Rhombus Mask Detection is an efficient way to help organizations reopen safely and maintain safe environments at scale. With intelligent security cameras, a highly optimized AI neural network, and computing on the edge, Rhombus Mask Detection will automatically identify if individuals are wearing face coverings and issue real-time video alerts when they are not detected.
When we talk to anyone with a European presence, GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is often one of their first questions. At Rhombus Systems, we have put all of the controls and safeguards in place to ensure that your company can use security cameras with confidence. Given our experiences helping customers with GDPR, we want to share what we’ve learned as part of this process.
CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) and BIPA (Biometric Information Privacy Act) are two recent laws (BIPA actually goes back to 2008) that put restrictions on what type of consumer information a company can collect. In this article, we’ll give some background on each law, how to be compliant, and then discuss how they relate to companies that want to use security cameras at their office locations within California or Illinois.
As some of you may know, we provide simple and powerful cloud-managed security cameras, and while our specialty is providing modern video security, we still encounter many customers who look to use our solution for a variety of other reasons. Particularly, time-lapses.