Intrusion Detection Systems by Sonitrol

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Sonitrol New England’s verified audio intrusion detection system is one of the most powerful tools you can add to your security arsenal – and it’s unique in the marketplace.

Unlike conventional alarms, Sonitrol’s verified alarms are sound-based – not motion-based – so when an alarm is triggered, our monitoring professionals can actually listen-in to determine whether a break-in is in progress, or whether a false alarm has occurred. If it is a break-in in-progress, we immediately dispatch police and relay real-time information to the responding officers. If it is determined to be a false alarm, we simply reset the system without bothering you or the police.

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Unlike a traditional burglar alarm with motion sensors that only detect what is right in front of them, Sonitrol New England’s intrusion prevention audio sensor technology provides complete wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling coverage.

For retail businesses we can add hold-up alert capabilities that automatically activate a live audio feed in the event of a robbery during business hours.

 

Proven Results

Because of our ability to verify alarms, Sonitrol has the highest apprehension rate and the lowest false alarm rate in the industry.

Benefits of a Sonitrol verified audio intrusion detection system include:

  • Better protection
  • Early detection
  • Alarm verification
  • More comprehensive coverage across your facility than motion detectors
  • Ability to identify intruders who enter the building unconventionally, unlike perimeter protection systems
  • Critical information for responding law enforcement
  • Higher apprehension rate than conventional security systems
  • Our Commitment to Service

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Partnership for Priority Verified Alarm Response

Sonitrol New England is a founding member and proud supporter of  the Partnership for Priority Verified Alarm Response (PPVAR) and the use of audio and video verification technologies to reduce false alarms and increase apprehension rates for our customers.