Home security startup seeks broadband partnership

February 2007
CED;Feb2007, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the aim of InGrid Inc. to use a broadband-centric approach to enter the home security sector currently dominated by ADT Ltd. and Brink's Home Security Inc. in the U.S. InGrid's system, which offers a wide coverage for the security of the home than the analog systems, has a data supplied over the high-speed broadband networks. CEO Louis Stilp said that the company has also explored new detectors that could identify smoke and carbon monoxide.


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