wireless alarm systems for homes

As you can see, the plans are reasonably priced and give you discounts for up to 5 cameras. With the premium package, you’ll also be able to create motion zones, which tell the camera areas that are particularly important to look out for. If you have a house with multiple floors or a baby’s room, this feature is going to come in handy. Plus, you can take advantage of the yearly package because you know you’re not going anywhere. At only $2. 98 per month per camera if you pay for the entire year at once, the Premium package makes the camera an even better value.

emergency response system

01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

In some implementations, the outdoor cameras include additional features and/or components such as weatherproofing and/or solar ray compensation. The smart home environment 100 may additionally or alternatively include one or more other occupancy sensors e. g. , the smart doorbell 106, smart door locks 120, touch screens, IR sensors, microphones, ambient light sensors, motion detectors, smart nightlights 170, etc. In some implementations, the smart home environment 100 includes radio frequency identification RFID readers e. g. , in each room 152 or a portion thereof that determine occupancy based on RFID tags located on or embedded in occupants. For example, RFID readers may be integrated into the smart hazard detectors 104. The smart home environment 100 may also include communication with devices outside of the physical home but within a proximate geographical range of the home. For example, the smart home environment 100 may include a pool heater monitor 114 that communicates a current pool temperature to other devices within the smart home environment 100 and/or receives commands for controlling the pool temperature.

alert monitoring

01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

The homeowner was so upset she called police. Sheriff’s deputies were able to make contact with two solicitors that evening: Anthony Depaola and Stanley Sanchez, both of who said they were not aware that they could not be out soliciting that late, though city regulations make that clear to all permitted solicitors. They came to my home at 8:30. I opened the door, determined that he was not the FedEx guy I was waiting for, said I was not interested. He said he was not selling anything. I asked him to leave and he would not, just kept talking, so I closed the door when it became clear that he would not stop talking, and asked him to leave immediately. He then waited a minute or two and began to knock/pound on the door, shouting that he just wanted to talk. I locked the door and texted my neighbor to warn her. Wish I had called the sheriff when he did not leave my property. I also wish that some standards would be employed before the city hands out solicitation permits. It does not take long to find out that this company could seriously rip off our most vulnerable older neighbors.