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The Nest Secure home alarm systemNest Secure, a $499 home alarm system, leads the parade of products introduced today Sept. 20. But Nest also unveiled the $349 Nest Cam IQ Outdoor, which brings the face recognition features introduced with this year's indoor Nest Cam IQ to outdoor home security cameras. Nest Cam IQ Outdoor and Nest Secure are available for preorder today. They'll ship in November. They'll be followed in the first quarter of 2018 by Nest Hello, which marks Nest's entry into the video doorbell business. Nest has yet to set a price for Nest Hello. MORE: Best Indoor and Outdoor Home Security CamerasNest isn't exactly a stranger to smart home security, thanks to its Nest Cam and its 2014 purchase of Dropcam. But Nest sees this trio of products fitting right into its portfolio of smart home products while giving users better control over the security of their home. "One thing that really impresses me about Nest is that we take these simple home products and reimagine every part of it," Nest CEO Marwan Fawaz said at a San Francisco press event unveiling the Nest Secure, Nest Hello and Nest Cam IQ Outdoor. "Reimagining these products has allowed us to transform what they mean to people and disrupt entire industries.

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For example, a camera module can be integrated with a doorbell device, providing its functions of illuminating, capturing, and analyzing scenes, among other things in addition to doorbell functions. Such systems, devices, and methods optionally complement or replace conventional systems, devices, and methods for illuminating, capturing, and analyzing scenes. The present disclosure describes compact doorbell camera implementations having capabilities of high power on camera processing, low light e. g. , night time illumination, concurrent transmission of multiple HD video streams, and wirelessly communication with other devices over multiple protocols e. g.

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If you decide that home automation is an important part of your home security, it’s a good idea to research home automation protocols to learn which one will work best for you. As we touched on above, a protocol is the language smart devices use to communicate with each other, and it serves as the foundation on which a home automation system is built. Not all protocols are the same, with some supporting more devices or using less power. Before committing to any home automation devices, look into which protocol works best for your home and if it supports the devices you wish to incorporate into your home automation system. Yes — Xfinity can back up the promise of being a complete solution. Its buildable home system offers equally strong capabilities for both security and automation. The seamless experience of having your entertainment, security, and automation needs met by one company is mirrored in the delightful simplicity of integrated controls. Through the Xfinity Home app you can adjust the lights, monitor security footage, and turn up the heat before you get home. These automation abilities are made possible through partner devices like Nest thermostats or GE lighting. And while the extensive options for add on equipment offer all the conveniences of a modern smart home, you can go basic with Xfinity’s starter equipment — just sensors and a control center. Price$29.