Amazon’s love affair with the drone apparently went to its home security company Ring. During today’s Amazon event, Ring announced the new Always Home Cam, an autonomous indoor drone that flies around your home and gives you a live, mobile feed of your home if an intruder or emergency is spotted.
The drone will sell for 24 249 (about 200 200, 350 350, although we don’t have an international price or availability yet) and will run for some time in 2021. It can’t fly manually; However, you can create preset surveillance paths from one room to another, so you can choose which rooms in your home are preserved.
It is said that the drone has a battery life of five minutes and it only makes one minute trips (on average) before returning to recharge. However during its frequent flights, you’ll get 1080p footage of your home that should be crisp enough to see if you’ve locked the door or turned off the stove remotely via the Ring app.
If you want to see the drone in action, check out the (rather stupid) ring video ad below. Corney plays one side, giving you clarity on how the drone behaves and the cam video feed while on the flight.
Once docked, the drone’s camera feed is blocked, and the drone sends an audible sound to alert you as the plane moves. That way, you never have to worry about drone recordings while you’re unknown.
There is also always the ability to avoid interruptions in the case of home cams, which will prevent it from crashing into anything (or anyone). If this is done, the drone is only operated as 5 x 7 x 7 inches and it has grilles to block the pilots, so it is not likely to cause too much damage.
When the drone detects motion or when any of your other ring alarm sensors or cameras emit a warning, the drone will fly in a predetermined way to search around the alert for the source of the instability.
Replace a security camera?
Most companies’ indoor security cameras, including the ring, have a 1080p resolution and a field-off view (FOV) somewhere in the 100º – 145º range. Some even pan and tilt. But none of them can get up and wander around looking for theft.
To fully protect a home you need multiple security cams for each home. This can always make the home cam attractive, as it can protect multiple rooms at once.
But the fact that it only flies up to five minutes at a time and spends most of its time on the dock shows that it won’t. Replacement A home security system that provides 24/7 speed detection. It is much more likely to happen Increase This, in turn, double-checks for any blind spots and helps you check out rooms where you don’t want a permanent camera feed.