The Smart SMART Home
Residential security in 2019
Over the past decades, the overall violent crime rate in the United States has been reported to be in decline while residential risks are statistically increasing. SUS Global Enterprises ensures your private residential security and fire safety through a flexible security guard routine coupled with modern technical means. Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology or also SMART home technology uses devices connected to the Internet of things (IoT) to automate and monitor in-home systems. Because we understand that a whopping 47% of the United States household residents prefer their homes to be future-proof, and as such—secured smartly, we advise you to hire verified professionals to get your SMART systems installed.
SMART home is not merely about having high-tech private security cameras installed or a functional and system-wise closed-circuit television (CCTV) along with top-notch smartphones or the latest innovations in household security. A SMART home security audit is a must before proceeding to installation for there is no such risk than the false sentiment of being safe and alerted on time when one is not. Not having the right circuit capacity or adjustments can lead to a disaster in a risky situation for it is not even comparable to the phone alarm that did not sound on time to get you on time for work—we speak about human lives, and physical risks that most of the time are not reversible.
The SUS Global Enterprises residential security experts will install for you a complete and smoothly integrated system that, depending on the budget and the needs, can be composed of a single device, a chain of devices, or a complex multi-layered system to ensure your residential security is efficient and effective. A typical consumer behavior being to initially install one SMART device like a thermostat, an electric locking system, or a sensor-equipped bulb, most people realize pretty fast that integrating a complete private security system connected throughout the residential property is a must.
Virtual security means virtual vulnerabilities, too.
Just imagine the entire smart-home private security and fire safety system connected as one unit to a single server, and getting to be exploited. If it already scares you to lose a smart key (the combination of your front door), it is better you ensure yourself that your system difficults even a highly tech-savvy team to re-route the modem connecting all the SMART devices and then rewrite it to gain full access to each visual device installed at your home. With technological advancement, society is heading to exceeding virtual dependency on gadgets, and threats and risks need to be evaluated carefully. Ranging from social media networks to using mobile and web applications which use our location, we all are prone to leave a digital footprint of our own trajectory, and notably to expose us at the risk that our absence at home is also recorded. Physical location is an increasing concern for almost everyone, the more digitally exposed one is, the more chances to be tracked and to become vulnerable at some moment exist. This is why SUS Global Enterprises offers to large and budget-safe households to couple SMART Home Security Systems with a physical security guard presence.
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Extremely dynamic and powerful AI
The efficiency of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning in almost all aspects of our lives has been largely argued for decades now, but one thing is for sure— beyond 2025, the future of SMART home private security and fire safety may entirely depend upon this one factor alone. While in 2019, residential security in the US homes may or may not come along with such a powerful technical tool like an integrated SMART system, artificially intelligent behavioral tools already gather, analyze, and synthesize an immense database variety of human and non-human habits of not merely entering and exiting residential facilities, but breaking into those. Timing, movement, heat, weather conditions, personal aspects, and mechanical or other obstacles are but some of the variables that AI will store into tables. Capable of predicting different practices or habits triggered by a single instance of code, AI will then be able to react to risks accordingly. Of course, there is still an increasing demand for a more precise and effective facial resignation and fewer false alarms. With time and technical advancement, humans that program AI will make it possible for the system to not merely alert the authorities in case there is an intruder or an unrecognized subject detected but to recognize with almost complete certainty whether a subject wears a mask or is fringing to be somebody else. Now, with AI facial recognition in place, surprise visits will undeniably decrease since that old-school friend or relative who reaches you out of the blue to give you a surprise, might get the ultimate surprise, and one nobody will ever forget.
Wide range of Diagnostics and Applicability
A network of wired or wireless interconnected devices spread all over a residential building and premises will definitely require a similarly efficient and sustainable power supply of electricity to prevent alarm system abuse, data loss, or hardware damage but also can need reliable protection against voltage alteration like a surge protector to avoid a surcharge. While an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) can provide a constant flow for up to 12 hours in the best case, current research in this direction is focused on finding a more efficient energy solution that will ensure energy conservation. In this increasing concern, AI devices seem to be equally helpful and hard to manage for while they can predict human behavior based on timing, movement, and lights, they risk reducing consumption when risky or not needed. A simple example of a SMART AI-ruled home problematics would be shutting down the power supply of electrical appliances from the kitchen like a washing machine or a coffee maker after 10 p. m. while lighting and other electrical systems cannot follow the predictive shutting on and off. This could be a real future concern for people who suffer insomnia, have altering shifts, or experience states like dementia and the likes.
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Augmented reality to design SMART Security Systems
The ultimate futuristic security system will predict its own required devices along with the quantity and areas where it will need to be installed to get the maximum benefit out of it. Let’s suppose that in the not-so-far future, a SMART home security system will be actually able to draw a complete architectural design including its own wireless security system placement, but what if such arrangements are also used to predict a real-life picture of a required home? Before the real risks of possible misuse of functionalities and functions, how smart a SMART home is for you depends on who installs it and how often you update your security policies and best practices in place. Before the doubt, call SUS Global Enterprises residential security solutions today on 800-835-3297.
SMART Homes are smarter with physical private security and fire safety guard presence.
The majority of private residential security and fire safety systems are comprised of one to three devices installed in the name of a home private security system. There can be two worst-case scenarios: those devices are either connected partially or are not connected at all. The only future-proof security of a home private security system is when it is smartly connected to testing devices which efficiently detect, respond and alert real-people teams, OR exhibits the intruder/s to the greatest complexity of impediments while not simply executing but also planning an intrusion or a crime. A motion detector which automatically triggers and commands the optical device to capture a high-resolution image in case it detects a susceptive movement is but an example of a smartly connected device but what if it is not functional or is not autonomous enough to execute its functions under different scenarios? The best approach to have a highly integrated private security and fire safety SMART detection system would be to make it a part of a Master Plan while building a home to make sure its compulsory inclusion in required sensible and life-saving or life-preserving areas. As it requires comparatively high effort to include private security wiring in an already installed electrical and fire safety system, especially where wet and dry riser pipework or evacuation or air-extract conducts are created, planning will incredibly reduce the cost of a later inclusion. Contact SUS Global Enterprises for our expert opinion on how to implement or improve your residential security today!