Liteye Systems Inc. and Chess Dynamics, a Cohort plc company, have signed a new strategic alliance agreement which grants Liteye the exclusive right to market a portfolio of Chess products and services in the United States.
The Monitoring Association (TMA) onboarded its 63rd PSAP in the United States — the Metropolitan Nashville Davidson County Tenn. Department of Emergency Communications. Launched in 2011 as a public-private partnership, TMA’s ASAP-to-PSAP service is designed to increase the accuracy and efficiency of calls for service from alarm companies to PSAPs.
In his new role, Ritter is responsible for ADS human resources, IT, acquisitions and customer support. He also leads the integration process working with leaders from Vector Security and ADS, as they evaluate the processes and systems that will take the company into the future.
Copp Systems (formerly Copp Integrated Systems) was founded in 1920 by Roy Stanley Copp, an engineer and member of the Dayton Boys, a group of young engineers and students interested in technology. Copp began selling and servicing RCA living room consoles from his Monument Avenue storefront to prominent Dayton families, including the Wrights, Deeds and Ketterings.
Protection Networks, a fire and security company serving the Dallas/Fort Worth/Houston/Austin, Texas and Little Rock, Ark. areas, is changing its name to ProNet to better reflect its corporate identity and continued commitment to providing transformative technologies.
American Defense Systems, a provider of smart home security, automation and surveillance systems to commercial and residential customers nationwide, earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA). This award honors service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings and reviews on Angie’s List in 2019.
Vector Security Inc., a provider of intelligent mobile security and home automation solutions to homes and businesses, along with its Nashville-based ADS Security division, announced the promotion of Craig Leyers to president of ADS.
The 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) took place last week, Jan. 6-9, in sunny Las Vegas, and while most physical security companies save their unveilings for March, when the security industry gathers in the same Sin City for ISC West, CES provided an interesting look at what sort of security products are appealing to the consumer right now — especially in the smart home.