Guideline alarm systems remote services (2013)

10 September 2013

It has been common practice for many years to monitor remotely the alarm and fault status of alarm systems installed in premises and their associated Alarm Transmission Systems from remote locations (whether directly by response authorities or by dedicated Alarm Receiving Centres). However, for more than 20 years, technology has also permitted access to those alarm (and other) systems from remote locations with a variety of available functionality. As in other areas, the trend to the use of IP technology for these services means that service providers will need to become familiar with the regulations and security concerns relevant to this technology.

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