To illustrate, if you are running errands or working and someone approaches your door, your doorbell camera will discern the activity. It will automatically send an update to your phone with a video clip of your guest. You may then access the security app on your phone and communicate with your guest through the 2-way audio capability, or have connected smart lighting come on, so it appears like you're home. If a break-in actually happens, your home’s defense will instantly warn your around-the-clock monitoring team, and they'll rapidly call the police.
A security system defends against flooding, CO, and fires
Various emergencies can happen at your home. Fire, flood, and carbon monoxide usually come unexpectedly and escalate quickly. Connecting detectors to your security system gives your smoke alarms and other components the same level of integration as your other monitored devices.
When emergency strikes, your high-decibel siren will sound, alerting all occupants of the residence to get out. You could also have a warning dispatched to your mobile device, which is especially helpful if you're not home. Your monitoring specialists are also informed, so they can reach out to first responders while you move to a safe location.