April Edition 2021
Security systems have moved on since the good old days of a simple blast of a bell when an intruder calls. Cloud-based video surveillance lets you see what’s going on at any given moment and that means added security for your business. There is a logical link between a decline in the number of burglaries and an increase in the proliferation of more sophisticated alarm systems.
Cloudastructure is one such company that delivers a cloud based infrastructure to provide Integrated Building Automation Solutions for Video Monitoring and Cloud Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS), Door Access Controls as a Service (ACaaS), as well as integration with sensors to support your specific Internet of Things (IoT) initiatives. Its solutions delivers the intelligence online while it puts the data safely offsite. The hardware utilizes state of art technology, delivered at a very competitive price that beats the industry standards and comes with zero maintenance or replacement costs through with a life-time warranty. Cloudastructure solution centralizes the management of access control with video monitoring and allows customers to scale geographically to multiple locations.
Industry-leading Cloud-Based Video Surveillance
Collection of Commercial Information: Cloudastructure collects certain information involuntarily from visitors to its website, including the IP address, time visited, pages viewed and related information. The Company also collects certain information voluntarily when someone sends a direct mail inquiry, an email or online registration, participates in seminars or webinars, or requests Company information at tradeshows. Examples of such information include individual names, telephone numbers, email addresses, Company name, person’s title, and other personally identifiable information. Cloudastructure uses such information to monitor the performance, and improve the quality of, its website, respond to requests about the Company and its business, provide information about products and services, fulfill customer requests, marketing and other business purposes and to comply with various legal and/or regulatory requirements.
Cloud Video Surveillance: With cloud video surveillance service your video is stored off-site with any retention time supported. Footage can be viewed live or searched by person, object or other factors. Enterprise grade AI based solution can detect face masks and social distancing. The company runs every video through its own computer vision system. This system generates tags for every object it sees in the video. No more watching branches blow or cars drive by for an hour, just search on “person” and see only videos that have people in them.
Cloud Door Controller: Recorded and live video feeds are securely stored and accessed in the Cloud through a browser, so you can monitor and review 24/7 from any device. You have full control and visibility of your entire physical footprint and easy access to time-stamped video recorded by Cloudastructure Video Surveillance Software. Its Cloud Access Control does not require the on-premises hardware and software of traditional access control systems. The company has a panel on the wall, but no embedded web server and even betters no external Windows server. Everything is in the cloud, and multiple locations work together seamlessly. Save time and money while securing your sites.
The mastermind behind the success of Cloudastructure
Rick Bentley is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Cloudastructure. He has over 20 years of Silicon Valley startup and technology experience. He was founder and CEO of Televoke Inc. (became deCarta, bought by Uber) where he raised eight figures of Venture Capital. Mr. Bentley has been a full time Advisor to Google X. He was a direct report to Andy Grove for half a decade. Investors have brought him in for interim-CEO roles at early stage companies. He was a Senior Consultant at Bearing Point Inc., which included two assignments in Baghdad. At General Magic he managed the “Portico” program, derivatives of which serve over a million subscribers.
Rick was Director of Business Development for Machina, a design and engineering house that developed consumer electronics products, some of which sold over 10MM units. He was also Director of Product Development for Sensory Inc, which currently has the largest installed base of speech recognition systems in the world. Mr. Bentley is the author of multiple patents and patent filings, many of which were bought by Samsung in 2014. He received his BA in Physics and MS in Engineering from UC Berkeley.