CEDIA advises on smart wiring

Due to today s ever growing reliance on digital and smart appliances, security professionals are facing greater pressure to install complex cabling infrastructures needed to support smart home technology. Simon Buddle, Education Director at CEDIA EMEA, highlights the importance of installing an efficient and secure residential cabling system. He explains how professionals can provide clients with the right cabling requirements for the modern home of today and tomorrow.

Wiring in the evolving smart home Technology is increasingly infiltrating the home. With virtually all household technologies part of the home network, a simple phone line and TV antenna is no longer adequate to support the technology that is now available to homeowners. As a result, many require comprehensive wiring infrastructures and data network systems that are suitable for the modern smart home. In order to prevent opportunists from doing it themselves , it s crucial for security professionals to offer a a service that benefits homeowners. A correctly wired infrastructure at the very first stage of building or renovating is fundamental to homeowners who want technology. A common phrase heard among the home technology industry is the most expensive cable you have to install is the one that did not get installed in the first place . The basis of a smart home is the infrastructure, the cables. Not all properties require technology at this stage. But it is crucial for the correct wiring to be in place so that it is ready for the future.

A wired infrastructure can set up the home for future applications, whilst still preserving the d cor of the home and adding value. The rise of smart wiring presents a great opportunity for security professionals. The home technology sector presents a lucrative opportunity for these professionals to expand their reach and create new business. By offering a more complete service for the home, including specialist services, such as fitting reliable cabling infrastructure, security professionals can guarantee their businesses will be more resilient. It could help them through tough times as they pick up more work from new and existing customers. CEDIA s smart wiring education To make sure security professionals are up-to-date with the latest skills and knowledge, CEDIA has best practice advice for wiring smart homes. CEDIA has a number of courses for those who want to extend their cabling knowledge. One of their most popular education programmes is its one day Smart Home Wiring course. Attendees learn how to plan and install a wireless infrastructure that can withstand and integrate a range of modern technological demands.

Based on the Smart Home Infrastructure Recommended Guidelines , it promises to leave attendees with a clear understanding of how a modern home should be cabled for new technologies, and future flexibility. CEDIA s the Smart Home Infrastructure Recommended Guidelines is perfect for security professionals looking to move into the home technology market or gain a wider understanding of the subject. The document aims to help security professionals understand the comprehensive cabling infrastructure required for the modern home. It sets out a plan for a far more integrated and modern approach to wiring homes. CEDIA at IFSEC CEDIA is hosting a number of training sessions at IFSEC International 2017. The 90 minute training sessions will take place in South Gallery Suite 8 at ExCeL on 20 th and 21 st of June: 20th June: Introduction To Smart Home Technology IP Networking for the Smarthome WiFi Tips & Tricks For The Modern Home Intro to Audio, Video & Home Entertainment 21st June: Introduction To Smart Home Technology Building A Business In The Smart Home Marketplace Panel Discussion Lighting Control For The Secure Home Wiring Infrastructure For The Modern Home For more information on what advice, courses and literature CEDIA can offer security professionals, please visit Be smart come to IFSEC International 2017 The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming an ever important element of various technology solutions for the smart home. The ability to connect, communicate with, and remotely manage a vast number of networked, automated devices via the internet is now inescapable.

This June, the latest smart products are on hand to test and trial throughout the exhibition as well as a dedicated smart seminar theatre, and training sessions on the show floor.

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Security officers protect people and property in a wide variety of environments factories and warehouses, offices, shopping centres,hospitals, airports, concert and sports venues.

The growing responsibilities of these personnel, and their increasing public interface, intensified calls for government regulation of the sector which have been wholeheartedly supported by the BSIA. This culminated in the introduction of the Private Security Industry Act 2001, which in turn has led to licensing of security officers by the Security Industry Authority. Security guarding has tended to be viewed as a grudge purchase , with many customers looking to purchase at the lowest cost and not necessarily considering how this will affect the calibre and retention of personnel, working conditions and a security company s ability to provide a consistent quality of service.

The BSIA promotes best value over low cost , stressing the importance of satisfactory pay levels and suitable training, as well as the benefits of recruiting and retaining quality personnel. It promotes the work of the modern-day professional security officer, for example through its Annual Security Officer Awards, and also highlights the many career development opportunities that are now available. Another key issue which the section is addressing is the growing interface between security guarding and technology, and how this can be managed for maximum effectiveness.

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The 5 most-read articles of 2016 aimed at installers and integrators of security and fire systems

The 5 Most-read Articles Of 2016 Aimed At Installers And Integrators Of Security And Fire Systems

Below are the news stories, features and how-to guides aimed at installers and integrators of fire and security products that top our most-read rankings for 2016. With the Home Automation House debuting at IFSEC this year and the connected home dominating CES 2016, IFSEC Global expanded considerably its coverage of this topic this year. The presence in our top five of three stories on home automation, an increasingly popular alternative revenue stream for installers of commercial security installations, suggests this was wise.

Number four on the list in particular shows just how strong the appetite is among installers for diversifying into this field. Elsewhere in the top five is a debate about the role of the installer. This also very much reflects the zeitgeist with the rise of the internet of things, end-to-end solutions and remote maintenance, as well as he ongoing migration to IP driving fundamental changes in the nature of security installation and maintenance today.

5. Debate: installer or engineer? how the security installer s role is changing We asked a number of security professionals for their views on the changing nature of security installations and the implications for how the trade defines itself. Two self-described engineers (as opposed to installers), a former SSAIB inspector and the MD of CSL DualCom also considered how the modern installer/engineer (delete as preferred) needs to adapt to an increasingly IT-driven industry. Shared 136 times on LinkedIn (at the time of writing) it was very much a debate that readers wanted their peers to see too.


92% of security installers/integrators see home automation as a future revenue generator An overwhelming majority of security installers and integrators told IFSEC Global that they saw home automation as a potential growth area. A survey of hundreds of your peers suggested that the smart home was seen as a prime opportunity for diversification. Insights like this really vindicated the inclusion for the first time of a Home Automation House at IFSEC International (check out the interview below with Merit LILIN in said mock smart home). We also polled installers on which home automation technologies they would be particularly interested in/actively selling and installing. embedded content 3.

Recruitment crisis in fire and security: there s no new faces entering the industry It s arguably the most pressing problem in the fire and security sector and one that afflicts UK engineering as a whole. The Fire Industry Association (FIA) penned this piece highlighting the dearth of qualified engineers, including comments from Brett Ennals, a recruitment consultant for Cento, which specialises in fire and security recruitment. Echoing concerns expressed by many owners of installation firms at the SSAIB/BT Redcare Installer Forum in May, Ennals said: A lot of people have disappeared from the fire industry or they ve retired, and there s been no new blood, no new faces coming into the industry.

2. Loxone smart home Q&A: controlling lights with your phone isn t smart In September we interviewed Loxone s UK managing director, Philipp Schuster, about barriers to mass adoption, the growth curve in various countries and the benefits and challenges of entering the market for commercial security installers. It was a fascinating interview that also touched on the very definition of smart, which Philipp felt was overused and should be defined more narrowly than simply being able to operate lights from your smartphone. Founded in Austria in 2009, Loxone sells smart home systems to homeowners and housing developers predominantly across mainland Europe, though it also has a presence in the US.

1. Smart-home innovations on show at CES 2016 The enormous global appeal of CES, the consumer electronics show, no doubt propelled this article to the top of the pile. It s also certain based on our research that the IFSEC Global audience is hungry for information on the latest innovations and trends anything to get an edge on the competition. Among the products on show at CES 2016 was Samsung s intelligent Family Hub refrigerator, a spherical, rolling camera (see image below) and a wireless smart home solution from Tyco. Watch out for an even greater volume of coverage for CES 2017. We also have big plans for covering the growing commercial opportunities in the borders security and critical national infrastructure markets as IFSEC International gears up to launch Borders & Infrastructure for its 2017 edition.

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Established in 1993 and operating nationally, commercial and service strength supported with organic and acquisition growth has seen Kingdom become one of the largest privately owned companies in the UK within our areas of service expertise. Commercially strong we have a strategy to continually grow and strengthen by expanding our services and offering a complete support service to our customers. Kingdom has all the power of a national organisation you would expect but we support our service provision from our network of regional support offices.

Being a private company our local people have the experience, entrepreneurial spirit, passion and capability to move faster and stay closer to your business. Our managers have the time to understand, manage and support your contract and work in partnership with their local teams to ensure they are happy and motivated people who bring best practice, innovation and cost savings to the table. We hold all appropriate industry, safety and quality accreditations and we work extremely hard to deliver value and performance in today’s fast-moving world, we don’t stand still so utilise the best technology to provide you with a leaner, smarter and more connected organisation with information at your fingertips.

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A very well presented 3 bedroom end of terrace property which offers the following: * Spacious Entrance hallway with cloakroom/wc * Lounge with patio doors leading out into the garden 15`7″ x 9`5″ * Kitchen/diner with modern fitted units to include an electric oven and gas hob with plumbing for a washing machine17`0″ x 10`10 * Master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and ensuite shower room 9`9″ x 9`4″ * Bedroom two 14`7″ x 7`10″ * Bedroom three 7`11″ x 7`0″ * Modern bathroom with low level suite. The property benefits from gas central heating and upvc double glazing. Outside there is an enclosed garden and rear access into the garage. The landlord is unable to accept tenants in receipt of housing benefits or smokers. A small pet may be considered. Parking for 2 several cars

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We are delighted to have won the contract with Truspart, said Timothy Dean, Managing Director of SPi. This is a fantastic opportunity for us to demonstrate our inovative security solutions and demonstrate our commitment to delivering unparalleled standards of service to our clients.

Martin Taylor MD for Trustpart UK, said: I am delighted that we are entering into a partnership with SPi. Trustpart is committed to delivering excellence in all forms to its Clients and this includes Building Security; SPi have demonstrated their understanding and capability to deliver this ideal throughout the tender process. SPi are showing us that they are committed to delivering consistently high standards of security, and as we enter a journey to deliver change at Trustpart, I am extremely confident that the decision to appoint SPi as our UK security partner was the right one.

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Embarking on a career with the army is more than just wielding firearms, obeying orders or combat training.

By Melainne Chiew

Duty, Honour, Country. The tall strapping man declares that whatever values he believed in at the age of 18, he still believes today, at 33. With his military crew cut and steely demeanour, LTC Chua Jin Kiat looks every inch the part of a hardened solider.

I’ve become older and wiser, but my fundamental belief about having a responsibility to our country remains the same, says LTC Chua. The army is not just about training and going to war. It also has a lot to do with building soldiers and training young men to be responsible adults; better sons, fathers and husbands.

As a young National Service (NS) cadet, the SAF Overseas Scholar used to look up to his Commanding Officers with deep reverence, aspiring to be like them one day. Now that he is a Commanding Officer himself, he has gained a deeper appreciation of the role.

It s not easy because it takes a long time to build a battalion and mould fresh soldiers from scratch, he begins. Every day is spent planning ahead to ensure my men reach operational readiness. More than just training them physically, I aim to shape their beliefs and instil in them the importance of defending our country.

Despite the long and arduous journey, LTC Chua has not a tinge of regret throughout his 14 years with the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF). Reminiscing fondly the very first time his battalion completed a voluntary 30km trek during a brigade exercise, he says, I will never forget my men s resilience and optimism even by the end of the fourth mission. Over the eight days, nobody quit or fell out. We started and finished together.

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Likewise, LTA Hong Ruoyi recalls how she chanced upon a career of a lifetime during a short but fulfilling Basic Military Training (BMT) stint with the SAF.

My guy friends were complaining about NS, so I thought it d be interesting to experience what they had to go through, the curious outdoor-lover shares. BMT turned out to be a great experience because I had many inspiring instructors who made me realise I could make a meaningful difference to people s lives.

With this ideal in mind, LTA Hong enlisted in the army and started training to be a Platoon Commander. The SAF Merit Scholar admits that it was a big leap from executing instructions as an Officer Cadet to planning training programmes as a Platoon Commander, though thankfully, she has had the guidance of fellow officers to fall back on.

Looking back, she cites her most memorable experience as Exercise Spitfire, a 72km march involving signal-related proficiency tests, and readily regales us with the tale of how her team of nine struggled with blisters and abrasions over thirty hours of walking.

With hardly any rest in between, the short meal respite at a temple became the best two-hour rest she s ever had in her life.

In retrospect it s really quite unbelievable, LTA Hong says, her voice growing soft at the memory. I don t know how we managed it, but the experience taught me that success ultimately belongs to the person with the greatest endurance.

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Though she initially found the prospect of only being able to book out of camp on Saturday afternoons off-putting, LTA Hong quickly adapted and found memories to last a lifetime.

Smiling sheepishly, she confesses, It s a little awkward being a female in a male-dominated organisation. Sometimes you feel like a zoo exhibit because everyone notices you, but that has only motivated me to strive to achieve higher standards for myself so I don t let others down.

As the most junior Platoon Commander on the ground, she is keen to value-add to her team and manage well the fifteen servicemen in her direct sphere of influence. Apart from administrative tasks such as planning runs and conducting cohesion activities, LTA Hong is also responsible for overseeing the big picture and charting the development of her platoon.

On a day-to-day basis, it s all about being a friend, superior, and mentor to the young servicemen under my charge, she points out. Together with a technically-competent Platoon 2 IC, we try to ensure they re well-adjusted to military life and having a meaningful time in the army.

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With the duty and responsibilities that LTC Chua and LTA Hong shoulder, it is no wonder the duo have grown and matured rapidly, both in terms of professional skillsets and personality.

I now portray a much more confident image, muses LTA Hong. The opportunity to study overseas and get out of my comfort zone forced me to be independent and take decisive actions, similar to what I have to do now as a Platoon Commander. Also, I ve learnt to inspire confidence in my men by setting myself as a role model.

LTC Chua concurs, adding that he finds it gratifying to help the 650 officers under his charge find their direction in life.

The variety of experiences SAF exposes you to will hone your situational awareness and people management skills. The higher up the ladder you go, the more opportunities you have to shape more lives, he affirms. Working in the SAF thus gives me this unique chance to make a difference, to protect our loved ones and repay our country for what it has given us.

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As scholars and leaders in the SAF, both LTC Chua and LTA Hong are continually groomed for pinnacle appointments and can look forward to a bright and accelerated career path filled with challenging missions, leadership courses, and overseas training opportunities. While LTA Hong is slated this August to go for a 4-month Signal course in the USA, LTC Chua is ready to take on his next portfolio, as Deputy ACGS (Plans).

Smiling, he explains, The Plans Department manages the army s budget. As Deputy ACGS, I will be expected to make the same level of decisions as the Colonel, going through rigorous and thorough analyses to procure new cutting-edge equipment for the army. After all, we re spending taxpayers money and need to be spot-on in the assessment of our military capabilities.

To aspiring SAF scholars, the duo have three words of advice: follow your heart . As LTC Chua puts it, An SAF Scholarship is prestigious, but at the end of the day, you must remember you re committing yourself to a career choice. Beyond the uniform you re essentially serving the country you must be ready to lead, to make a difference, to create a better life for fellow Singaporeans and for the next generation.