When an incident occurs, sharing video with the proper authorities quickly and effectively makes a world of difference. Sharing footage is an essential feature, yet many of today’s video surveillance systems make this valuable feature challenging to do.
Whether you are a security guard that wants to share video with a manager or a construction company that wants to show a time-lapse of the latest project -- Rhombus enables businesses to receive more value from their investment through easy, straightforward video sharing.
One of the most utilized features included with every Rhombus camera is sharing live video feeds. Users can share a live video feed through the Rhombus Console or Mobile App via URL, email, or text message in just a few clicks.
Live video feeds are configurable to be password protected, expire by a specific time, or enable access to review historical events. Recipients do not need console access, ensuring high system security at all times.
Time-lapse videos are useful for seeing large amounts of footage in a short video clip and come standard with all Rhombus cameras. Regardless of your on-camera storage configuration, a time-lapse video can be created as long as the camera has been online. If a camera has been online for two years, you can create a time-lapse of the last two years and condense all that footage into a one-minute clip.
Time-lapse videos are valuable in construction, but they can also serve a variety of industries. For example, you might be a gym owner that wants to share a time-lapse of a workout class you are promoting or a zoo that wants to share how animals interact -- no matter the scenario, you can always create and share a time-lapse with a few quick steps.
Saving and sharing a video clip within Rhombus is a critical feature that many customers use. Video clips can be up to 1 hour in length and kept in the cloud for up to 2 years. To save a video clip, select the timeframe, and hit save. The video is then stored, configured, and shared through a URL, email, or text message. Recipients can easily watch clips on any computer or mobile device without any special software or a Rhombus account.
With Rhombus, sharing video with anyone at any time is incredibly simple and easy. When you invest in a new video surveillance solution, the system should empower your users, not hinder them. Whether you want proactive alerts or want to integrate video security with other best-in-class tools, Rhombus makes managing your physical security simply better.
Organizations in every industry use video surveillance to make decisions that affect the safety of their facilities, employees, visitors, and more. If you use IP security cameras for live monitoring, it’s especially important that footage has low latency and it is as accurate and up to date as possible. But what is considered ‘good’ or ‘bad’ latency when it comes to video surveillance? How does being in ‘the cloud’ affect it? This post will explore the differences between low latency, ultra-low latency, and real-time streaming. We’ll talk about what you actually need for your video security system, and how you can achieve ultra-low latency and real-time streaming.
Many HIPAA-compliant organizations wonder how video surveillance fits into their security solution. Security cameras help hospitals, pharmacies, clinics, labs, rehab centers, and other healthcare organizations secure their facilities and protect patients and employees. However, it’s crucial to maintain HIPAA compliance to protect Personal Health Information (PHI) while using a video security solution. In this article, you’ll learn how to use security cameras in a HIPAA-compliant way, and how you can use video surveillance to strengthen overall HIPAA compliance throughout your entire organization.
In a healthcare environment, you need security solutions you can rely on long-term. That's why many hospitals, pharmacies, clinics, labs, rehab centers, and other healthcare facilities are future-proofing their video surveillance systems by moving to the cloud. With cloud video security, you can modernize and future-proof safety by automatically keeping cybersecurity up to date, supporting flexibility and growth with an integration-friendly platform, and by unifying physical security to save time and resources on a daily basis.