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Netvue Releases World’s First Artificial Intelligence Doorbell

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release states, “Netvue on Wednesday announced its latest innovation, Belle, a smart doorbell featuring Artificial Intelligence of voice interaction, facial recognition, HD live streaming and motion sensing, in addition to other mainstream functions of a Wi-Fi doorbell product. It offers a leading-edge approach to respond to visitors and surroundings of the house. Belle will be available on Kickstarter on Jan. 16, 2018, starting at $129, as well as on exhibit at #42925, Sands Hall at CES 2018. Powered by an HD live camera and two-way audio, Belle functions as a 24/7 on-shift liaison between the house owners and their visitors. Through Netvue’s mobile app, the real-time view in front of the home entrance is available with a network connection and communicates with guests on a constant basis even when the house owner is away from home. With the infrared night vision, video monitoring in the dark is no longer a blurry sight.”

The release goes on, “Belle’s integration with AI technology makes it stand out among its competitors. Leveraging AI deep learning and voice interaction, Belle is capable of having intelligent interaction with people by constantly studying and adapting to human behavior and speech pattern. Supported by the facial recognition technology, Belle is able to remember and identify frequent visitors. Besides greeting them with basic conversation, Belle will distribute visiting requests via Netvue’s mobile app to the respective home member for remote instructions. As a smart doorbell passing on fun and joy, it even comes in choices of three personalities to choose from. Beyond its HD live feed and AI integration, Belle has also offered advanced motion alert and cloud video recording service. Its motion detection zones and sensibility can be customized to avoid false alerts like street traffic and focus on objects getting close to the front door.”

Read more at Newswire.

Photo credit: Netvue

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