Sonis Announces Technology that Eliminates the Need for PIRs and Door Sensors

Dunfermline, Scotland, May 30th, 2022

Dunfermline-based company, Sonis Smart Security Ltd, a pioneer in wireless security systems, has announced it will be using innovative sound signature technology in its soon to be released NoEntry house alarm. The new system is the first significant breakthrough in sensor technology since PIRs and door/window sensors were introduced over 50 years ago – and eliminates the need for both.

When set up and armed, the NoEntry alarm monitors the environment for specific sound signatures matched against its extensive database and if it detects an intruder, it will alert the owners within 300 milliseconds, long before the intruder even enters the house. In the event of a unique door or window,  Sonis has engineered Adaptive Capture Mode which is effectively a simple training mode that the user engages once and then stores forever.

With no need for PIRs, window or door sensors and a 24-hour battery backup, the alarm can be set up to protect homes, conservatories and integral garages within five minutes.

CEO and founder Bill Marr said, “We aim to revolutionise the home security market with our new technology that replaces all PIRs and sensors, requires no specialist set up, no engineers and absolutely no fuss. You simply plug it in and it’s ready.”

The alarm will soon be ready for pre-orders from noentrysystem.com with early buyers receiving a £40 discount on the regular price.

About Sonis

With over 60 years of combined experience in the alarm and security industry, No Entry by Sonis leads the way in protecting people’s homes with world-class products backed up with excellent customer support. After a decade of innovation and technical excellence, Sonis are ready to enter the marketplace with the NoEntry system, a product that is unique in the world of alarm systems.  The NoEntry palm-sized device has been developed entirely by the company. Sonis is passionate about safety, and its new patented technology aims to warn people about intruders before they enter the property.

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