Alarm.com for Business has introduced new commercial offerings, including an expanded line of Pro Series commercial-grade Power Over Ethernet (PoE) cameras, Third-Party Camera Support and Cell Connector for Access Control.
According to the company, the growing ecosystem of commercial products works together seamlessly through Alarm.com’s unified business platform to enhance and upgrade any small business or commercial security system.
Alarm.com says that Third-Party Camera integrations combine the company’s unified platform and its intuitive user experience with the flexibility to choose from a wide array of camera options. Alarm.com service providers can upgrade an existing video system to the unified cloud-based platform and expand it with Pro Series cameras as customers’ needs evolve. Cameras using ONVIF and Axis’ VAPIX protocol will have plug-and-play connectivity to Alarm.com’s cloud through the Pro Series CSVR.
The Pro Series 727P Mini-Bullet Camera by Alarm.com is the fifth and newest camera in the Pro Series line, is feature-packed and debuts with a compact indoor/outdoor design. With Perimeter Guard and Two-Way Audio, this camera enables proactive crime deterrence and video monitoring. The entire line of cameras is NDAA-compliant and includes onboard recording as well as access to exclusive Business Activity Analytics.
“We’re continuing to innovate and extend the platform to support increasingly large and complex installations across video surveillance, intrusion, access control and more,” said Brian Lohse, General Manager, Alarm.com for Business. “Third-Party Camera Support is an important milestone for our quickly evolving cloud-based VSaaS offering. As we develop new capabilities and address new use cases and applications, our focus is ensuring the user and service provider experiences continue to be intuitive and hassle-free.”
Additionally, coming this summer, the Cell Connector for Access Control eliminates the need to have a wired network connection, enabling the ability to install access control using cellular LTE in customer locations where network connectivity or reliability is hindered.