13 Things You Didn’t Know About AES IntelliNet

Christopher Moye
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When it comes to security products and delivery, it makes a lot of sense to do your homework before opting in. It starts with knowing your own needs, or that of your business, and ends with knowing the capabilities of the system of choice and its delivery method. We have spent a lot of time talking about our delivery method of choice, AES-IntelliNet, because we know the difference it makes in your service, and ultimately your safety. That is something we take very seriously here at Guardian Security, so we hope you’ll forgive us for shouting from the rooftops.

Some Quick Facts About AES Technologies

AES technology was originally developed for rigorous military installations requiring unparalleled reliability over all kinds of terrain and under all weather conditions.

The IntelliNet system includes smart subscriber units which act as a receiver, repeater, and transmitter. This allows individual subscribers to act as relays to the central receiver creating multiple redundancies.

  1. The network automatically and dynamically adapts to changes in the network caused by weather, obstructions, and the addition or subtraction of transceivers in the network.
  2. Data always chooses the fasted most reliable route.
  3. Radio mesh networks are infinitely scalable.
  4. AES wireless mesh technology offers best-in-class protection against catastrophic fire and intrusion events.
  5. It offers the fastest transmission speeds and response times, transmitting critical event signals in just 1 to 3 seconds. This is a critical difference when internet transmission can take 3-to 5 seconds and telephone and cellular technologies can take up to 45 seconds. (Consider that a fire can double in size and intensity every 30 seconds to weigh the true value of transmission speed.)
  6. The technology is applicable to commercial, residential and government markets.
  7. AES technology offers two-way communication to assure that each signal is acknowledged.
  8. Is not impacted by severe weather events. In 2016 the Eastern US was pounded by severe storms from January 22-24, creating blizzard conditions in many states and triggering a state of emergency. While many other communication systems were down, AES-IntelliNet kept customers protected.
  9. Telephone lines (widely used to link alarm systems to the central station) are highly susceptible to problems caused by weather, accidents, equipment failures, and natural disasters.
  10. The network is dedicated to alarm communication.
  11. The technology will never sunset or have the need to change out obsolete cellular technologies.

About Guardian Security

Guardian Security is proud to have the largest wireless mesh network in Washington. We feel it is our responsibility to provide the latest, and most reliable technologies available as the leading system integrator. We believe that our customers deserve our best, 100% of the time. For more information about AES wireless mesh technology, please call Guardian Security today.