Posts in the ‘Intrusion/Alarm Systems’ Category

Celebrating 25 Years at CONNECT 2015

Marek Robinson by Marek Robinson | 11.30.2015

We recently celebrated 25 years of our Authorized Dealer program at CONNECT 2015. It was great to see nearly 800 dealers from across the United States, Canada and Latin America networking in Scottsdale, AZ. The event kicked off with the first-ever community service at CONNECT. Over 100 dealers participated to build over 2,000 hygiene kits with […]

Lessons Learned in Recent Utility Installation

Chris Koetsier by Chris Koetsier | 11.24.2015

Protecting our nation’s power grid from physical attacks is so important. Honeywell recently participated in a project that provided a powerful solution for an electrical utility facility. Due to security concerns, the facility requested to remain anonymous, but wanted to share the lessons learned to help protect other utilities across the United States. Take a […]

How to Use the Apple Watch with Honeywell Total Connect 2.0

Ilan Dee by Ilan Dee | 11.17.2015

We recently launched the Honeywell Total Connect Apple Watch app for all users of the Honeywell Total Connect 2.0 platform. The app increases the ways consumers can access their security systems,  increasing the value of the platform you’re selling. The Apple Watch app allows a user to quickly and conveniently check the status of their system directly from their wrist, […]

Connected Cities: Integrated Solutions for Today’s Government Facilities

Norma Schiller by Norma Schiller | 11.16.2015

In the heart of California’s Central Valley, Turlock is the second largest city in Stanislaus County. With nearly 70,000 residents, the city offers relaxed rural living with convenient access to some of California’s most popular tourist destinations in and around its capitol. As the City of Turlock grows, adding a brand new Public Safety building and transit […]

How to Address the NERC-CIP-014-2 Requirements for Energy Utilities

David Karsch by David Karsch | 11.10.2015

The North American Reliability Corporation (NERC) implemented a set of security requirements (NERC-CIP-014-2) for utility substations. Non-compliance fees can reach as high as $1 million per day per violation. As the vertical market utility lead, I meet with utilities across North America who in light of these requirements are extremely concerned. While many have some form of […]