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to hub devices and/or other client or electronic devices and for reviewing data captured by the devices e. g. , device status and settings, captured data, or other information regarding the hub device or other connected devices;a user interface module 622 for providing and displaying a user interface in which settings, captured data, and/or other data for one or more devices e. g. , smart devices 204 in smart home environment 100 can be configured and/or viewed;a client side module 628, which provides client side functionalities for device control, data processing and data review, including but not limited to: a hub device and device control module 6280 for generating control commands for modifying an operating mode of the hub device or the electronic devices in accordance with user inputs; anda data review module 6282 for providing user interfaces for reviewing data processed by the server system 164; and client data 630 storing data associated with the user account and electronic devices, including, but not limited to: account data 6300 storing information related to both user accounts loaded on the client device and electronic devices e. g.

safety alarms for elderly

01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

In bright daylight, the camera showed sharp details, providing a clear image of everything in the room. The Flir FX doesn't have the same clarity in ambient daylight, but still produces excellent video. In nighttime video tests, the Flir FX was a close second behind our top performer, Belkin NetCam HD+, though its video clarity weakened beyond 10 feet. security-systems.html">Setting up Flir FX is unusual, as it doesn't work until its batteries, one in the camera and one in its base, charge for at least 30 minutes. However, no other security camera in our review has a battery backup. We didn't like that the mobile app makes you hunt for the button to view video, which isn't as convenient as putting it on the main screen when the app opens.

home monitoring systems for elderly

01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

The row of IR illuminators 1105 provide adequate illumination without producing a bright red/visible glow that would result from fewer and more powerful IR illuminators. In some implementations, the lens assembly 704 is supported by a lens holder 1120 within the device housing 702, and the lens holder 1120 has a top edge raised towards the front cover plate 708 for blocking the infrared light generated by the array of IR illuminators 1105 from entering the lens assembly 704 directly. In some implementations, the IR illuminators 1105 include IR LEDs having a wavelength of 940 nanometers. In some implementations, the IR illuminators 1105 include IR LEDs having a wavelength of 850 nanometers. In some implementations, the image sensor for the doorbell camera 106 is less sensitive to 940 nm light than it is to 850 nm light. Therefore, IR LEDs having a 940 nm wavelength cause less interference with the image sensor than IR LEDs having an 850 nm wavelength. Further, in some implementations, a heat spreader 1128 is coupled to the IR illuminators 1105 to dissipate heat generated therefrom. The doorbell camera 106 may further include a speaker 1106 contained within a speaker box 1136 that is further disposed in proximity to speaker holes 718. When the speaker holes 718 are located on a bottom rim surface of the device housing 702, the speaker 1106 is placed behind the button assembly 1102 and faces the speaker holes 718. Given that the doorbell camera 106 includes both the microphone 1104 and the speaker 1106, a remote user may review live video streams captured by the camera module of the doorbell camera 106, and have a conversation in real time with the visitor. It is also desirable that the doorbell camera 106 can provide dynamic audio feedback to a user via the microphone 1104 and the speaker 1106.