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Join this webinar to learn how the adoption of cellular connectivity technology can add value to alarm systems, video surveillance, home automation, and intelligent sensors used in connected buildings. Find out how manufacturers of such devices can improve time to market and enrich the feature set by implementing innovative features from the newest generation of cellular connectivity modules.

What attendees will learn:
  • How alarm panels, security services and home automation systems can benefit from new cellular and low-power wide-area (LPWA) technologies
  • Which communication device architectures and feature sets are most important for security alarm and alert systems
  • Deep dive into how new cellular technologies can enhance security application use cases
  • Tips for designing the new generation of cellular-powered alarm systems
  • Common technical issues and their solutions

Who should attend:
Anyone with positions in...
  • Head of R&D
  • Program / project / platform managers
  • Product & Strategic Marketing
  • Purchasing dept
  • System Architects
  • Product Management
  • Mobile Operators

...from the following industries
  • Alarm panels, Security and Home Automation Systems OEMs / ODMs
  • Fire prevention, Elevator, Emergency and Safety Alert Systems OEMs / ODMs
  • Security services
  • Security and Home Automation Trade Shows


Diego Grassi
Senior Manager Product Strategy Cellular, Industrial Market Development


Ken Briodagh
IoT Editorial Director
IoT Evolution World