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Fast alarm handling

Alarm Front Monitoring is designed to improve response time and accuracy of alarm monitoring.

Control objects with immediate response

Alarm Front Monitoring combines passive monitoring with active response, allowing sending commands to manage secured objects.

Track object availability

Alarm Front Monitoring offers multiple options to control the availability of remote objects:
- Send SMS messages and track response
- Dial up and hang up
- Monitoring check-ins from secured objects

The system enables controlling object availability with multiple SIM cards.

Scheduling availability tracking

Flexible schedules are available to set up remove object availability monitoring. The schedule allows enabling or disabling control during given periods of time such as on weekends and holidays

Track object availability

Web & Mobile app

Alarm Front Monitoring includes a built-in secure Web server allowing to monitor and control objects anywhere.

AlarmFront app is developed to be used by clients of your company and has following functions:
  • Display information about your company (address, phones, logo).
  • Informing client about balance and debt.
  • Receive alarm notifications from Alarm Front Monitoring.
  • Panic button. Operator will see client's location on the map.
  • Ability to send reports about technical problems. Call a technician.
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Fast Response app is developed to be used fast response teams of your company and has following functions:
  • Receive alarm calls from operator of Alarm Front Monitoring
  • Accept the arriving fast response team to the object.
  • Get all required information to fast response team including object address and state, alarm details, owner contacts, object photo and location on iterative map.
  • Receive reports from fast response team about the reason alarm.
  • Track position of the fast response teams using GPS to display them to operator on the map.
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Integration with maps

View static and mobile objects on maps.

View alerts and objects on the map.

Alarm Front Monitoring aims to display static objects, object groups and alarms on the map.
The system supports Google Maps, OpenStreetMap, Yandex.Maps and Bing maps.

Locating the objects is possible by using GPS or data provided by the GSM network provider (MCC, MNC, LAC, CID).

When zooming out, Alarm Front Monitoring can combine objects that are close to each other into groups. Once the operator clicks on a group, the map will automatically zoom in to display the area where the objects are located.

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Compatible with all major alarm receivers

Communication channels

Alarm Front Monitoring is able to receive alarms and event notification using multiple communication channels

Multiple GSM Modems

Alarm Front Monitoring supports multiple GSM modems at the same time. Multiple modems can be used to process different types of operations for better performance. For example, the first modem may process voice calls and messages to arm objects, the other modem to disarm them, the third modem to receive alarm calls and other events, and the fourth modem to control availability of remote objects.
The system processes events and alarms sent by secured objects, send commands and dispatch notifications to the clients.

The system supports 2-Way SMS messages, DTMF commands and Voice Calls.

External SMS Gate

Supporting the SMPP protocol, Alarm Front Monitoring is able to receive SMS messages via Internet by using a third-party SMS gateway. This does not require using a GSM modem, and works faster compared to stand-alone solutions.

COM port

Alarm Front Monitoring supports RS-232 and RS-485 protocols to communicate with common hardware alarm receivers.


Alarm Front Monitoring can receive messages from LAN/WAN/VLAN directly without using hardware alarm receivers. This can reduce expenses for phone calls and messages.

Email and HTTP

Alarm Front Monitoring can monitor email messages by utilizing the SMTP protocol to receive alarms and event notifications.
With its built-in Web server, the system also can receive messages via HTTP/HTTPS.

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