Netatmo’s Presence is a smart outdoor security camera that will send you alerts if someone loiters around your home, a pet is in the yard, or a car enters your driveway.
According to the Boulogne-Billancourt, France-based company, the Presence uses the Smart Sight deep-learning algorithm to figure out what the camera’s seeing. The alerts will say things like “person seen,” “animal seen,” or “car seen.” Beyond basic security functions, the camera can alert you when a delivery person drops off a package and no one is there to receive it or allow you to keep tabs on a vacation home.
The Presence also has an integrated floodlight, and can record infrared images at night. Users can customize the level of alerts they receive, and set up smart zones that are monitored by the camera. The camera has a 100-degree field of view and a 20-meter range.
The Presence uses encryption and passes data along through WiFi. Alerts are sent if the security is accessed from an unapproved Internet Protocol address. Data storage doesn’t require an additional fee.
The Netatmo Presence will be available in the third quarter of this year.