Tony Cassell is a pioneering security leader who brings a fresh perspective to traditional security problems. He brings a wealth of security knowledge and has developed global security programs for Facebook, Dropbox, and has even worked as a Product Manager for 3VR.
Throughout his career, he has partnered with companies like Tyco, Avigilon, G4S, and Northland Controls to engineer unique and innovative solutions to solve complex problems. Tony currently resides in the city of Reno and provides product and program development consultation to top-tier clients around the world.
Tony joins Rhombus Systems in an exclusive webinar to share his expert insight on the evolution of physical security. Learn about the different security strategies you may be missing out on but can quickly implement, how to build a scalable video security system, and the best method to maximize your time and resources to address the ever changing needs of physical security.
This is going to be a highly informational webinar with a ton of valuable content. Reserve your spot now while space is still available.
This month brings a new batch of improvements focused on Rhombus’ suite of AI video analytics, including Color Search for the R360, smart occupancy alerts, and more powerful search for license plate recognition. Plus, look out for quality-of-life improvements on the admin and bandwidth side!
The average person spends 90% of their time breathing indoor air. For that reason alone, indoor air quality (IAQ) is a major concern for all businesses, students, building managers, tenants, and employees because it can impact occupant health, comfort, well-being, and productivity. That’s where Rhombus smart sensor, the E2, comes in. The E2 Air Quality Sensor is part of Rhombus’ suite of IoT smart sensors. It's a plug-and-play sensor that lets you continuously monitor air quality and receive sensor-based alerts in real-time.
Every month, Rhombus deploys product improvements that make using the platform more intuitive, powerful, and user-friendly. These updates are rolled out automatically, so you can start enjoying them right away. This January, we’ve released improvements to the Apple TV App, Video Walls, Facial Recognition, and more. Keep reading to learn about what’s new!