iSmartAlarm is a do-it-yourself (DIY) smart home security system controlled with a user’s smartphone. The system and devices are designed and manufactured by iSmart Alarm, Inc, a start-up based in Sunnyvale, California.The system uses a hub connected to a home’s router to allow users control of home security and home automation devices, including multiple wireless devices. Users can arm and disarm their system, and receive a push notifications, phone call, email, and text message if the system is triggered. The iSmartAlarm system is to be used as a self-monitored solution with no monthly fees and no contracts, as opposed to traditional monitored systems such as ADT or Vivint. iSmartAlarm is currently a closed ecosystem, only operating with its own devices. Announcements have been made for

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  • iSmartAlarm is a do-it-yourself (DIY) smart home security system controlled with a user’s smartphone. The system and devices are designed and manufactured by iSmart Alarm, Inc, a start-up based in Sunnyvale, California.The system uses a hub connected to a home’s router to allow users control of home security and home automation devices, including multiple wireless devices. Users can arm and disarm their system, and receive a push notifications, phone call, email, and text message if the system is triggered. The iSmartAlarm system is to be used as a self-monitored solution with no monthly fees and no contracts, as opposed to traditional monitored systems such as ADT or Vivint. iSmartAlarm is currently a closed ecosystem, only operating with its own devices. Announcements have been made for future integrations with Google Thread Group, HomeKit, and Z-Wave device support. On August 10, 2017, iSmart Alarm, Inc. announced the integration with Amazon Alexa. (en)
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  • iSmartAlarm is a do-it-yourself (DIY) smart home security system controlled with a user’s smartphone. The system and devices are designed and manufactured by iSmart Alarm, Inc, a start-up based in Sunnyvale, California.The system uses a hub connected to a home’s router to allow users control of home security and home automation devices, including multiple wireless devices. Users can arm and disarm their system, and receive a push notifications, phone call, email, and text message if the system is triggered. The iSmartAlarm system is to be used as a self-monitored solution with no monthly fees and no contracts, as opposed to traditional monitored systems such as ADT or Vivint. iSmartAlarm is currently a closed ecosystem, only operating with its own devices. Announcements have been made for (en)
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