BeON Home Showcases Preventative Security Solution for Dealers at ESX 2015

BeON Home, provider of intelligent preventative security and home protection, will showcase its professional security and safety system announced in April 2015 for dealers, installers and distributors at Electronic Security Expo (ESX) 2015 in the BeON booth (#834). The BeON Pro home protection system takes a new approach to home security and safety, using intelligent LED bulbs that learn and replicate lighting behaviors to create the illusion of home occupancy and provide safety lighting in emergency and power outage situations.

BeON Pro gives security dealers a new and unique solution that can expand upon their current product lines and an additional layer of preventative security and safety that compliments traditional security panel systems. BeON Pro's software subscription offers dealers an additional set of revenue generating features exclusive to the pro security market, enables remote updates of new security and safety features, and provides a mechanism for dealers to generate additional revenue from this new layer of home security. With a modular design, the BeON system makes upgrading products easy while providing a platform for future revenue.

"We launched BeON Pro for security dealers at ISC West in April and received great response because it's a unique and exciting solution that compliments dealers' offerings and existing sales practices,” said Alexei Erchak, CEO and Founder of BeON Home. “We are excited to continue this momentum and showcase our solution at ESX.”

BeON Home was just announced as the first winner of the brand new Z-Wave Labs global Internet of Things (IoT) developer competition. BeON has announced plans to develop a Z-Wave module for their intelligent preventative security system, which would enable it to integrate with traditional security systems and provide a more seamless experience for owners of existing security and whole home automation systems. As a new member of Z-Wave Alliance, BeON will benefit from its resources in the security space and plans to be the first company to provide a Z-Wave based preventative security system.

Erchak will join ESX Chairman George DeMarco on the OpenXchange Panel as part of the official ESX educational program to discuss the impact that emerging technologies have on the security market and how security ties into the IoT space. The panel takes place on June 24 at 8:30 a.m. in Ballroom I and II.

Attendees at ESX are invited to visit the BeON booth (#834) to see a live demonstration of the BeON Pro system at 4:30 p.m. on June 25. Visitors at the demo will be entered to win a BeON Home Security System, which includes three LED lightbulbs and intelligent BeON modules.

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