February 12, 2020
February 12, 2020
Kisi provides a cloud-based access control platform for companies in the United States and abroad. By using a Kisi Wall Reader, organizations can secure their buildings and give access to employees via a mobile device, Kisi passes/fobs, or existing NFC cards. At Rhombus, we align ourselves with companies that provide innovative products that improve operations and security, and today, we’re excited to announce a new integration that will seamlessly combine Kisi’s cloud-based access control system with Rhombus’ video security platform.
Openpath provides modern access control systems for enterprise. Their innovative solution uses your phone as a beacon to sense when you’re near a door, and with a simple wave or tap, the system automatically unlocks the door for you. Pretty cool, right? At Rhombus, we strive to align ourselves with brands that aim to make the world a better and more productive place. Thankfully, Openpath feels the same way, and today, we’re excited to announce a new integration that will combine Openpath's sophisticated technology with Rhombus AI-powered security cameras.
At Rhombus Systems, we like to think of ourselves as an API-oriented organization. APIs for accessing cameras, APIs for accessing video, APIs for accessing APIs…I think you get the point. This is why defining clear interfaces between systems is hugely advantageous in software development. It leaves no room for ambiguity, removes the need for either side to worry about the other, and makes interactions in the system as simple as possible.
We founded Rhombus Systems based on the idea that the existing hardware used to manage and secure physical infrastructure (office spaces, buildings, etc.) was outdated and lacked the modern software and features that organizations needed. To address this, we set out to tackle one important problem first – to modernize traditional video security...