What are the existing home alarm systems?
Existing home alarm systems can be divided into two types: networked and single-family. The networking type is a community-based burglar alarm center with the community as the center. The security and management of the community is handled by a special property department, and the owner reduces worries. This is the business focus that major businesses strive for, because it has a large coverage, many users, and is easy to promote. It is mainly used in new communities and the user concept is easy to accept. The single-family type is when the entire community does not form a unified opinion on anti-theft alarm. Some users are willing to install, and some users are unwilling to install. Then for users who want to install the anti-theft alarm system, a single-family structure can be adopted. There are many problems in the reconstruction of old communities. Networked systems need to be rewired and reinstalled, and single-family units are required for transition. Therefore, the single-family system also has a considerable market share, which mainly depends on the individual users' own qualities and economic capabilities.