At Rhombus, customer feedback means everything to us. If there’s a feature that you’d like to see, let us know, and we’ll do our best to create it in the most intuitive way possible. The feedback that we get from you helps ensure that your video security system continually gets better and delivers on what you would expect from a modern video security solution. With that said, here are our latest product updates! We hope you enjoy.
On August 13th, 2018, House Resolution 5515, better known as the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act, was signed into law. Since 1961, the primary function of the NDAA, as it is commonly referred to, is to authorize which US military programs will receive funding appropriated by Congress through the budgeting process. This NDAA, though, did more.
Implementing video security for commercial companies can be a taxing process for executives and IT staff. Finding a decent security camera to install is not that difficult to do. You can go to your local Costco and buy a 16-camera set in under an hour. The real difficulty, however, reveals itself when you are looking for a scalable solution, that is future proof, and offers the best possible performance for your organization. The truth of the matter is that many of today’s systems are not at all scalable. Sure - you can add more cameras, DVR/NVRs, servers, hard drives - and have “unlimited” scalability, but who wants to spend the time and resources in managing those separate systems?
We continually work to push the envelope when it comes to state-of-the-art security systems, providing you with better coverage, more reliability, and peace of mind. As mentioned in our R2 announcement, we are moving the majority of our video analysis directly to the R2, providing you with all the benefits that edge computing offers. We are excited to announce that the latest firmware for the R2 includes highly optimized neural networks for robust object detection. With that in mind, we would like to share the benefits of on-camera AI and why the R2 is the future of video security.