FORT WORTH, Texas—The Central Station Alarm Association may be renamed “The Monitoring Association,” if CSAA members approve the name change in a June 7 vote.
SYRACUSE, N.Y.—In his new role as Rapid Response Monitoring VP of technology and innovation, industry veteran Morgan Hertel intends to help Rapid leverage new and emerging technology in the monitoring space.
CARLSBAD, Calif.—Numera’s new line of wearables is designed to be used by Libris mPERS users when they’re at home.
LYNN, Mass.—Wayne Alarm Systems, a full-service company based here, is building out its headquarters, expanding its monitoring space, and growing its account base, partly through acquisition.
HAGERSTOWN, Md.—Dynamark has a new way to communicate with its partners, a recently created partner council, which will meet regularly to give the company feedback.
TULSA, Okla.—Monitoring America Alarm Co-op president Ron Wies said construction of the third-party central station’s redundant facility in nearby Owasso, Okla., may start next month.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.—ICU Security Group, an integration firm based here, is spinning-off its proactive video monitoring division, SARC Monitoring, into a separate company.
LAS VEGAS—DMP introduced its new OnDemand Monitoring feature at its April 5 owners’ forum.
YARMOUTH, Maine—Monitoring centers can reduce their workload through alerting users by SMS text messages; more central station automation platforms are expanding this offering.
OGDEN, Utah—Since Freeus’ acquisition of Securus’ PERS assets in early March 2015, the company has doubled its customer base and now has more than 100 dealers.
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