Sunday, June 14, 2009

No site unseen: New home security systems will allow owners to see live video with cell phones or computers without breaking the budget

Baltimore SunAt least for home security companies, the potential for consumers to adopt the new gadgets has implications for an industry that's seen its growth slump in recent years, as the U.S. housing market has slowed, according to Parks Associates, a Dallas-based firm that covers digital consumer technologies. About 25 percent of households have some type of security system, and 19 percent pay for monthly monitoring, where a company would automatically notify emergency services upon alarm activation, the firm reports.

From the article, "No site unseen: New home security systems will allow owners to see live video with cell phones or computers without breaking the budget" by Gus G. Sentementes
 

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