Susumo Azano, the chair of Security Tracking Devices SA CV, understands the importance of protecting data investments, whether personal or business related. According a recent article
on Tech Crunch, sleek security innovations are coming out of small startups all over the world. With access to technology and programming software, businesses everywhere are looking for new and innovative ways to tie together smartphones, GPS technology to protect personal integrity, and hardware to secure their homes, freight, and buildings protections.
"It's amazing how far we've gone in terms of interactive security systems over the past few years," tech expert Susumo Azano says. "Security is becoming increasingly important due to wireless Internet connections, massive data traffic requiring innovators in every industry to combine their brain power to come up with new ways to stay one step ahead of hackers and thieves."
One of the newest systems on the market is Piper, an automated home security system by Canada-based BlackSumac. The project is funded by Indiegogo, an entrepreneurial project funding tool many startups are taking advantage of. According to the article on Tech Crunch, the Piper system is no bigger than an average computer speaker and comes with an array of sensors and other data collection systems. Through smartphones and Web services, Piper owners can customize the security system while they are out of the home.
Piper comes complete with humidity, temperature, and motion sensors. Z-Wave support systems are optional and act as additional eyes and ears for the computer-connected system. If a Piper owner decides to record when a loud sound or a flashlight is lit in their apartment, the device will begin recording and update the user through iOS or Android apps. One of the most innovative aspects of Piper is how versatile it is. According to the article, people can take Piper to work, on vacation, or even a hotel room to monitor the area when they are away. Each environment requires different rules and procedures, an issue easily fixed with Piper-based apps.
The article says that Piper is not a replacement for home-wide security systems that track window entry or lawn motion detection. Instead, tech-savvy individuals are finding Piper intriguing because of its tech tie-in.
"This is just one of many innovations to come out of the recent tech craze," entrepreneur Susumo Azano says. "It has its uses for homes and small offices, but other technology is more useful under different circumstances. I don't doubt that, over time, other home security systems will start implementing phone support and extra programmable features."
Piper, like many crowdsource-funded projects, requires support from online backers to become a reality. Sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo are known for their innovative inventions. Backers front money based on certain incentive levels; one project, for example, may provide limited addition services or products, while higher-level donors could receive free products.
"It's great to see security technologies make the mobile leap," business owner Susumo Azano says."
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