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Ring (company)

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Ring is a home automation company that makes the Ring Video Doorbell (previously known as Doorbot), a smart doorbell. It was created by entrepreneur James Siminoff in 2012 that includes an infrared camera and Wi-Fi connectivity. [1]When the doorbell is pressed, the app begins a VOIP video call to connected smartphones, so that the owner can see and speak with whoever is at the door.[2][3][4][5][6]

Ring
Private
Predecessor Bot Home Automation
Founded 2012
Founder James Siminoff
Headquarters Santa Monica, California
Products Ring Security System
Ring Video Doorbell
Ring Video Doorbell Pro
Ring Floodlight Cam
Ring Stick Up Cam
Ring Chime
Cloud Recording
Website ring.com

The Ring app has integrated Lockitron support, so that the door may also be remotely unlocked when the doorbell is rung.[7][8]

The app for Ring doorbell is currently available on iOS, Android, and Windows 10 Mobile.

Doorbot was crowdfunded via Christie Street, and raised US$364k, more than the $250k requested.[9] [10]

In October 2017, Ring launched a DIY home security system, Ring Secure.[11] The system includes an alarm keypad and motion sensors.[12][13]

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