Ranger IQ is an award winning AI-enabled smart home security camera
Features include human recognition and tracking, Sony Starlight sensor, and built in abnormal sound detector
No blind spots – capable of rotating 355 degrees and tilting 90 degrees for maximum field of vision
Compatible with home assistants like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant
See, hear, watch and speak with this award winning, connected, smart home security solution.
Imou has announced the availability of its award winning, world first Artificial Internet of Things (AIoT) home security camera, Ranger IQ. It combines the latest AI and motion tracking technology with a hypermobile camera system and easy-to-use app, delivering premium security at an affordable price.
Looking sharp, day or night
Its sleek, spherical design allows the Ranger IQ to rotate 355 degrees and tilt 90 degrees, ensuring every corner of the room is covered, leaving zero blind spots. Android and iOS-compatibility means users can watch, store, and re-watch footage in Full HD, 1080p resolution using Imou’s Cloud service, wherever they have internet access.
The Ranger IQ also offers clear images in low light conditions thanks to the embedded Sony Starlight sensor. This advanced imaging technology offers vivid full-colour streaming even in low-light conditions, without sacrificing image quality when the sun goes down.
Follows and recognises
The Ranger IQ’s advanced AI human detection software automatically focuses on and quickly identifies and recognises human targets. Additionally, the Ranger IQ can track a target while live streaming and recording simultaneously – logging their movement around your home. It can even distinguish between humans and animals, saving pet owners in particular from false alarms or unnecessary worry.
Using Airfly technology, the Ranger IQ can be connected to Imou’s range of motion detectors, sirens and door sensors. This means it can get to know your home habits, alerting you when it detects unusual activity. It can even be set to deter unwelcome strangers with a built in siren, and the Two-Way Talk feature is perfect for interacting with pets or visitors who unexpectedly drop by.
In addition to being packed with convenient features, the Ranger IQ also detects abnormal sounds via its built-in siren. This sends users an alert to their smartphone if it hears anything out of the ordinary within the home, such as a baby crying or breaking glass, keeping you aware of what’s going on, even if you’re not there.
“Alexa, show me my camera”
Compatible with smart home assistants including Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant, the Ranger IQ allows users to operate the camera without having to lift a finger.
But if a homeowner wants some privacy for themselves and their guests, Ranger IQ’s convenient Privacy Mode means one tap automatically lowers the camera’s lens, protecting personal privacy while you’re at home.
Available to buy on Amazon for the affordable price of £85.99 RRP, the Ranger IQ sets to revolutionise affordable security, offering homeowners customisable and connected peace of mind, protecting what’s inside your home, wherever you are: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Imou-Security-Surveillance-Detection-Starlight/dp/B081VB77QW/
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Imou, whose parent company is Dahua Technology, is a world-leading video-centric smart IoT solution and service provider. With 19 years of expertise in the industry, the company serves global IoT users with a “3-in-1” business system encompassing Imou Cloud, smart devices and intelligent technologies.
Designed for home and small and medium-sized business (SMB) users, Imou provides comprehensive smart IoT solutions for different scenarios. The open cloud platform that allows third-party integration makes Imou perfect for building smart IoT ecosystems, creating greater value for partners and users.
Dahua Technology also has been ranked 2nd for five years in a row in the global CCTV & video surveillance equipment market – https://cdn.ihs.com/www/pdf/1218/IHSMarkit-Security-Technologies-Trends-2019.pdf