Fire Alarm Technician (Birmingham, AL) | #TpromoCom #firealarm #alarm #technician | We are currently hiring Fire Alarm Technicians with 5 years of experience. Candidates are encouraged to apply ASAP as we have an immediate need in the Birmingham, Alabama. Qualified candidates are encouraged to send an updated resume for consideration. Interviews are currently underway. READ ON: Click Here
compensation: Based on Experience
employment type: full-time
We are currently hiring Fire Alarm Technicians with 5 years of experience. Candidates are encouraged to apply ASAP as we have an immediate need in the Birmingham, Alabama. Qualified candidates are encouraged to send an updated resume for consideration. Interviews are currently underway.
Fire Alarm Technician Job:
•Installation, service, troubleshooting and programming numerous Fire Alarm Systems including: Silent Knight, Simplex, Notifier, EST, Fire Lite, etc.
•Working in teams or independently to complete commercial installation and service projects
•Current State License
•Your own basic hand tools
•Fire Alarm service or programming experience is a plus
•Strong background in electronics
India Video Surveillance Analytics Software Market 2017-2023 – Market is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 35% | #TpromoCom #camera #CCTV #videosurveillance | Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “India Video Surveillance Analytics Software Market (2017-2023): Forecast By Applications, Deployment (On-Premise and On-Cloud), Verticals, Regions, and Competitive Landscape” report to their offering. India’s video surveillance analytics software market is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 35% during 2017 to 2023.
CONNECTIONS™ Europe: IoT and the Connected Consumer | #TpromoCom #Parks #Connections #Event | to feature keynotes from Deutsche Telekom and Centrica. Parks Associates estimates approximately 7 million European households will have professionally monitored security by 2021 READ ON: Click Here
July 4, 2017
Parks Associates estimates approximately 7 million European households will have professionally monitored security by 2021
International IoT research firm Parks Associates announced today Deutsche Telekom AG and Centrica will be the keynote speakers at the 12th-annual CONNECTIONS™ Europe: IoT and the Connected Consumer, 1-2 November 2017 at the Amsterdam Marriott Hotel. The event, with early sponsorship support from Homematic IP, Qorvo, Amazon, Ayla Networks, mnubo, ROC-Connect, ULE Alliance, and Z-Wave, addresses deployment and consumer engagement strategies to secure recurring revenue with smart home and IoT solutions.
The research firm’s NUMBERS™ service forecasts that more than 4.3 million households in Western Europe and nearly 2.8 million in Eastern/Central Europe will have professionally monitored security by 2021. That same year, Western Europe will have more than 30 million unit sales of smart TVs.
CONNECTIONS™ Europe focuses on disruptions from innovative technologies and new business models and their impact on the converging smart home ecosystems. Keynote presenters include:
Matthias Mieves, Head, New Business, Sales & Marketing Connected Home, Deutsche Telekom AG
“The smart home concept is expanding across Europe as consumers explore innovative use cases with connected devices and services,” said Elizabeth Parks, SVP, Parks Associates. “At CONNECTIONS™ Europe, we will discuss positive trials and successful use cases in the smart home, plus strategies to tie together a variety of connected solutions to create a personalized user experience, which will lead positive revenue growth for companies in the IoT.”
Produced by Parks Associates, the 12th-annual CONNECTIONS™ Europe is a two-day executive conference focused on the impact of IoT on the consumer. The event explores innovative business strategies, new crossover industry partnerships, and advancements in IoT (Internet of Things) solutions that are creating more consumer engagement and business opportunities for smart home, cloud services, and connected entertainment solutions. Parks Associates industry analysts moderate all sessions, with discussion, insights, and networking with leading executives representing all IoT ecosystems.
How Building Baseline Video Analytics via Crowdsourcing Can Lead to Safer Streets | #TpromoCom #videosurveillance #CCTV #data | The the Video Analytics Towards Vision Zero program calls on the public to help teach computers to recognize vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists and any near-misses in the hope it can prevent deadly accidents.
Teaching computers object recognition has become a goal for many in recent years. Breakthroughs in facial recognition have infiltrated smartphone apps that give people in regular selfies animal ears and noses, glasses, or a digital beard (among many other things). Other uses for object recognition include programs for augmented reality apps and for use by autonomous vehicles, helping them to recognize other vehicles, pedestrians and/or cyclists.
Security is an important part of business in high-rise office buildings, manufacturing facilities, campus settings, and facilities of all sizes. | #TpromoCom #accesscontrol #visitor #Colombo | This includes the development of an intelligent security network that provides for secure, automatic access security policies; and seeks to provide actionable data related to the comings and goings of regular employees; outside, on-site consultants; as well as short-stay visitors.
“Corporate security has become a high-profile issue since the events of September 11, 2001 exposed America’s vulnerability to terrorist attack,” says Thomas E. Cavanagh, author of Corporate Security Measures and Practices, An Overview of Security Management Since 9/11.
In this article we’ll talk about the need and function of access control and visitor management systems. We will look at how these systems are sometimes connected internally by a single software solution as well as other integration methods.
Managing Fast Moving Events with PSIM | #TpromoCom #campus #PSIM #Siemens | Siemens has taken a completely new approach to PSIM. Siveillance Viewpoint takes the complexity out of PSIM solutions and maximizes command and control functionality. Learn more when you download this free report.
Institutions have a lot to gain from implementing a physical security information management solution— if it’s done correctly.
Schools need to brand what they are based on what they excel in | #TpromoCom #college #archaeologist #branding | but so must security companies, locksmiths, and others. This story discusses this need and how to go about it. –Al Colombo, TpromoCom
It’s woven in every aspect of modern daily life, but branding isn’t new to the scene. Archeologists found branded wine casks in the ancient ruins of Pompeii. The legacy brand, Quaker Oats, turned what was cattle feed into a successful breakfast staple.
In the next decade, Amazon’s Alexa and her virtual assistant buddies, Cortina and Bixby, are poised to be the homey brand face of artificial intelligence that will connect every aspect of our domestic lives. So, finally seeing the brand conversation bubble up in the education space isn’t a surprise. It’s actually a bit overdue. If you are associated with a school in any way — as a leader, educator, staff member, student, parent, community member or potential co-business education partner — you need to be talking about branding your school now. Here are five reasons why.