Ring (company)(Redirected from Ring Video Doorbell)
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. 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.
|Predecessor||Bot Home Automation|
|Headquarters||Santa Monica, California|
|Products||Ring Security System
Ring Video Doorbell
Ring Video Doorbell Pro
Ring Floodlight Cam
Ring Stick Up Cam
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