According tomedia reports, D-Link has unveiled two new home security cameras, one for indoors and one for outdoors. In addition, the company has brought important features to some existing security cameras, such as the ability to distinguish between objects and people. There’s also a new security camera powered by artificial intelligence (AI), which lets devices detect broken glass.
Designed for indoor use, the new D-Link DCS-8302LH full Full HD Pan and Tilt WiFi camera rotates 360 degrees to see every corner of the room. It also supports motion tracking to track anyone entering the room, while it also supports two-way audio so homeowners can talk to anyone entering the room through a camera.
The new D-Link DCS-8526LH Full HD Indoor and Outdoor Pro WiFi cameras are used outdoors and contain a spotlight to illuminate an area. This product can be used as a safety system — built-in with an alarm.
Indoor and outdoor cameras will be available in the second and third quarters of this year, respectively, for $100 and $120, respectively.
In addition to the new cameras, D-Link has introduced AI detection to other security cameras, which allows them to sense the state of a person in the picture. In addition, AI supports glass breaking detection, which works when someone breaks a window or knocks something off a shelf.
At the same time, the two new cameras can support up to 256GB microSD cards for on-board video storage, and ONVIF Profile S can stream and store content into personal NAS, plus free and paid cloud storage options.