16 Jan Ring in the changes in home security at Intersec
Intersec visitors interested in home security will be able to get up close and personal with Ring’s range of home security solutions with a series of on-stand demos.
The company, which is looking to meet demand for home security solutions, particularly amongst developers of master-planned home community building projects in the region has several new innovations to shout about during the show.
These include the Ring Video Doorbell 2 which allows you to communicate with visitors from anywhere, Ring Video Doorbell Pro which in addition to the features of the Video Doorbell 2 has advanced motion detection and is hardwired only, Video Doorbell Elite which requires professional-installation with power over ethernet.
Camera-wise it among the innovations will be the Ring Stick Up Cam Wired, which is Ring’s first cameras meant for both indoor and outdoor use. Also on show will be the Ring Floodlight Cam, the first motion-activated floodlight camera with two-way audio, HD video, built-in floodlights and a siren; and the new Ring Spotlight Cam Battery, a long lasting battery-powered powered HD camera with two-way audio, HD video, motion detection and a siren; plus the Spotlight Cam Wired with two-way talk and a siren solution.
“With countries in the Middle East witnessing a positive growth of the property sector with many developers focusing on building master-planned communities, Ring believes Intersec offers an ideal platform to conduct live demos and offer customers the opportunity to touch and feel the product and understand how effective and easy-to-use Ring’s solutions for home security are,” says Mohammad Meraj Hoda, vice president of Business Development – Middle East & Africa
Ring also plans to explore opportunities to expand its presence in the region by interacting with potential distributors and system integrators. Ring will be available at Hall 1 Stand B14