Kankakee Home Security Video Surveillance Updated Monitoring System Launched

Protection Associates Inc, a security solutions company based in Kankakee, Illinois, announced an innovative monitoring system called AES-Intellinet Radio Monitoring. The system allows autonomous alarm monitoring independent of telephone or internet lines, offering superior reliability in emergency situations.

Protection Associates Inc, a home and business security company based in Kankakee, Illinois, launched a new radio monitoring system for clients looking to upgrade their alarm systems. The AES-Intellinet Radio Monitoring Service connects the client’s monitoring radio to a network of related systems, thus being able to find alternative routes whenever there is a network blockage.


More information can be found at http://protection-associates.com.


Home security systems are essential for homeowners looking for increased protection against property crimes, fires and other perils. A professional alarm and surveillance camera system has been shown to deter most criminals while also ensuring that the perpetrators are caught, in the eventuality of a burglary.


Protection Associates Inc. is a professional security solutions company from Kankakee, Illinois. The company offers a wide range of services for home and business owners looking to install CCTV and alarm systems, fire protection and other similar technologies.


The company has recently announced the introduction of the AES-Intellinet Radio Monitoring Service, an innovative alarm monitoring system using a web-based network to ensure proper alarm monitoring even when certain signal paths are unavailable.


One of the advantages of the new system is its ability to function as a self-contained monitoring solution, rather than relying on in-ground telephone wires. Due to its autonomy, home or business owners can rely on the AES-Intellinet system to transmit alarm signals even when their telephone or internet services are no longer functional.


Tom Boisvert, owner of Protection Associates Inc, compared the AES-Intellinet system to a spider web, where access from the edge towards the center is possible on more than just one route:


“Imagine an intricate spider web. Each intersection of two strands of that web represents a single AES-Intellinet radio system. The web is comprised of many of these intersections. What happens if an intersection or an intermediate radio goes down? The radio, within a matter of seconds, reevaluates a new shortest path to send the signal along to make sure the central command center receives it.”


Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.


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