We all know what a video doorbell is. Despite its obvious usefulness, there aren’t many around. Well, at least, not many of reputable brands that boasts integration with its own smart lock anyways. Speaking of integration with its own smart lock, here’s a new one from smart lock maker August called August View Doorbell Camera. View does everything you expect of a video doorbell, including instant motion alerts, on-demand live video streaming, two-way audio communication, and of course, doorbell functionality that actually includes a wireless chime. Continue reading August’s New Video Doorbell Is Wireless, Records In 1440p
If you are in the market for a video doorbell with all the bells and whistles, but won’t rip a hole in your bank account, then the Remo+ RemoBell S Video Doorbell might just be it. The RemoBell S Video Doorbell is California headquartered video doorbell maker’s next generation video doorbell that touts a wider field of view, improved resolution, and even motion zone customization for under 100 bucks that include a free 3-day cloud storage. Well, not that 3 days is a lot. Just saying… but the launch price is certainly an attractive proposition. Not going to lie. Continue reading Remo+ Introduced Feature-packed Video Doorbell That Cost Just $99
Since Ring came out with its first video doorbell, it has proven its worth many times over. Despite so, the pioneering video doorbell maker isn’t sitting on their laurels. The company’s home security portfolio has grown a lot to include a second generation Ring Doorbell, simply called Ring Doorbell 2, and more recently, a Ring Door View Cam and new Ring Alarm accessories. Continue reading Ring Introduces New Door View Cam And New Ring Alarm Accessories
SECOM has done it. Galileo USA (which appeared to be defunct now, btw) pitched the idea back in 2015 and both Airobotics and Otsaw Digital are still in it. Yes. We are talking about security drone system here. With the exception of Galileo’s, the aforementioned companies dabble in commercial-industrial security drone systems which means there exist a void in the market waiting to be filled. Or at least that what’s former Evernote executive Alex Pachikov believes. Continue reading Sunflower Labs Home Security Drone Has Its Sight Set On High-end Homes
The market is certainly not lacking of outdoor security cameras. As a matter of fact, there is a variety of it to suit different needs, but the truth be told, there’s not one that shines in simplicity like the remo+ Over-The-Door Smart Camera and IMHO, clever placement. As the product name implies, this smart security camera is designed to be placed over-the-door. Therefore, there’s no adhesives to mess with and neither are there be holes, and that makes it easy to be moved if you ever need to relocate to another house or apartment. Continue reading remo+ Over-The-Door Smart Camera: A Security Camera That Makes Sense!
This is Guardbot, a rolling surveillance robot that could one day replace security guards. Officially called “Spherical Amphibious Robotic Vehicle Systems,” Guardbot is an all-terrain bot that you could think of it as a giant-ass Sphero with cameras stuck to its sides. As demoed in the video, this thing is pretty much unstoppable, capable of traversing any ground terrain, swim in water, and roll on snow and sand. One thing we foresee is obstacle, but the biggest being 7 feet in diameter, I guess most obstacles are really not an issue for this futuristic surveillance bot. Continue reading This Rolling Surveillance Robot May One Day Replace Security Guards
Anker Innovations’ eufy has a lot to shout about with its new security camera called eufy EverCam. Like many cam of such nature, it is wire-free, connecting to its security base via WiFi (or low-frequency wireless spectrum) and powered by battery, but this is where the similarity ends. Firstly, it is the first ever security camera to boast 365-day battery life on a single charge. Secondly, it employs a 3-phase Artificial Intelligence so that you will only see and be alerted to what you desire, and not be alarmed by a passing insects, for example. Continue reading eufy’s New Security Camera Can Go On For A Year Without Recharging
Five teens face charges of grand theft auto, burglary, and grand theft after surveillance footage caught them stealing seven vehicles from a Pompano Beach, Florida car dealership last month. According to a local news source, the thieves broke into the dealership’s office, stole some keys, used them to start a Buick SUV, and drove the SUV through a fence in order to steal additional vehicles. Thanks to the dealership’s security equipment and procedures, the vehicles were all recovered within 24 hours, though they sustained $30,000 worth of damage in the process. Continue reading Here Are 3 Ways Surveillance Tech Reinforces Large-property Perimeters
The connected home security camera market is overcrowded and yet, if you find yourself can bear part with your hard earned dollars for one, then perhaps, Wyze Labs may be able to change your mind. The Seattle-based tech startup’s WyzeCam is a full-featured wireless HD smart home camera that is determined to get you started with home monitoring with its you-can’t-look-away sticker of mere $19.99. The catch? It records to the cloud and you will need a subscription to make that happen. However, for now, Wyze Labs is giving you free, rolling 14-day cloud storage. Continue reading Wyze Labs Just Broke The Smart Home Camera Market With This $20 Camera
You know what? Amazon may just have cracked the age-old problem of stolen packages from your front porch. The solution lies in a new service called Amazon Key. Together with a newly announced security cam, Amazon Cloud Cam and a smart lock, Amazon can let itself into your house and place the package inside, so there will be no more worrying about your package being hijacked by criminal minds, or mischievous little Jack living next door. Here’s how it is going work: Continue reading Amazon Wants To Let Itself Into Your Home For Delivery, But Will You Let It?