Smart home security products are getting more sophisticated all the time. Many of them integrate with existing home automation system to make life easier for users. These 7 smart home security solutions allow you to use your iPhone or iPad to keep an eye on things:
Sentri: a complete home security system with a HD camera, night vision, microphone, motion detector, light sensor, accelerometer, and more features to monitor things around your home. It keeps you informed on your smart device.
Y-cam HomeMonitor HD Pro Cam: an outdoor WiFi video camera with night vision and a waterproof design. It offers motion detection and alerts. Sends the recorded video clips to your device when movement is detected.
Blink: a wire free home monitoring system compatible with iOS and Android devices. Its battery lasts you up to a year. The device combines HD video with motion detection, temperature sensor, and night vision to help you keep an eye on things at home.
Roambotics Jr. Security Guard Robot: a self-balancing robot that serves as a security guard for your home. It has 4 cameras to capture close to 360-degree video and still images. It also features WiFi, Bluetooth, and cellular connectivity
iSensor HD: a small but smart security camera with 256- bit encryption to help you keep an eye on your home. It offers 1280 x 720 HD quality in real-time. The system features audio/motion detection, intruder warning light/beeper, and 180-degree viewing.
Novi: a portable home security solution that lets you monitor your place from your smartphone. It has a HD camera with night vision, encryption, and a discreet design. It is compatible with iOS/Android devices.
GeckoEye: this gadget is designed to provide you with 24/7 monitoring of your home, car, or office. It is a round camera powered by a solar panel that can be mounted anywhere. It also has motion detection, a highly sensitive microphone, and 2 HD cameras.
You can always use a wireless camera such as a Dropcam to monitor your home. There are simply too many options available to consumers these days.
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