Yale’s all-in-one voice controlled security camera will keep burglars away

The company, Assa Abloy, has altered the way we use to lock our doors. They added extra security to the home. The firm has launched a multi-functional outdoor security camera that prevents the invaders with sound and light. The camera also comes with the feature of voice control.

For round the clock monitoring, the 1080p resolution camera records everything and has a night vision mode as well. It features a built-in siren to prevent unwanted visitors from approaching the property or the door.

The smartphone app known as Yale View, is used for the notifications sent by the camera. The security device works greatly with Amazon Alexa through devices like Echo Spot and Eco Show. The user can ask the camera to display the view of the front door, then converse with callers over the integrated speaker and microphone.

Yale Voice Controlled Security Camera
Image: © Yale

The weatherproofing of IP65 sorts is an excellent fit for placing outdoor, although this security camera can be used as an indoor device. The camera comes up with the storage memory card so that the monthly cost of cloud subscriptions can be circumvented.

Stephen Robert from Yale stated that burglars found front doors an easy target to break into the house. Therefore, it is important to secure the front door as firm as possible. This multifunctional camera helps people to make their homes safe and makes the life of people bit easier.

With the help of the camera security device, a user can get to know what is happening inside as well as outside of the home when the user is far away from home. The alerts from the app allow a user to have the record of the deliveries of the parcel, alerts of dog walking or friends coming for stay. According to the company, the camera is available in the market and can be purchased by paying 160 USD or £119.99.

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h/t: New Atlas

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