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This is why smart home kit vendors offering self monitoring have the potential to grow more quickly by addressing the needs of non traditional security customers. These customers are increasingly interested in home control and potentially security but not in professional monitoring fees. — Contributed by Tom Kerber, Director, IoT Strategy, Parks AssociatesAs Managing Editor, Karyn Hodgson writes exclusive cover stories, such as SDM’s State of the Market series, as well as other feature length articles and case studies. She manages SDM’s Monitoring Today supplement, an annual supplement devoted to central stations and the business of monitoring. She also manages SDM’s Dealer of the Year and Systems Integrator of the Year Award programs. Systems integration is one of Karyn’s “beats”; she manages Today’s Systems Integrator e newsletter from SDM.
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TThe smart home environment 100 may include one or more intelligent, multi sensing, network connected thermostats 102 hereinafter referred to as “smart thermostats 102”, one or more intelligent, network connected, multi sensing hazard detection units 104 hereinafter referred to as “smart hazard detectors 104”, one or more intelligent, multi sensing, network connected entryway interface devices 106 and 120 hereinafter referred to as “smart doorbells 106” and “smart door locks 120”, and one or more intelligent, multi sensing, network connected alarm systems 122 hereinafter referred to as “smart alarm systems 122”.