FALSE ALARM DETECTION
Our RoomMe Pro solution tells you that a verified person entered the room when an alarm was triggered.
Finally, true false alarm identification.
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You Can't Tell If It's A Burglar
Burglars don't come with a sign. You may hear or see that someone's there, but you don't know who it is. Audio and video verification have been around for years now, and they clearly don't work.
You Think You Can Tell Who Caused The Alarm. You Can't.
RF whitelisting is a relatively new concept that enables whitelisting of "known" wireless devices in a premise to tell if non-whitelisted (burglar's phone?) are detected when alarm is triggered.
RF Whitelisting requires ongoing management. Every wireless device in the premise (smart phones and watches, tablets, TVs, computers, smart home devices, wireless headphones etc.) must be whitelisted or the system will indicate that an unknown device is present at alarm time.
RF whitelisting has a circular long range detection pattern. When it detects whitelisted smartphones and watches, it cannot tell in which room they are, so even if you know that there are verified people at the premise, you cannot match their location with the alarm location to decide that the alarm is false. On the other hand, when it detects non-whitelisted wireless devices, they can easily be devices of people outside the premise such as neighbors' wireless devices and cannot help identify that there's a burglar in the premise.
TRUE FALSE ALARM
You Finally Know If A Verified Person Triggered The Alarm
Like you, we've been in the security market long enough to admit that there's no way around it. To identify a false alarm, you need to know that the alarm was triggered as a result of a verified person entering the alarmed location.
RoomMe Pro was developed for this exact purpose.