VALRICO, Fla.—A family’s home in this Tampa suburb was destroyed by fire in August after an ADT fire alarm did not send a signal to the monitoring center, according to an article from ABC Action News in Tampa.
NEW YORK—Building Technologies, an Edmonton, Alberta-based security provider, has joined the Mobotix Global Partner Network as an authorized distributor, according to a statement from the network-based surveillance systems company.
BELLEVILLE, Ill.—Surveillance cameras outside Pinnacle Electronic Systems caught a burglar breaking into a Salvation Army, and chronicled his getaway, leading to his arrest, according to a report from Fox2now.com, a Fox affiliate in St. Louis.
BOCA RATON, Fla.—A report published this week by Morgan Stanley analyst Nigel Coe downgraded the rating on The ADT Corp. from equal-weight to underweight, citing a lack of “residual upside,” according to an article from Benzinga.com, a market-watch website.
POMPANO BEACH, Fla.—IC Realtime, a designer and manufacturer of surveillance solutions based here, has expanded its headquarters to include a new 20,000 square foot integration center, according to a company statement.
MESA, Ariz.—Iveda Solutions, a provider of cloud video hosting technology, is introducing IvedaMobile, a cloud-hosted live video streaming device and audio transmitter, according to a company statement.
HOLLISTON, Mass.—At a restaurant in this suburb west of Boston, a fire alarm was pulled but did not trigger a response from the local fire department, according to an article from The MetroWest Daily News, a newspaper based in Framingham, Mass.