AES Spotlights Advanced Burglary and Fire Alarm Communications Solutions at Electronic Security Expo
AES Corporation, the leading manufacturer of private wireless communications equipment, will be showcasing its award-winning AES-IntelliNet burglary and fire alarm monitoring solutions at Electronic Security Expo (ESX), taking place June 25 – 26, 2014 at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
“Companies that want to build and grow alarm monitoring business can’t afford to give away recurring monthly revenue, spend time triaging unreliable networks or devote resources to replacing sunsetting cellular and POTS technologies. That’s why so many dealers and central stations are turning to AES,” said Gary Shottes, President, AES. “With an AES-IntelliNet private mesh radio network, there are no alarm communication fees and no obsoleting technologies. As a result, customers gain superior reliability and scalability, and the highest quality of service.”
ESX attendees are invited to visit AES booth # 719 to learn more about AES’ advanced fire and burglary alarm communications solutions, including:
AES-IntelliNet is the industry’s only long-range and completely operator-owned and controlled private wireless mesh communications network. The patented AES-IntelliNet technology is the Company’s core product line.
AES-IntelliStart is a bundled service and product offering designed to help companies optimize and scale AES networks so they can rapidly build profitable fire and burglary alarm monitoring businesses.
AES UL-Listed Local Annunciator
The AES Local Annunciator Model 7740 helps facility managers more quickly respond to service requirements by providing local visual and audio annunciation for any trouble signals reported by an AES Fire Subscriber. The product is UL-listed and satisfies NFPA-72 code without requiring hardwiring of J4 trouble signals to a Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP).
AES Network Connectivity Tool
The NCT Model 7245 helps companies accelerate the sale and installation of AES-IntelliNet subscriber units into new or installed AES-based networks. Instead of having to physically pull actual subscriber units from stock to test field locations, customers can evaluate viability in less than 30 seconds using the simple, one-button-operation tool, saving both time and cost of labor.
AES Configuration and Diagnostic Tool
Alarm dealers and distributors with high-volume installation can use the CDT Model 7246 to accelerate field and in-house pre-configuration setups for AES-IntelliNet subscriber units. Technicians can quickly update and modify operational parameters. By enabling AES-IntelliNet units to be configured three to five times faster than previously, the use of CDT saves a tremendous amount of time for customers who work with hundreds of units on a daily basis.
About Electronic Security Expo
Electronic Security Expo (ESX) is the only major, national trade event purely focused on the needs of security installation, integration and monitoring teams. ESX Nashville offers invaluable content and connections, while focusing intensely on the growth and maintenance of recurring monthly revenue (RMR). The expo also features several special events and networking opportunities, 200+ exhibitors, and colleagues from top security integration and monitoring companies. ESX supports the security industry, owned by the industry’s leading professional associations the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) and the Electronic Security Association (ESA). www.esxweb.com
About AES Corporation
Established in 1974, AES Corporation empowers companies to grow profitable alarm monitoring businesses, and government agencies to enhance security anywhere in the world. By providing the industry’s only patented operator-owned and controlled private wireless mesh networks, AES ensures superior reliability, low TCO and optimal RMR while reducing dependence on service provider infrastructures. The company’s flagship AES-IntelliNet systems are deployed in over a half million locations worldwide. For more information, please visit www.aes-corp.com
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