SecuRemote Presents the Next Evolution of Access Control and Home Automation at ISC West 2014

Delphian Systems' advanced platform simplifies the connected home through one module, one easy-to-use app, and one online management tool

BUFFALO GROVE, Ill., April 3, 2014 -- An estimated 50 million homes and buildings will be connected by 2018 according to research firm ON World. However, for this growth to happen, manufacturers need to deliver smarter products that fit both their customer's lifestyles and increasing dependency on smart mobile devices.

Delphian Systems ( will present the SecuRemote® technology platform at ISC West in Las Vegas as the next evolution in access control and home automation. To spur market growth and user acceptance, the advanced platform replaces disparate and patchwork technologies and works directly with major mobile operating systems.

SecuRemote allows manufacturers to regain control of their product roadmap

There is complexity with today's existing wireless technologies, including competing hardware vendors, integrators, and service providers that come between device manufacturers and their customers. "With the SecuRemote platform, manufacturers gain greater control of how products are developed, differentiated, personalized, and used by their customers," says Peter Sopkovich, Director of Business Development and Strategic Alliances. "It is the only integrated platform that encompasses all hardware, software, and web tools so that manufacturers realize faster, more efficient, and cost effective product development."

The platform is built on a foundation that uses standard open technology, and embedded with unique software to allow hundreds of devices to connect and communicate over long distances. With full FCC and IC certification, SecuRemote helps manufacturers bypass regulatory requirements to further simplify the development process.

The Competitive Advantage of Control

Today, interoperability between mobile devices and home and office products is achieved using wireless technologies that have not been adopted by smartphone OEMs. The integration has been fragmented, complex, and costly, impeding wider user acceptance and market growth.

The SecuRemote technology platform utilizes the strength of the smart phone and mobile devices. SecuRemote brings a complete end to end solution to OEM manufacturers for making their products smart, globally connected, and capable of working directly with smart mobile devices.

Delphian Systems provides wireless and engineering experience to its OEM partners allowing them to deliver a seamless connected home experience to their customers with the personalization their customer's demand.

At ISC West

Delphian Systems is holding an invitation-only event on Thursday, April 3rd between 5 and 7 PM, showcasing the SecuRemote platform and its key benefits and advantages for manufacturers. To RSVP for this event, email Peter Sopkovich at

For further information, please contact:
Peter Sopkovich, Director of Business Development and Strategic Alliances
Delphian Systems
Telephone: (847) 305-8076

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