security camera company

Gone are the days when companies had to hire security guards to constantly be on watch. Many companies are switching over to services where a third party is alerted whenever their is suspicious activity, and that third part can than decide on the course of action. What this does is it cuts down on costs as well as false alarms. As these companies continue to come up with better surveillance technology we will start to see a large drop in price as they are able to take on more customers. This means that these services will no longer be locked in with big companies, but will now be an option for the common house owner as well. One of the biggest changes that the internet of things has brought to homes is the ability to control your home while you are away.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

A host of our smart products are compatible with the Apple home automation system Apple HomeKit. Pair them up and you’ll have an Apple smart home in no time. Plus with a Google Wi Fi router your smart appliances and devices will have access to a steady, reliable internet connection, keeping you in full control of your smart home from anywhere. Blink XT2 is the first device to feature Blink’s exclusive new chip technology, making it even more efficient. It features extended battery life, offering two years of battery life with just two AA lithium batteries. When used exclusively for motion activated recording or Live View, Blink XT2 provides double the usage of the original Blink XT on a single set of batteries. Or customers can use two way talk and still get the same two year battery life. It also comes with enhanced motion detection, including micro activity zones to more precisely customize motion detection and reduce false motion alerts, so you are alerted only of the movement that matters. Plus, Blink XT2 is wire free, making it easy to install indoors or out for complete coverage and peace of mind. “We listened to our customers and delivered a product that not only improves existing standout features such as two year battery life, but also adds new features like two way talk and enhanced motion detection to further improve the product experience,” said Peter Besen, GM of Blink. “Starting at $89.