DALLAS—Parks Associates, an internationally renowned market research and consulting firm, released a white paper noting that home security consumers are looking for solutions to reduce false alarms. as well as improving responses to events such as home burglaries, with new solutions emerging for manufacturers to address these needs.
The company’s consumer research shows that 62% of security system owners report that their system has triggered at least one false alarm in the past 12 months. The recently published white paper, Zero Response Time – Safety System Intervention, developed in partnership with IoT security and healthcare solutions company Essence, discusses how enhanced monitoring solutions and active response techniques can improve alert accuracy and move security systems beyond detection to improve the immediacy and effectiveness of their response.
“Adoption of security systems has grown steadily in recent years, reaching 36% of US Internet homes,” said Chris White, principal analyst at Parks Associates. “However, false alarms are a persistent problem, which can slow down response and exacerbate existing gaps and traditional limitations in home security coverage. Solutions that improve detection and enable immediate response can help deter intruders, reduce property loss and increase overall system value.
According to Parks Associates, advances in security system technology have increased and their adoption has increased, especially among young adults and affluent families. “New sensors can detect external movement and internal home occupancy, the research firm noted. “In addition, new security solutions, enabled by smart home connectivity and remote control, can enable faster automated notifications, more immediate and direct intervention and a more efficient system.
“New solutions include smart security cameras with two-way talk, neighborhood security apps that provide joint surveillance, and personal security apps that give users on-demand access to bodyguards and security professionals. safety certified,” White noted. “Companies will continue to integrate new technologies to overcome the limitations of the previous generation of security systems.”
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