Knock Knock, Who’s There?
The statistics speak for themselves: 34% of all burglars enter homes through the front door according to the 2012 FBI Crime Report. The same report states that the average loss per break in is $2,230. Almost all burglars knock or ring the doorbell before breaking into a home, to make sure it is unoccupied.
Ring set out to make sure that your home is never truly empty. Using video enabled doorbells and more traditional security camera, Ring enables home security monitoring from anywhere at any time. Paired with a mobile app, every Ring product is equipped with cameras, microphones, and speakers so that you can hear, see, and speak to any visitors to your property.
Accessible from any mobile smartphone, PC or tablet, Ring products can be customized to send alerts when motion is detected. All devices feed into a single dashboard, where video logs and alerts are stored. This allows the users to review footage of their home perimeter and take note of suspicious activity, potentially identifying individuals that are casing their home or neighborhood.
A recently released Beta version of Ring Neighborhoods enabled users to share videos so your entire neighborhood network can be aware of local criminal activity. Sharing images of persons of interest with your neighbors allows them to take the necessary precautions to protect themselves, their home, and their families.
Using a variety of products, Ring allows you to virtually monitor every corner of your home from anywhere and at any time. Leveraging their connected solution allows you to protect your home with the power of IoT.
IoT offers immense opportunities to advance security in a variety of industries. If you can stay connected to the “things” that are important to you, collecting data and acting proactively to ensure their safety, then you reduce the risk of loss.
Contact the ClearObject team today to discover how we can help secure your “things” today.
Clare Maher is the Product Marketing Manager at ClearObject. A graduate of Saint Mary’s College (#gobelles), Clare can usually be found yelling at the screen during a Notre Dame game, quoting any film ever made or touring the Indy restaurant scene.