Ajax Systems, founded in 2001, is a leading provider of home security products. With over 250 employees, the company produces up to 108,000 devices a month. By 2020, it will produce two hundred thousand devices a month. Approximately half of these employees work in production. When a detector receives an alarm signal, a central hub turns on sirens, notifying the user. The seat also reacts to power outages, radio jamming attempts, and loss of Internet connection.
SmartDetect software algorithm
The Ajax system’s innovative technology combines reliable hardware and intelligent software to provide the ultimate home security. The company’s detectors use the Jeweller two-way radio protocol, allowing the devices to operate up to 2000 meters from the central panel. The protocol is encrypted and jamming-resistant. Additionally, Ajax detectors feature false alarm-preventing algorithms. That enables them to detect intrusions from multiple angles, reducing false alarm rates.
Ajax systems partner with security companies and installers to reach their customers. The company strives to create brand awareness by integrating security into the daily lives of its audience. The company understands the security needs of B2B and B2C clients and is aware of the educational challenges of each. Ajax’s products are available in more than 500 countries. They also partner with security companies and distributors.
IR beaming works on a simple principle: the transmitter and receiver are placed at a distance from each other. However, some systems use two separate parts. It causes a blind spot that makes them ineffective against intruders.
Ajax Systems Smart Detect software algorithm analyzes the infrared sensor’s waveform and compares it with values specific to human movement. Because of the low heat point of animals, the signals from these devices enter the lower region of the Fresnel lens, where they emit less radiation. Hence, the motion detector doesn’t give an alarm when the animal is present.
Four groups of contacts to detect water
Ajax systems use a four-group design to detect water. The detector’s four groups of contacts are connected by wires and a microcontroller that regulates the voltage. The temperature sensor is a secondary function. The temperature of the water can be inaccurate by two degrees Celsius – and the detection accuracy could be even worse. It is why the Ajax system uses four groups of contacts to detect water.
The system transmits the alerts to the hub via Jeweller, a two-way radio protocol that enables the detector to be installed up to 2,000 meters from the water source. The alarm is delivered within 0.15 seconds, depending on the distance between the sensor and the start of the leak. The device uses a pre-installed battery that lasts up to seven years without replacement. The data transmitted via Jeweller is encrypted to prevent tampering. The Ajax system also supports Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and 2G/3G/4G SIM-card slots. Several communication channels work in parallel to ensure the highest security.
The Firmware group at Ajax systems maintains and updates all its products using the most sophisticated operating system. These updates are made automatically and without inconvenience for the customers, installers, and security professionals. Firmware updates can be downloaded to external flash memory or be carried out in the background without interruption. Ajax’s proprietary Secure Shell technology provides the highest level of security and data transmission, and the company’s software is up-to-date through regular updates.
Ajax Systems announces the release of OS Malevich 2.9, bringing significant changes to the product. The update will improve the system’s stability, optimize performance, and expand its capability list. Ajax Hubs will automatically update their firmware when you disarm your system. The file is small, only a few megabytes, and downloading and installing the new firmware takes under a minute.
Ajax Systems, founded by Konotop in 2011, has an innovative route-to-market strategy. Its proprietary security system includes a control panel OS and detectors, a cloud server, and a mobile app. The company aims to make security part of people’s daily routine and integrate it with everyday life. With this model, the company can attract new customers and expand its product line while navigating the different educational requirements of B2-B and B2C clients.
Ajax’s product line includes 27 wireless devices, which automate tasks in the home and maintain communication with the security company. These devices include door sensors, motion detectors, and home automation. The company also offers alarms, touch keyboards, smart sockets, and relays for electrical appliances.
While Ajax is known for making reliable alarm systems, it is difficult to say whether these products are reliable enough for residential use. Users of their designs have cited their ease of use, reliability, and security. The company’s systems have passed the EN50131-1:2006 standard and five accredited laboratories. Users of its systems can enjoy peace of mind, knowing their property is protected from break-ins, intrusions, and other problems.
Ajax security systems are based on a proprietary real-time operating system called OS Malevich. This OS is resilient to cyber-attacks and viruses, enabling them to function even in blackouts. The company offers multiple communication channels, including mobile, cellular, and cloud-based software, and Accounts are protected by session control. The company earned Grade II from five independent laboratories. Its reputation for reliability has led it to grow to 1150 alarm response companies and thousands of customers worldwide.