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Beseye Pro surveillance camera with facial recognition available in Singapore

By Liu Hongzuo - on 12 Jan 2017, 5:05pm

Beseye Pro surveillance camera with facial recognition available in Singapore

The current generation of home security cameras comes with cloud storage and smartphone-connected surveillance, on top of decent sensors for movement and sound. Naturally, the next step would be to incorporate basic artificial intelligence and aid regular home vigilance checks. The Beseye Pro is exactly that – a home security camera with A.I. features, allowing it to recognize faces and moving objects while you’re away.

The camera records events with a 2.38mm 2-megapixel lens with HD resolution (720p), 125-degrees field of view, and an aperture of f/2.2 supported by digital zoom. It is further aided with magnetic free-rotation that “locks” the camera to its base, providing a secure grip and flexibility in positioning the camera.

The biggest feature is the integrated Artificial Intelligence support, which gives the camera facial recognition, people detection, and soon, video summary functionality. The first two uses machine-training to recognize specific persons to better detect unfamiliar trespassers, and video summary will intelligently highlight interesting or curious events captured on camera, with the information and footage fed to a paired iOS or Android OS smartphone for viewing.

The camera also comes with a two-way microphone, so the user can listen in and communicate through the camera, which can help when interacting with pets at home. Interactions between the user and the Beseye Pro are secured using 256-SSL encryption. For connectivity, it uses Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n. It’s also packed with features like an automatic on/off switch, IFTTT support, and IR-LED night vision with an effective range of eight to 10m.

The Beseye Pro IP camera retails at S$299 each, and it’s available at iStudio, Lazada Singapore, and Axtro Smart.

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