Eufy, one of the Anker family brands, has just announced an exciting smart home security system. One they claim will redefine home security with A.I.

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The EverCam cameras are 100% wire free and are powered by a supercharged Anker battery that will last a year from one charge! Thanks to Qualcomm QuickCharge 3.0, the camera can fully charge in under 3 hours despite the capacity.

As the cameras are wire free they have a build in theft protection that brick the cameras if a theft is detected.

However the most interesting part is the learning A.I. that recognises friends and family. It the only triggers an alert if it detects a stranger or a suspicious activity.

This in theory means no more annoying alerts from animals, clouds or even your regular cleaner!

That’s not all, the cameras contain a smart motion detection chipset (RTOS). This enables the cameras to go to sleep automatically if there is no motion and wake up in half a second after motion is detected. This is how the battery can last so long.

The system requires it’s own hub that communicates to the cameras via Sub-1Ghz, connecting to WiFi when video is recorded.

The hub features local storage (SD or USB) all footage is encrypted using AES-128 to ensure even if physically stolen the footage cannot be viewed. If it detects it is being stolen or if there is an intruder a built in 100 dB siren will sound!

One of the smartest hub features is that it also contains a powerful backup battery. Allowing it to connect to the camera without power for 7 days!

As well as all these innovative features it packs all the standard features too:

  • Weatherproof
  • 130° Viewing angle
  • HD 1080P
  • Night vision
  • 2-Way audio

EverCam is live now on  to Kickstarter!

 

 

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