The system was designed and created by a team of experts assembled by Edinburgh-based Boundary to solve the problems associated with traditional alarm systems and use advanced technology thinking.
After passing a pre-compliance testing program, Boundary is currently awaiting certification, which is expected to be signed by the end of Q1, according to Class 2 UK & European standards for alarm testing, which it says “not only does the alarm be robust and reliable, but that it is also tamper-proof for prospective burglars “.
It added that Grade 2 certification is also one of the requirements from insurers as well as the police for an automatic Level 1 priority response.
The DIY version – no police, self-monitored – of the alarm system is easy to install and can be easily controlled from a smartphone, “which means that the owner has full control over their siren no matter where they are”. It can be integrated with existing smart home systems, including Alexa and Google Home.
In addition to being completely controllable from your phone, the system provides protection against all known threats, with intelligent sensors designed to minimize false alarms. Users are given a choice of protection levels to give them control, including a key holder option.
Border systems use the same end-to-end data encryption as Internet banking applications, with over-the-air security updates guaranteeing maximum protection.
Boundary is at the forefront of the duo that disrupted the payment markets with successful FinTech business IPOS. IPOS was sold to iZettle, later acquired by Paypal.
After identifying a gap in the market for a smart home security system that offers flexibility and connectivity at a reasonable price, Robin Knox and Paul Walton began exploring how technology could disrupt the market for traditional wired burglar alarms.
Despite suffering setbacks as a result of the pandemic, the team at Boundary managed a financing round of 1.7 million pounds in 2020 and launch their product to the market in 2021.
Knox, CEO of Boundary, said: “2020 has been a year full of challenges, not least in launching a highly regulated consumer consumer product in the midst of pandemic challenges.
“I am grateful to our customers, teams, investors and suppliers for their hard work and support to Boundary. With home improvement still at the top of many people’s priorities, we are optimistic for 2021 and are already looking forward to the launch of our second product to come. to use AI to proactively protect homes. ”
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