions, And Contest

Swann debuts two new Wi-Fi cameras with Alexa Integrations that are the latest additions to the SAFE by Swann platform, the #SwannSecurityHeroes community contest, and additional promotions in honor of October’s Crime Prevention Month to encourage the public to take preventative safety measures at home and work. The new Indoor and Outdoor Wi-Fi security cameras connect to power and transmit video and audio wirelessly. Through Alexa devices, consumers can also control these cameras with their voices.

Swann Offers Google Assistant On Wired 4K Ultra HD Surveillance Systems

Swann becomes the first security company to launch Google Assistant voice control on its wired multi-camera 4K surveillance systems. Swann is providing users with a home security system that has improved heat-sensing activity detection and amazing 4K Ultra HD video resolution. Easily viewed on TV, computer or hand-held devices through the HomeSafe View app, the 4K systems are designed for security deterrence with increased image clarity so you can see what’s really happening.

Speak To See – Google Assistant Products From Swann

For the first time, Swann’s wired security systems are compatible with Google Assistant! Seamlessly control and view your security footage with Swann and Google. It’s as simple as “Ok Google, show me the front door.” With 30 years of experience, we’re dedicated to providing the best security solutions. Take your security to the next level with a Google-integrated home security system and enjoy hands-free, worry-free security backed by a 12-month warranty.

Swann Cuts Cord With Wire-Free Smart Security Camera

Swann has announced the release of the new wire-free Smart Security Camera. Equipped with crystal clear 1080p full HD Video and a wide 120-degree viewing angle, the camera can capture details such as faces and license plates from every angle. With its night vision and IP65 rating for full weatherproofing, users can rely on the camera to keep their families and pets safe day and night, inside and outside.

Swann Bets Home Security Trumps Automation in the Internet of Things

he Swann security system supports its own hardware, but also third-party products such as the Philips Hue Lighting system and the Nest thermostat (as well as its own). When the chief executive of Swann Security popped into see the chief technology officer a year or two ago, the resulting conversation changed the strategic direction of the company.

Swann sold security cameras and other sensors through retailers such as Harvey Norman and Dick Smith. It was a good business that was enjoying a period of sustained growth.

Kentec’s Next Generation Taktis Fire Panel For Largest Sites Takes Center Stage At Essen

Kentec is showcasing its market-leading, life-critical control systems at Security Essen, with its next-generation Taktis 16 loop analogue addressable fire panel taking centre stage. The Taktis 16L extends the current Taktis fire panel to provide up to 144 zone indications. It supports more than 2,000 detection devices and can network up to 128 panels, making it ideal for the largest sites such as schools, hospitals, multi-site retail/supermarkets, critical infrastructure and major commercial and industrial facilities.

Global IP-Cameras Consumption 2016 Market Research Report

The Global IP Cameras Consumption 2016 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the IP-Cameras market. The report provides major statistics on the state of the industry and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the market. The report also provides a conclusion of the Global IP-Cameras Consumption 2016 Market Research Report.

Ingram’s David Lenz Spearheads New ‘Specialist’ Physical Security Strategy

Distributor mounts charge on physical security and pro AV. – Tier 1 I.T. distributor Ingram Micro’s senior director David Lenz is spearheading the distie’s push into two new areas: physical security and pro AV. Lenz was previously senior director of the ‘advanced solutions’ unit, looking after Ingram’s enterprise portfolio, such as Cisco, IBM, HP, and APC by Schneider Electric. As of July, he has been heading up its new speciality division.

Boulder Police Secretly Install Surveillance Cameras On Municipal Campus Between City Hall, Library

BOULDER, Colo. – Some Boulder residents are questioning their police department’s decision to install surveillance cameras in the park area between city hall and the public library, without letting the public know. The city quietly placed two cameras on the municipal building and one on the library in early January. When asked about the secrecy, Boulder Police Department spokeswoman Kim Kobel said, "The reason those cameras were installed is because we have an ongoing criminal investigation in the area." Kobel gave few details about the investigation, but did say police have received numerous complaints about criminal behavior, including assault, threatening behavior, urinating in public and drug dealing. "In some cases, we have drug dealing to high school students," she said. The cameras have touched a raw nerve with some residents, especially those who hang out in the public space. "They’re violating our rights and our freedom," said Bailey Flood. When asked if it would have made a difference if the city had been upfront about the cameras, Flood replied, "No, it’s an invasion of privacy." Not everyone looks at it that way. "They’re fine," said Jeff Swann, who admits that he drinks regularly while sitting on a park bench in front of City Hall. "Cameras are a part of life."   Swann says he’s observed a lot of criminal behavior in the park. "There was a big fight here two or three days ago," he said. "It was a real live brawl. It lasted five minutes. Both guys were […]