Cupertino, CA. Qolsys Inc. announced today that it has received ETL certification for the IQ Panel, IQ Door/Window sensor, IQ Motion, and IQ Smart Socket.
The Intertek ETL Listed Alarm System Certification program works to maintain the highest level of alarm system reliability and ensure that products used for security and life safety comply with all federal, national and local standards and codes in both the United States and Canada.Continue reading
The Lynx from Innovative Security Design took the top honor at the Security Industry Associations 2013 New Product Showcase (NPS), winning the coveted Best New Product Award at ISC West on Wednesday.Continue reading
Say “Hello” to Qolsys (Quality of Life Systems) Inc., a new company aiming to redefine the “all-in-one” connected home control platform market at ISC West with the launch of a groundbreaking seven-inch touchscreen platform —all built around the principle that yesterday’s self-contained panels simply aren’t meeting consumer expectations.Continue reading
Silicon Valley based company launched at ISC West 2013 in Las Vegas
LAS VEGAS, NV – Qolsys Inc. (http://qolsys.com/ ) redefined the “all-in-one” market today with its groundbreaking 7-inch platform. Qolsys (Quality of Life Systems) formally launched at the Security Industry Association’s (SIA) New Product Showcase preceding ISC West. Headquartered in Cupertino, CA, the heart of Silicon Valley, Qolsys delivers the industry’s most advanced, connected home control platform supporting life safety, residential security, home control, energy management and more. Partnered with best-in-class technology providers, including Foxconn Technology Group, and Alarm.com, the Qolsys IQ Solution transforms yesterday’s “self-contained” into today’s “all-in-one”. To see the IQ Panel in action, click here.Continue reading
What is your background? How did you get into the Security Industry?
Prior to starting Qolsys I was at eBay for 10 years. I spent a lot of time following consumer trends, including online and the fast growing mobile segment. Not exactly a security industry veteran; however, as customers and casual industry observers growing up in Silicon Valley, we noticed an opportunity to raise the bar in the residential security space. As outsiders we had no preconceived notions of what a security panel should look or act like, except that end users were ready for something more, similar to their smartphones and tablets. By leveraging these consumer trends and re-architecting the typical security state machine into an open compute platform we are able to bring to market an intuitive, attractive and robust solution that looks and acts more like a consumer friendly tablet but designed specifically for the security industry and the growing home control market.Continue reading
Silicon valley startup lands 26-year security executive
(March 15th, 2013 11:11am PST) Cupertino, CA. Qolsys announces the hiring of veteran home security executive Ken Parker as Vice President of Sales. Parker brings a distinctive combination of extensive sales experience, account management and industry relationships in the home security and home control markets to his role at Qolsys.Continue reading
The Qolsys IQ Panel is described on the Z-Wave Alliance website here
I’m on a plane looking out the window at the Salt Lake City airport tarmac and everything looks like Qolsys. It’s been cold for weeks, and the snow that fell just before Christmas has yet to melt away. It gives the world a white-grey look, the same color I’ve been working with our design team to achieve for our new website. The lights guiding us across the path to our runway are a green and blue, a paler version of the exact shades we’ve selected for our company, and I smile as I see the golden hues we chose as accents twinkling in the morning lights of the city beyond. Yes, everything looks like Qolsys.Continue reading