Ooma launches face recognition home camera
11 January 2018 14:56 GMT

Internet phone firm Ooma has branched out into biometric security with a new home surveillance camera.

The AI-powered home security camera Butterfleye uses a facial recognition system. Its camera maps faces, automatically prompts you to create profiles for familiar faces, and seamlessly links to raw video footage that was recorded in 1080 full HD. It has onboard image processing, advanced battery technology, and 16GB of internal storage.

Butterfleye was recently acquired by Ooma and is being showcased at CES as both a standalone security camera and as an integrated component of the Ooma Home Security system.

Using face recognition, Ooma Home Security provides consumers with a network of protection that includes door and window sensors, motion detectors, water sensors, and important communications features like advanced 911.