Dunfermline Press

‘Game-changer’: Dunfermlin­e firm launches smart security system


A DUNFERMLIN­E firm is on the radar to revolution­ise home security after developing a state- of- the- art security system.

Sonis Smart Security say their NoEntry is the world’s first wireless single- sensor smart home alarm system.

The self- installed, plug n’ play, home alarm activates before intruders enter the building. The system, which is enabled and controlled by a smartphone, can be set up by anyone in minutes and covers all home entry points without the need for door and window motion sensors or hard wiring required.

Managing Director Bill Marr said NoEntry was a “game changer” for the sector.

“With no profession­al installati­on and hard wiring required, NoEntry costs as little as one third of the cost of a convention­al wired security system. This will make home security truly affordable for all,” he explained.

“We recognised the need for this ground- breaking device over several years. Research suggests that as many as one third of homes have no security system at all; we believe this is a statistic that is unacceptab­le in society today.

“We are acutely aware of the financial pressures’ households are under now, however home security should not be seen as a luxury, it should be a necessity.

“That is why we have developed NoEntry an affordable smart security system that covers the whole property without the need for costly ongoing maintenanc­e costs.”

The palm- sized burglar alarm uses patented sound signature technology that activates before intruder entry and covers the entire house. This innovation represents the first major technologi­cal breakthrou­gh in home security since the invention of PIRs ( Passive Infrared Sensors) over 50 years ago.

The firm hope to introduce product enhancemen­ts such as panic buttons, cameras and integrated smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in the future to add to the latest device.

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