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Resolution Products Announces Helix™ - The Next Generation Security Platform

Resolution Products, a leader in wireless communication solutions for the security industry, unveiled the Helix™ security platform at the Electronic Security Expo (ESX) in Nashville Tennessee. Helix is the first professional security panel designed from the start to deliver interactive security and home automation services from the consumers’ chosen mobile devices.

Resolution Helix Security Platform (Photo: Business Wire).

Resolution Helix Security Platform (Photo: Business Wire).

The Helix panel introduces a revolutionary new architecture to the security industry. It is the first fully wireless system that can be installed anywhere in the home. This not only ensures a more discreet and secure system; it also gives the dealers the cost effective and consistent installation process they need to drive down account creation costs.

“Helix is more than just another new security panel,” said Brian Seemann, President of Resolution Products. “It is a revolutionary new architecture and technology that knocks down costly hurdles faced by dealers every day. Helix leverages the phones and tablets already adopted by consumers, plus its high performance wireless easily covers large homes. This enables the control panel to be installed near the home network, making the system more secure and far more cost effective.”

The Helix platform enables monitoring and control through a partnership with SecureNet Technologies. The combined offering transforms how interactive controls are delivered, providing faster reaction to commands than any other interactive security offering. This is accomplished by processing all in-home connectivity through a Bluetooth® LE connection, an industry first. Remote communications with the Helix platform are performed over an “always-on” connection maintained with the SecureNet service. SecureNet maintains this connection whether using broadband or cellular communications. These approaches allow the panel to provide the responsiveness required to maintain a dealer’s high-valued customers.

“SecureNet wasn’t just trying to duplicate interactive service offerings. We share Resolution’s view of innovation, designing our solution to address frustrations expressed with other offerings,” said Andrew Wilson, President of SecureNet Technologies. “Our central station receiver technology can be freely adopted by all monitoring centers, allowing them to offer interactive lifestyle services that respond instantly from anywhere in the world.”

Helix is the latest innovation from Resolution Products, leveraging technology the company has been delivering for over 5 years. Resolution has deployed more than 100,000 interactive gateway modules enabling SecureNet services. This proven technology, combined with a full line of industry leading sensors, allows customers to transition quickly and confidently to this platform.

Helix will begin evaluations by several customers in July, and will be openly available to all dealers on December 15th, 2014.

About Resolution Products

Resolution Products is a 5 year-old technology company, delivering high performance wireless solutions to the security industry. Resolution is comprised of some of the top engineers in the industry, with roots in creating some of the industry’s most groundbreaking products. Resolution’s product lines include the industry-disrupting Translators, the full array of compatible sensors and peripherals, and most recently, the line of interactive services communicators. Resolution’s Interactive Gateway Module line recently won the Best of Commercial and Monitoring Solutions award in the SIA 2014 New Product Showcase at ISC West.

About SecureNet Technologies

SecureNet builds technologies that makes homes and business spaces safer, more convenient, and enjoyable. The company’s devices and software empower service providers in the home automation and security space to provide new, interactive capabilities to their customers, including interactive home security, video monitoring, environment control, energy management, and alarm monitoring.

SecureNet is a privately held company headquartered in Lake Mary, Florida, with locations in Sydney, Australia, Provo, Utah, and Austin, Texas.

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