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RISCO Group has launched RISCO Smart Home – what the security manufacturer calls its first complete connected home security solution.

The aim; to provide end-users with a security system with home automation; combining video monitoring, energy management, smart access and control of lighting. Managed from the intuitive iRISCO smartphone app, the product can be integrated as an add-on to all RISCO systems via the Microsoft Azure powered RISCO Cloud, with no extra training necessary, the firm says. It and can be installed with any choice of panel, allowing installers to provide upgrades for new and existing customers.

Steve Riley, Commercial Director at RISCO UK says: “With the penetration of smart home systems set to reach 3 per cent of global households by 2018 and 7pc by 2025 [according to market research firm IHS Markit], now is the ideal time for installers to make sure they are offering the best smart home system to their customers.

“RISCO has long been at the forefront of the IoT movement within the security market, and we’re confident that the launch of RISCO Smart Home offers huge revenue generating potential for installers across the UK.”

The launch follows research by RISCO which identified that more than one in two home owners with an alarm were interested in installing an alarm system that could control other household systems.

Steve Riley adds: “The RISCO Smart Home is the ultimate opportunity for installers looking to boost their business potential with a cutting edge and conveniently all-inclusive professional connected home solution.”

Installers will be able to take a look at the product at the company’s RISCO Roadshow 2017, which starts on Wednesday, April 5, in Lymm, Cheshire, and tours the UK until May 11. More on the event, which will also preview RISCO’s ProSYS Plus Grade 3 panel, can be found at riscogroup.eventbrite.co.uk.

Visit www.riscogroup.com/uk or call 0161 655 5500.


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