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Millions of Europeans SMBs, homes will have cellular-connected alarms

Connected alarm systems will increase in the years to come, as more home users and business clients become familiar with advantages

| Connectivity & Communications News | Posted: Feb 21, 2014 4:49 pm

The "Internet of Everything" is still nowhere near its full potential, but Europe will embrace the trend with an estimated 5.7 million small businesses and home alarm systems connected to European cellular networks in 2018.

 

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The recent findings were released by Berg Insight in an effort to show how technology is increasing - many automated security services currently make use of self-monitoring, though as more devices are connected, it provides great opportunity for professional monitoring services to be included.

 

"There is considerable growth potential," said Andre Malm, Berg Insight analyst, in a press release.

 

It's not just home- and business-based security alarms that are receiving a strong boost from technological developments that are emerging. There is a great effort to bring connected features into vehicles on the roadway, including enhanced security measures, which can be used to quickly identify - and track - stolen vehicles.

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Berginsight.com

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