BT Redcare has announced that it has passed three rigorous third-party certifications, validating validate the company’s commitment to high standards and the quality of its portfolio. Installers and customers can rest assured that the solutions offered are reliable.
The qualifications are:
- World-renowned European Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB) for our Essential IP product. Completing the portfolio of products with LPCB certification.
- BSI Kitemark certifications* for our IoT devices and for our Secure Digital Applications for the Redcare app and portal.
- Secured Connected Device (SCD) accreditation* for our Monitored Alarm Signalling.
Nick Whiting, Head of BT Redcare, part of BT’s Enterprise business, said: “We’re proud to be leading from the front with third-party certifications. It’s vital that the industry takes all the steps necessary to protect people, premises, and possessions, and the three certifications give installers the confidence to reassure customers that solutions will perform in emergencies. BT Redcare means business and we are taking installers into the fast lane by providing a Next Generation portfolio that has the highest third-party certification, boosting their reputation and their bottom line.”
Michelle Kradolfer, Secured by Design Internet of Things (IoT) Technical Officer, said: “I am absolutely delighted that BT Redcare has achieved the Secure Connected Device accreditation for its Monitored Alarm Signalling Systems, the first of its kind to achieve this accreditation.
“With the rise in IoT and smart devices being sold in the UK market, it is essential for companies to play their part in ensuring IoT products are built securely to protect their consumers. BT Redcare has demonstrated that its products have undergone and achieved the appropriate IoT standards and certifications.
“Obtaining the Secure Connected Device accreditation builds confidence and trust in BT Redcare’s products. We hope that other companies within the industry and beyond, will take note of this achievement and follow in its footsteps in producing safe IoT products for the UK market.”
Paul Dillon, Head of the Security team at BRE added: “BRE is delighted to have tested and certified the Essential IP supervised premises transceiver, adding to BT’s portfolio of LPCB certified Next Generation range of signalling devices.”
Carlos Perez, Global Digital and Connected Product Certification Director at BSI, said: “Achieving the BSI Internet of Things Kitemark is the ultimate mark of quality, safety and trust for connected devices, apps and portals and provides reassurance that BT Redcare products are safe, secure, and reliable to reach the global markets.”
As well as being certified, our Next Generation alarm signalling portfolio is ECHO-ready, comes with a 10-year product guarantee and is manufactured from recyclable plastic.