The name Noonlight might sound familiar to you – back in November, the company partnered up with Axon’s consumer division to offer the TASER Pulse+ device.
Now Noonlight has joined forces with Minut, a company that developed a smart home alarm called Point. With this partnership, Noonlight broadens its area of personal security systems from the individual to the entire home space.
Point works over Wi-Fi and can detect window breaks, smoke alarm signals, motion inside the home, among other things. With the Noonlight integration, it can now send automatic alerts to emergency responders, eliminating the need to call 911.
“Through feedback from Minut’s customers, we’ve discovered that apart from reliability and price, the most important factor when choosing a smart home alarm is the ability to notify others. Customers have directly asked us if we could include emergency response capabilities within the smart home alarm to alert the police and other emergency services.”
Noonlight’s extensive work with emergency response personnel and smart home products made them the perfect choice.”
– Marcus Ljungblad, Head of Customer Insights at Minut
During the emergencies that trigger a response from the alarm, Noonlight automatically contacts dispatchers and allows the first responders to have access to critical information even before they arrive on the scene.
Noonlight has, so far, helped in over 100,000 emergencies and saw 3.2 million sessions just last month alone.
“The smart home space is growing rapidly, with many options for security. We believe the best way to protect your home is enabling the devices in and around it to work together to keep you safe.
We want automatic safety to be ubiquitous, but the home is an especially important starting point. We are proud to support partners who share our passion for safety.”
– Nick Droege, Noonlight Co-founder
This new partnership further strengthens Noonlight’s connected safety platform – the company already has a solid line of integrations such as Minut, Apple Health and Nest, among others, that counts home cameras, smart smoke alarms, carbon monoxide detectors and voice-controlled smart speakers.