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Nest reveal 'Hello' smart doorbell that can recognize familiar faces using sister firm Google's software  -  indoor wifi security camera-security system supplier, home security system, surveillance system manufacturers-Ansjer cctv English

Nest reveal 'Hello' smart doorbell that can recognize familiar faces using sister firm Google's software - indoor wifi security camera

by:Ansjer cctv     2020-02-23
Nest reveal \'Hello\' smart doorbell that can recognize familiar faces using sister firm Google\'s software  -  indoor wifi security camera
Nest Labs, Google's sister company, added the search giant's facial recognition technology to the camera
To end its loss history, the doorbell was installed and a security system was introduced.
Product expansion on the Internet
Connected thermostat, smoke detector and stand
Nest has been selling its only security camera since its inception six years ago.
Hello, the doorbell is built in.
In the camera and speakers, this will make it look recognizable and able to talk to people.
The doorbell will take advantage of Google's facial recognition technology so that when a stranger approaches, it can warn the occupants of the home.
However, Nest's use of facial recognition has yet to raise privacy concerns as it does not use Google's vast database of photos to automatically identify people.
Instead, users of the Nest camera or doorbell must manually mark and name someone before the device recognizes someone.
Alphabet Inc, parent company of Nest and Google.
Nest did not disclose the price of the doorbell, which will not be in the store until early next year.
Although Nest is one of the early leaders in efforts to make household appliances as smart as people's smartphones, it has been unable to make money because of the frustration of the company's parent company Alphabet.
To change the status quo, Alphabet introduced Marwan Fawaz, a veteran in the cable industry, to replace Nest founder Tony Fadell as CEO 15 months after she resigned.
Today, Nest is implementing the next phase of our strategy to create homes with ideas, Fawaz said.
So far, we have had a fairly long year of expansion to 11 more countries, with the successful launch of Nest Cam IQ indoor and Nest Thermostat E, our portfolio today, we are subverting another product industry: home safety.
Nest has been supplementing its existing product line with a slightly different selection until it enters a brand new category on Wednesday.
Hello, the doorbell is built in.
In the camera and speakers, this will make it look recognizable and able to talk to people.
The doorbell will take advantage of Google's facial recognition technology so that when a stranger approaches, it can warn the occupants of the home.
Google acquired Nest for $3.
2 billion in 2014, it was then spun off after Alphabet was hatched as the parent company.
Nest is now included in a group of venture companies that venture into new technologies that cost a total of $10.
6 billion of the past three yearsand-
Only half a year.
Alphabet did not disclose how much Nest contributed to it, and the loss of its "other Games" segment will not announce the price of the new doorbell, until it goes public for a year at some point in the next three months.
A few months ago, Nest launched a more sophisticated indoor security camera with the same tools, and Google's face recognition technology is coming soon.
Nest also announced on Wednesday that the same facial recognition tool will be deployed on an outdoor security camera that costs $349.
Apple is planting a different form of facial recognition into its $1,000 iPhone X to unlock the device, signaling that cameras will increasingly be able to identify people within the lens range in the future.
The new phone will be released on November.
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