The true value of the 10-year warranty goes beyond durability for its own sake. To us, building for the future is a perspective. It’s about viewing the hardware as part of a bigger platform. All too often, I’ve seen hardware that falls apart in a couple of years because a team is so focused on the software and overlooks the real value of the hardware to the larger, integrated system. This causes them to miss what makes a product last and what future innovations may stress their products years down the road. This leads to buyers re-purchasing low-quality replacement hardware because they feel locked into the software; it’s a failure on the part of the supplier to invest in their customers’ experience. And future.
We want integrators, security operators, and companies to have the best experience, both today… and tomorrow.
Finally, when you think about purchasing video surveillance equipment, there’s another, more subtle aspect of the future to keep in mind. At some point, you may want additional features. You shouldn’t have to turn off features or functionality to do so. This has always been a clear sign that a product was repurposed from what it was originally intended for and showed a clear lack of vision on the manufacturer’s side. With the Ava cloud video security cameras, you don’t lose any functionality when adding new features because we envisioned just that upgrade during product design.