For example, when you are at the office and a stranger walks up to your door, your doorbell camera will sense the motion. The device will immediately send a warning to your smartphone with video footage of your guest. You may then access the integrated smartphone app and converse with your guest via the two-way talk feature, or have connected smart lighting turn on, so it appears like you're home. In the event an intrusion actually happens, your system will instantly warn your 24-hour monitoring team, and they'll urgently summon law enforcement.
A security system offers protection from fires, flooding, and CO leaks
A wide range of dangerous situations could take place at your residence. Fire, flood, and carbon monoxide typically come unexpectedly and grow rapidly. Linking safety equipment to your alarm system allows your smoke, flood, and CO sensors the same level of integration as your home intrusion devices.
If emergency strikes, your high-decibel siren will go off, prompting every person in the residence to get out. You may also have an alert sent to your smartphone, which is particularly helpful when you're at the office. Your monitoring specialists are also informed, so they can contact emergency services while you get your family to safety.