CES 2020: New Swann Security
Australian Company Swann Communications whose operation spans several Countries has significantly expanded their connected home portfolio while delivering for business improved security options such as night for day streaming from their security cameras as well as new improved facial recognition camera options.
Their home portfolio now includes new door cameras that are slimmer than previous models also coming are new floodlight security cameras with built in alarms and detection technology.
According to Chief Technology Officer Alex Taleveski the Company is expanding their prevention capability with voice activation and noise sensing technology able to alert a consumer to a potential problem before a theft or break-in.
With Swann consumers will have a choice of wired or wireless devices in 2020 with their next-gen, wire-free connections to a home 2.4Ghz Wi-Fi home network.
Swann’s line-up now includes the all new Wi-Fi Security Tracker Camera (CES 2020 Innovation Award Honouree) as well as a Wire-Free Security Camera and Wire-Free Doorbell & Chime.
All their new devices now respond to Google or Amazon Alexa voice commands with the voice activated Wire-Free range and Swann Wi-Fi Indoor Security Tracker Camera set to be launched in Australia shortly.
Among the products available from the Melbourne based security Company is the Swann 1080p Alert Indoor security camera SWIFI-ALERTCAM
At $119.95 (twin pack $229.95), the camera has two-way audio also allows users to talk to their guests or warn off intruders with a siren. T
the camera can be set up on a smartphone via Wi-Fi within minutes.
Swann 1080p Spotlight Outdoor security camera SWIFI-SPOTCAM At $189.95 (twin pack $379.95) two LED spotlights to enable colour night vision, It has the same functionality as the indoor camera.
If you need extra light, Swann also makes a 2500 lumens ‘floodlight’ Wi-Fi security camera (permanent fixture that can replace para-flood lights).
There is also a new slim Swann Wire-Free Video Doorbell & Chime.
This is one of the smallest integrated video doorbells. A 1080p HD camera with a 180° wide-viewing angle, optional 10-person facial recognition and a two-way talk feature. It runs on replaceable batteries or hardwired into an existing standard doorbell connection.
It comes with a portable battery-powered chime unit with 36 melodies.
The award-winning device that USA Today as well as CES gave a gong to is the Swann Wi-Fi Indoor Security Tracker Camera.
This is the world’s first ‘non-mechanical’ pan and tilt camera that measures light and movement flow.
It takes a higher-res, wider angle image and electronically clips, auto zooms and tracks moving objects.
It has a micro-SD card slot for on-camera storage.
All of their devices can be accessed and managed via the Swann App.
Via this app you will be able to see live footage from multiple cameras, wherever you are, receive push notifications when activity is detected (less false positives with True Detect).
The camera’s software can recognise up to 10 people or pet faces
This one app which was developed in Melbourne allows a user to control all of Swann’s wired and wireless devices (wired DVR and NVR systems, powered Wi-Fi cameras, wire-free cameras and video doorbells etc).
The technology is so good that when the app and the Swann security devices are connected it’s like taking your house to work or on holiday with you as one can see and hear what’s going on back home said one observer.