Hello Wyze Forum!
Firstly I’d like to say Thank You Wyze! I was absolutely blown away by the ease of setting up my 1st wyze cam. I appreciate all the time and dedication this team has put into a truly disruptive platform. As someone who has worked in security camera installation and network security prior to the rise of the wireless revolution, bravo to the effort of this entire team. Truly doing Good work.
After receiving my first camera and seeing how easy the installation went I ordered 6 more that are currently on deck to finish a project that has been haunting me for several years. The job was to wire security cameras in Florida to an outdoor market. We literally had to dig a trench to run 10 wires after the previous installer had mucked up the job.
The entire system was fried 3 times after being was it by lightning 3 times in 4 years. After that I said no more. I’m done setting up this network again and again just to have it fried by the inevitable lightning strikes.
But the business needs security, so we kept doing the same thing again and again. Not anymore! This business will now be loaded with Wyze cams that can easily be monitored by anyone with an email address?? Sign me up for more please! I feel that the WiFi Revolution is happening and soon enough we will be able to connect to cameras across the globe instantly. This little $20 camera is a leap forward in that vision.
With all that stated, is there any chance of future plans for an affiliate or authorized resale program? Is there something available I haven’t been able to find? I’ve been doing contract work in IT and IS for years, and I feel that this little camera could be a way for me to get back into Security Camera Installation. Gone are the days of running wires through site plans, with a power outlet and a pointed antenna all that struggle seems gone.
If this is not the correct place for this, please can anyone point me in the right direction? Thank you for all replies and time spent in helping this old dog learn a new trick or two.
Thanks again for all you do here,