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, a ZigBee chip that regularly sends out messages regarding the occupancy of the room and the amount of light in the room, including instantaneous messages coincident with the occupancy sensor detecting the presence of a person in the room. As mentioned above, these messages may be sent wirelessly e. g. , using the mesh network from node to node i. e. , smart device to smart device within the smart home network 202 as well as over the Internet 162 to the server system 164.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

Technological inventions and improvements around the world is bringing the need for safety and security in everything. Keeping one’s home safe and secure has been one of the most discussed topics. Early in the days gate and a lock on it meant the home was safe, then followed the grill system in the verandah which further went to windows and now despite keeping all the windows and doors shut people are having to rely on technology to safe guard their home and property. Certain technological advancements are made at an economical price to make it affordable to layman. Cameras, door and window sensors, smoke and fire alarms, doorbell cameras are a few of the quotable inventions in recent times. Surveillance camera is starting to become a need of the hour.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

Viewed from the top, the back half of the doorbell is flat to sit flush with a wall or door frame. The front side is flat along the top and bottom edge but has curves similar to the company's Galaxy S series flagships at the left and right hand edge. No indication is given with regard to scale but, based on the size of the camera sensors in relation to the overall size of the doorbell, it wouldn't likely be much larger than a few inches wide. Background: Samsung has had at least some experience in the category of camera enabled doorbells and similar technologies thanks in part to former subsidiary Hanwha Techwin and its SmartCam lineup. However, it has been quite some time since any new products were launched under the Samsung branding. Finalization of the sale of Samsung Techwin to Hanwha Group was completed in 2015, with the newly merged company rebranding as Hanwha Techwin. The Korean tech giant's efforts in the space since that split have been almost entirely non existent. Hanwha Techwin has gone on to continue making cameras and still utilizes Samsung's SmartCam and WiseNet branding as well as online services for the storage and subscription services side of the business. That means that signing up for or checking in on a subscription still relies on Samsung SmartCam site. That includes intelligent face recognition and subsequent alert features which aren't at all unlikely to find their way into Samsung's own cameras if it does decide to release some based on the patented design. Impact: There are some key differences between Samsung's previous offerings in the space, those sold under Hanwha's WiseNet branding, and Samsung's newly patented doorbell camera.