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D-Link’s New Outdoor Wi-Fi Camera Uses ‘Person Detection’ To Reduce False Alarms

D-Link has launched a new Wi-Fi surveillance camera which uses AI edge-based person detection to recognise human motion, reducing the risk of false alarms.

The DCS-8302LH is equipped with Full HD 1080p clarity, a built-in microphone, speaker and support for Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.

It is also weather resistant and can be suitable for both indoor and outdoor installation, with Wi-Fi support and a wide operating temperature tolerance.

Ethernet is also built-in for the option of a wired connection.

D-Link says the AI person detection can intelligently identify human motion so users receive relevant detection notifications and less false alarms when the ‘intruder’ is wind or a tree branch.

“D-Link’s newest Full HD Outdoor Wi-Fi Camera lets you easily monitor what is happening in and outside homes as well as small offices or shop,” D-Link said in a press release.

“Whether it’s for keeping a closer eye on the children and pets, or for catching intruders and shoplifters, the DCS-8302LH is an ideal surveillance solution.”

The DCS-8302LH Full HD Outdoor Wi-Fi Camera is available now from www.dlink.com.au (RRP AUD$199.95), www.dlink.co.nz (RRP NZ$249.99) and from all authorised D-Link partners and retailers in both countries.

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