The Partnership for Priority Verified Alarm Response (PPVAR), an organization established to promote the value of verification and validation of alarm events during the emergency response process, announced the appointment of the new 2022 board members.
Traditional security and the smart home are the same. There — I’ve said it. Our industry likes to see them as different, but for someone growing up now, without any preconceptions of alarm systems, they all just look like a lot of gadgets for the home. So what does this mean for the smart home and traditional alarm monitoring?
The ultimate goal of PPVAR is to reduce false alarms and increase apprehension rates for intrusion alarm customers. Here’s how monitoring companies can blaze that trail.
January 2, 2019
One of the most pressing issues facing monitoring companies, law enforcement, end users and the security industry at-large is the need for decreasing false alarm dispatches while increasing emergency response times in true emergencies.
The Partnership for Priority Verified Alarm Response (PPVAR) announced the following industry leaders will be volunteering for committees crucial to the growth of the organization and the future of priority response.
The Partnership for Priority Verified Alarm Response (PPVAR) will host the Future of Priority Response panel discussion at ISC West 2017 in Las Vegas. The panel will feature experts from law enforcement, technology, defense and security, and will discuss many aspects of priority response and verified alarms, including future technologies, industry forecasts, the law enforcement perspective and ASAP to PSAP as a delivery mechanism for priority response.