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DICE Corporation announces launch of Matrix Integrator

February 18, 2021  By  SP&T Staff

The New DICE Corporation has announced the launch of Matrix Integrator, a cloud-based video event monitoring, surveillance, and alarm notification suite. Integrators will be able to provide end users with automatic and managed interactive video monitoring services while controlling their business operations at the same time, according to a company statement.

“In the past, DICE has been perceived solely as an automation software company for monitoring stations,” explained Avi Lupo, DICE Corporation co-president, in a prepared statement. “However, the security industry has evolved from just a basic alarm panel and a central station providing simple alarm services. With the New DICE’s Matrix Integrator and our new technologies, we are offering integration companies, and the industry as a whole, a new way of doing business.”

Matrix Integrator offers services such as video verification, remote guarding, virtual guard tours, business management and virtual doorman – all using advanced video analytics, artificial intelligence, and cloud recording of events. This includes object detection and human behaviour analysis with real-time notification. 

According to a statement, Matrix Integrator provides additional revenue (RMR) every month. Using DICE’s hybrid technology, integrators can bridge to a professional central monitoring station of their choice at any time.


Many event applications can go directly to an end user’s cell phone and/or to cloud video recording. Integration companies can also choose to bridge to a professional monitoring station of their choice to monitor accounts at night, weekends, or 24/7.

“Central stations are not required but it is an option. Some services are managed and require operators to handle them, while others are automatic and can be provided without staff,” added Lupo. “So central stations are providing managed services for the integrator, but the technology and control is in the hands of the integration company.”

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