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Can you let us know what are the plans for Reolink to introduce geofencing? And how about having a mult*tude of push notification? Perhaps rich notifications. Your compet*tors already have them for quite some time. You need to act fast to lead in this market.
Geofencing is really a feature that has to be added to Reolink systems. 'Pushnotifications' based on a schedule are a bit tiresome...
@user_598686391537682_598686391537682 Too much detections will drive you crazy but Android won't accept more than 24 unless you acknowledge them. There are myriad of important features which are still missing on Reolink cameras/applications such as facial recognition, packet detection, sound detection, more control on zone detection schedules, more security features on both the cameras and applications, files management, user profiles, audio AI, transfer files to google drive or dropbox (at least to countries where cloud is not yet available), rich push notifications, cam to cam communication to trigger other cameras, etc. The list is endless....... in software you will never say that's all. It only depends on one's imagination. But of course all these come with a priority.
The launch of a new product in a company involves a lot of work and probably a fair amount of anxiety. It's exciting, to be sure. It's very likely that if you're launching a new product, you've already had success with at least one other product. You probably have some knowledge of the current demand.heardle game
Geofencing is a cutting-edge technology that has revolutionized 2048 cupcakes location-based services, offering a wide range of possibilities and benefits across various industries. It involves creating virtual boundaries or "geofences" around specific geographic areas, which enables businesses and organizations to trigger automated actions or deliver targeted content to users within those boundaries.
@user_713697605443803_713697605443803 Reolink cameras are for home owners and small businesses. They don't have all the features we may want or large businesses use, banks, prisons, military bases. Reolink has cheaper prices. Their block out detection zones are a form of geofencing IMO. In the future Reolink will likely add more features. They said they are working on motion tagging for some cams.
@md Compet*tors already offer geofencing for quite some time. Our goal here is provide suggestions and recommendations for Reolink to be the leader in the home and SME camera security business.We tell what we really wish and of course Reolink should evaluate, prioritise or ignore the request.
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