Active Home Security Camera
Motion Detection: Motion detections can send you notifications when the camera observes motion within its field of view. These notifications can alert you to suspicious activity so you can monitor the situation. Motion-activated design Automatically records once motion is detected, then sends you app notifications.
Smart intelligence give you a more personal and purposeful home security experience.
Computer-controlled analytics and identification: Computer-controlled cameras can identify, track, and categorize objects in their field of view. Software automatically analyzing video to detect and determine temporal events not based on a single image, but rather object classification. The system can detect anomalies in a crowd, for instance a person moving in the opposite direction. The data can be processed within the cameras (on the edge) or by a centralized server. On the server software automatically identifying or verifying a person from a digital image or a video frame from a video source. One of the ways to do this is by comparing selected facial features from the image and a facial database.
Viewing angle: The camera's field of view determines how much it can see. As you're probably monitoring a single room, you want a wide viewing angle. 130° field of view Allows you to capture a wide area.
Web client: You can access cameras through a web portal as well. This is useful for times when you don't have access to your mobile device or a wireless connection.
Wireless range: Wireless camera offers is the ability to move them around your home. Camera has an ethernet port as well, so you have the option of hardwiring it to your local network.
Wireless cameras do not require a video cable for video/audio transmission, simply a cable for power. IP cameras use digital technology which delivers crisper audio, sharper video, and a secure and interference-free signal.
Security: Home Security Camera supports up-to-date wireless security protocols and strong encrypts internet transmission with SSL.
Night Vision: The distance from which your camera can record images in low- to no-light situations can have a great impact on its effectiveness because often criminal activity can happen at night.
Security camera supports infrared LED illumination, versus true night vision based on image intensification or thermal vision.
Alerts: Home security camera push notifications to your smartphone when they detect events.
Without watching the live feed all day, this is the only way to keep tabs on your home in relative real time. Customize alerts to detect people, configure specific activity zones.
Application allow you to view live video from your compatible Android, iOS, Windows or Mac device.
Cloud storage Lets you save recent activity to view at a later time.
High-resolution: Camera features image sensor to capture high-resolution video footage up to 1080p .
Two-way audio: The camera implies the ability to also hear what's going on gives you a more complete picture of what's happening on the home front when you're away.
This feature can also allow you to speak through the camera, a great tool for remotely commanding your pet or startling an intruder in the act.
Facial recognition: This feature could more accurately be called "facial identification," as in practice it's much better at distinguishing a face from, say, a lamp, than it is at actually distinguishing between one person's face and another's.
Time-lapse Video Recording: Home Security Camera generates time-lapse video automatically. A video is made up from 25 single photos per second, that, when placed back-to-back, trick our mind into seeing motion. But what would happen if we only took one photo every second, and then played them back at 25 frames per second? The result is a magnificent hyper-realistic compression of time.
Environmental monitoring: This is the feature that sets all-in-one home monitors apart from strictly-security cameras (temperature and humidity inside your home)