All In Surveillance/Cameras
The global electronics company Honeywell has introduced its new ThermoRebellion Imaging Camera to help keep people safe in the workplace. Honeywell states that its latest camera solution incorporates advanced, infrared imaging technologies and artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to enable the ThermoRebellion to conduct non-invasive screens of people. According to the company, the temperature monitoring camera […]
Robert Archer · May 14, 2020
North Carolina family’s children use NSC Flagship system with Elan control to alert their parents and police when alleged drunk intruder shows up.
CE Pro Editors · May 04, 2020
Thanks to thermal imaging technology, Athena Security is able to scan people for elevated body temperature, an early indicator of coronavirus.
Steve Karantzoulidis · March 20, 2020
Kangaroo is a new company started by a group of ex-Google employees and the manufacturer’s first product is the $99 Privacy Camera. The newly launched home security company’s camera incorporates Kangaroo‘s proprietary Privacy Shield technology. Kangaroo explains the Privacy Shield technology makes the lens transparent when the system is armed and when the camera is […]
Robert Archer · March 20, 2020
Starting at $5/month, Rekor Systems Watchman Home software upgrades smart home surveillance cameras with auto license plate recognition (ALPR) capability.
Jason Knott · January 31, 2020
Nortek brand Elan touts advanced IntelliVision analytics and privacy features, plus deeper software integration and monitoring capabilities of the new surveillance offerings.
Arlen Schweiger · January 28, 2020
Savant smart home control will fully integrate with the new Amazon Ring X ecosystem, while expanding its relationship with Netgear.
Jason Knott · January 21, 2020
Amazon Ring debuts Ring X line exclusive for CE pros with higher price points, longer warranty and lifetime subscription to streaming service for customers.
Jason Knott · January 09, 2020
Blue by ADT unveils new DIY outdoor, indoor and doorbell security surveillance cameras, with full smart home platform to come, at CES 2020.
Jason Knott · January 06, 2020
DIY surveillance cameras (and other smart home devices) get hacked all the time. Today, Ring/Amazon is being sued for weak cybersecurity provisions, and just a few days ago Wyze notified customers that its cameras have been breached (notice below). All bad news, of course, but par for the course. A more interesting angle comes from […]
Julie Jacobson · December 31, 2019