Netatmo’s security camera Presence uses deep learning to spot intruders, animals, and cars

Netatmo is launching Presence, a smart outdoor security camera that will send you an alert if someone is loitering around your house, in the U.S. market for $300 on November 17. The product is one more piece of the smart home, which is expected to become a $71 billion market by 2018, according to Jupiter Research. Paris-based Netatmo unveiled the Presence earlier this year, saying that the camera uses a deep-learning algorithm to detect people, cars, and animals that are within view of the camera. Above: Netatmo’s Presence security camera sends alerts to your phone. Image Credit: Netatmo Presence can detect if a car enters the driveway, or if a pet wanders into the yard, or someone enters your property. It notifies the user when something new is detected in the monitored…


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