As part of its demonstration at ISC East 2021, Snap One announced that it will spotlight several new security solutions including updated additions to the Clare Controls ecosystem and the newly refreshed OvrC remote monitoring platform.
“Snap One and Clare Controls design security solutions with our Partners’ success in mind,” said Clint Choate, Snap One security market director. “We look forward to meeting with security pros in person to demonstrate our latest security, surveillance, control and remote monitoring solutions.”
Snap One added its continual investments and upgrades to the OvrC platform is to provide immense value and help business owners grow their businesses without overtaxing workforce or ongoing service capabilities.
According to the company, the latest OvrC update brings improved notification accuracy, more actionable information, and better, faster UI navigation.
By leveraging the power and intelligence of the OvrC cloud, the notification engine can better detect disconnected devices, resulting in an 80% reduction in email alerts to partners.
To enhance visibility into device issues and expedite action, the OvrC UI now groups events by device, allowing users to immediately gauge customer impact and issue duration.
ClareOne Wireless Security & Smart Home Panel
Another recent addition is the ClareOne Wireless Security and Smart Home Panel, which Snap One describes as a professionally installed controller that unifies full-featured home automation and security monitoring in a single touch screen panel.
The platform offers a simple integrated solution that allows partners to leverage Clare’s FusionPro platform to manage user data and test customer systems with the click of a button, according to a statement by Snap One.
Additionally, the company said that the ClareOne will elevate smart home control with hundreds of custom drivers to integrate with popular smart home products on the market. It will also integrate with Control4 automation, enabling the system to scale up to advanced home automation features and full media integration.
Highlighting the maximum installation flexibility feature, Snap One announced its ClareVision line of surveillance cameras and NVRs can be used as a standalone system or integrated with a ClareOne or Control 4 system.
According to the company, the line’s two app-controlled, ETL-listed series of cameras are both NDAA and Onvif compliant. Starting below $100, ClareVision enables Snap One partners to compete in the value-priced security segment with DIY-like simplicity.
Snap One will be showcasing its array of security solutions at Stand 818.