Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) April 24, 2013
After a successful launch at CES 2013, iSmart Alarm, Inc (iSmartAlarm.com) has announced the completion of their Indiegogo crowd funding campaign, reaching their goal of $50,000 in under 3 weeks, and ending the campaign on April 1 at over 450% of the goal.
In closing with over $226,000 raised by 1,600 contributors and customers, the iSmartAlarm Home Security System is the 7th most funded technology project in the history of Indiegogo. Manufacturing and assemblage is being completed, and the system is projected to begin shipping at the end of May.
During the campaign, as “Perks” for different levels of contribution, iSmart Alarm, Inc. offered different packages of their home security system, ranging from a dorm or studio to a large house. Contributors could also purchase the devices a la carte as well, and the CubeOne CPU understands and adds them to the network. The system communicates with the user’s smartphone, giving unprecedented access to monitoring, system control, and statistics to increase the safety of home, property, and family.
“The Indiegogo campaign was a great adventure, and we were able to pre-sale to hundreds of families and individuals that are in need of home security but don’t want to pay monthly fees or be locked into contracts. Our goal is to make the iSmartAlarm home security system affordable and available to every family,” said Raymond Meng, Co-Founder and CEO. “We were also able to interact with our customers and fans, evolve our current products to match their needs, and tailor our roadmap to more home automation and smart home devices for the future.”
Now accepting orders on the iSmartAlarm.com eCommerce platform, consumers will be able to purchase packages including motion sensors, door and window sensors, home remote controls and panic alarms, the streaming and pan-tilt iCamera (controllable at any time, from anywhere, from the user's smartphone), as well as individual devices a la carte. As new devices such as home light control, thermostat control, glass breakage sensors, smoke and carbon monoxide sensors and water leak detectors are added, the user’s system will automatically update to include the new devices.
The idea behind the iSmartAlarm system first began when Steve Jobs’ home was broken into in mid-2012 while under construction, and over $60,000 worth of Apple products and personal belongings were stolen. The iSmartAlarm system integrates with the free iPhone App to allow the user to remotely arm, disarm, and monitor their security system from anywhere, at any time.
iSmartAlarm puts a 21st century spin on traditional security systems. The sleek, sophisticated system utilizes the iPhone to put home security and home control in the palm of its users’ hands. The iSmartAlarm home security system is portable, wireless and requires no contracts or monthly fees. In addition to keeping homes protected, iSmartAlarm has embraced the developer community, with an open platform intended to expand the abilities of the system and increase the speed of the evolution of home security.
For more information on iSmartAlarm go to http://ismartalarm.com/
About iSmart Alarm, Inc
iSmart Alarm, Inc. was founded in Silicon Valley in 2012 on the principles of safety, beauty, and intelligence. They designed and developed the best smartphone-enabled home security and home control system. Their products are cool, simple to use, and affordable to everyone. iSmartAlarm protects your home intelligently.