Here are some simplified designs of the Central Hub; responsible for monitoring and controlling all connected devices, and able to identify changes, threats and analyse alarms and alerts.
Topics: product development
In our December newsletter we asked subscribers to vote on our 2 External Warning Device (EWD) designs. To refresh, the EWD is the siren for the outside of your house which will let would-be burglars know your home is protected by Boundary.
They say that every day’s a school day and this couldn’t be more accurate when starting a business, especially if that business is in a field you haven’t come from.
We’ve officially waved goodbye to 2018, a momentous year not just for us at Boundary but for the smart home security market in general. Mobile phones have become magic wands for controlling domestic devices, more people than ever are securing their homes with wireless cameras, and many are answering life’s burning questions by shouting “Alexa!!!”
Topics: Tech News
Scotland. It’s known and loved for many things, from shortbread to whisky to kilts, the list goes on … But in recent years, something else has been courting the limelight – it’s digital startup scene.
Life is full of choices – bus or train, going out or staying in, Eastenders or Coronation Street. Picking a home security alarm is no different: which should you go for – DIY or monitored?
There are many factors to consider and like most things, each has its pros and cons. After all, an option that works for one person may not necessarily work for the next.
So how do you pick which is right for you?
It’s been six months since we officially began our Boundary adventure – and what a six months it has been.
From the initial days spent conducting research, to working with our design and development partners to build the product, our experience as the latest start-up on the block has been synonymous with most other start-ups – rewarding and challenging.