The blades are shrouded and Ring says that its collision-avoidance technology is good enough to zoom around the tight spaces of your home. But for extra protection, they can buy a $200 device from Amazon's Ring.
Ring has chose to solve this problem by launching (if you'll forgive the pun) a flying indoor camera called the Always Home Cam.
Ring will be stepping up its efforts to make its security products secure for users by enabling end-to-end video encryption later this year.
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Much like any decent robot vacuum cleaner, the drone will be able to return to its dock under its own steam when it needs to recharge, taking things out of your hands. The auto alarm runs on Amazon's Sidewalk wireless network. The Emergency Crash Assist feature, meanwhile, will request help is a crash is detected, while saying "Alexa, I'm being pulled over" will signal the device to record the interaction and save it to the cloud. With Ring Car Connect, they'll be able to see it in the Ring app. Another feature called Traffic Stop lets auto owners say "Alexa, I'm being pulled over" to trigger a recording.
The new Ring vehicle devices will be available starting in 2021. There is also a physical camera shutter.
The drone will integrate nicely with existing Ring alarm systems, as you'd hope, meaning that a triggered alarm can cause it to set off for a reconnaisance mission through your home, to go look at the relevant area to check what's up. A cover for the Car Cam can prevent snooping; audio can be disabled, too.
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As mentioned, these three new Ring products will be available as early as next year, which will retail for $59.99 for the Ring Car Alarm, while the Ring Car Cam and Car Connect both cost $199.99 apiece - add-on connectivity plans excluded. "What I love about the Always Home Cam is that it really does solve this problem of being one cam for all - it allows you to now see every angle of the home, in every part of the home", said Ring founder and CEO Jamie Siminoff to TechCrunch.
Building off the Ring Car Connect API, we created an aftermarket device specifically designed for Tesla models 3, X, S, and Y. With this, we've created a way to view Tesla Sentry Mode and recorded driving footage directly in the Ring App over WiFi or LTE.
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