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Prying eyes and devious sensors – Security products utilizing automation
In recent decades, the security of the public space, but also that of objects and properties have risen sharply. Security camera is a given, access to numerous buildings requires a pass and instance airports are even iris scanners available to verify the identity of a person.
The feeling of insecurity among citizens and politicians respond to this, as a grown industry for security products are identifiable causes. But there’s more; the technology has improved so much and moreover dropped in price that placing a security system in your home for virtually everyone has become feasible.
Where as security cameras, alarms and sensors in the past, yet autonomous systems, these devices can also communicate more often with other platforms, both locally and over the internet. Within an automation setting this opens interesting possibilities. After our introduction of automation, the treatment of energy-saving products and a look at smart lighting we see in Part Four of this series background of developments in the field of security and home automation.Viewing:-169
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