At Alarmhandler we were the first company to launch and also coin the term “video alarm” for an alarm system based solely on video cameras to detect and verify alarms. We’re happy to introduce the latest twist on our ground-breaking camera surveillance system, Alarmhandler version 3.3 – learn more below!
Alarmhandler was the first alarm system based on IP cameras – launching back in May 2015 before Nest Cam and the recent Amazon Cloud Cam. With the big brand solutions, you’re getting a walled-garden security system for better and worse. Learn how Alarmhandler differs – and what’s updated in the latest version 3.2 that ships today.
The traditional alarms that sends you a text message is not a perfect security solution. You’re in doubt what’s really happened when you get the SMS. Video camera surveillance is not really a perfect security solution either, because it’s not a cost efficient way to secure doors and windows in large estate and there’s no siren to stress the burglar. However, with the latest version of Alarmhandler, you no longer have to choose. It’s the first app that lets you control both your SMS alarm and camera surveillance. Read on to learn about Alarmhandler 3.1 that launches today.
The problem with most alarms is that it’s cumbersome to operate, so you tend to forget to activate it. Alarmhandler – the innovative video alarm app – is now out in version 3.0 – and automatically controls your cameras from your pocket!
We’re sad Pebble has seized to exist as a company, but the million of users are still out there. So of course, Alarmhandler continues to support Pebble! Alarmhandler for Pebble version 1.1 now also supports the last Pebble model made, the Pebble 2.