New Nest-security camera can family members recognize
Google-subsidiary Nest is introducing a new 4K surveillance camera. The Nest IQ recognizes friends and family members in the house.
By distinguishing between persons, the Litter IQ tell if there is a possible acquaintance or a burglar in the house. Intel IQ is from June 28, sold for 349 euro.
Nest uses facial recognition technology of Google to make a distinction between acquaintances and strangers. This is a subscription of 10 euro per month or 100 euro per year is required. According to Nest, there is no data exchanged with the servers of Google.
Previous Nest-cameras were with a cloudabonnement already see or a moving object in the house a person was. This same function operates locally on the Nest IQ, so no subscription is required.
New Nest camera automatically zooms in on burglars
A built-in speaker and microphone enable users to with people in the house to talk with the security camera.
Although the camera in 4K films, images in 1080p streamed to the servers of Nest. The higher resolution is used to better to be able to zoom in on potential burglars. Built-in software ensures that there is automatically on people is zoomed in.