D-Link's mydlink Smart Home lineup has consistently seen new products being introduced since the branding was launched in 2014. As machine learning and AI become more widespread, many edge devices have started to incorporate those features. D-Link's new IP cameras are following the script. The interesting aspect is that these features are being implemented at the edge, rather than the cloud (as has been done in many of the IP cameras currently in the market). In addition to the regular face / object detection features used for identification of different persons, the new cameras also come with glass break detection. Doing this at the edge ensures that there is minimal latency in the provision of alerts. The DCS-8302LH is the indoor model priced at $100...
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