Amazon Ring is Working on New Ring Spotlight Cam Pro, Ring Stick up Cam Elite 2nd Gen, In-Hallway Delivery, Ring Protect Go, Battery powered Intercom; Plus New Ring Car Cam and Ring Fetch Tag Details
360 video of Ring Car Cam and Ring Bird's Eye Zones
New Ring Cameras
Ring is working on new Ring Spotlight Cam Pro, Spotlight Cam Plus, and a 2nd Gen Ring Stick Up Cam Elite (which might be renamed to Stick up Cam Pro). Not much is known about these devices other than that some come in corded and battery powered options.
Amazon Ring Fetch Tag
Last fall I shared images of the Ring Tag (or Ring Fetch). Here is what the Ring Tag looks like on a dog. Amazon is offering a free Sidewalk Gateway with purchase of a Ring Tag so that users can “connect your Tag to the Sidewalk Network”. Also the Ring Tag dock can be reset via a press of the pin hole in the dock.
Amazon In-Hallway Delivery
Amazon is working on a “In-Hallway delivery” feature for Amazon Key deliveries which will be compatible with Ring devices.
Receive Amazon deliveries in the safety of your hallway.
Edit the address details for your In-Hallway deliveries.
Provide unit number or name written on your callbox.
Show us how to locate your property.
Tell us where to place your Key deliveries.
Ring Car Cam
Last fall I shared the first image of Ring Car Cam and now I have a 360 degree video of it. It comes with a privacy shutter (with a red ring to show that the privacy shutter is on), an adhesive pad to attach it a vehicle’s windshield, and a power and data cable which connects to a vehicle’s OBD-II port.
Amazon is also introducing a new Ring Protect Go plan for storing the 60 minutes of footage taken on the Ring Car Cam.
The Ring Car Cam also has a microphone that listens for Alexa commands. Say “Alexa, record” if you want to record video for later. Amazon gives an example of saying “Alexa, record” during a police traffic stop.
You can now view video and receive notifications from Ring Car Cam, but you can't change its settings.
This lets you see it on the map so you can find it easily. If you don't like it, you can ask the owner to turn it off. Don't want access? No problem. Just head to the Dashboard for this device, choose General Settings, and remove it.
Whether it's a traffic stop or another emergency, your Ring Car Cam will capture what happens in and around your car for up to 60 minutes. The first five minutes is stored in the cloud for easy access. Any additional footage is stored locally. This feature requires Ring Protect Go.
To record a crucial moment, say "Alexa, record."
Ring Car Alarm Low Power Mode
The Ring Car Alarm has a low power mode that turns on automatically when a vehicle’s battery is low.
The systems and accessories in your vehicle can slowly drain its battery over time, especially when it's not being driven often.
To protect your battery, Ring Car Alarm turned off all of its features. They'll be restored once the battery is charged to a safe level.
If this vehicle hasn't been driven lately, run the engine for 30-60 minutes to charge the battery.
If this vehicle won't be used for a while, unplug all accessories (such as Ring Car Alarm) to avoid draining its battery.
If you see low battery alerts often, have the battery tested and replaced, if needed.
Ring Bird’s Eye Zones
Ring is working on a “Bird’s Eye Zones” feature which provides motion alerts zones for its Ring Bird’s Eye feature.
Allows motion to be detected at any distance and may result in unwanted alerts.
Motion is detected at any distance until you turn off the Detect Motion Everywhere.
Motion is detected inside the default zone. Set up location so you can can draw motion detection area with custom ranges.
Walk around and see your motion on the map to test vour detection zones.