Taiwanese multinational networking equipment, D-Link, has today announced the release of a brand new full HD Wi-Fi camera, with built-in AI-based person detection. This intelligent camera can identify human motion, minimising false alarms, ensuring users see the alerts that matter.
Version 2 of Arlo's award-winning 4K wire-free home security cameras has just arrived, promising "an enhanced user experience with features such as improved range and connectivity" and lots of other improvements, which is no surprise given my estimation of Arlo as the world's best home security camera company.
It’s not just Nokia that has ZEISS as a camera collaborator, with vivo vividly celebrating its “strategic collaboration” to “co-engineer” with ZEISS “an imaging system for vivo’s premium smartphones”.
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