What Is the Future of Home Surveillance?

What Is the Future of Home Surveillance?
May 28, 2019 Rechenberg
What Is the Future of Home Surveillance

Technological breakthroughs have been constantly hitting the headlines in recent years and at this point, it is hard to know what the world will be like in the next five years.

These new technologies are proving to be disruptive in that they are significantly altering the way we live and go about our day to day activities.

They have an impact on almost every aspect of our lives and one area is which there has been a notable impact is home security.

Security measures have become high tech and more effective than ever – gone are the days where a simple fence and analogue alarm systems were used to protect our homes.

The rise of smart homes, IoT, and integrated security systems and surveillance has become a crucial part of our current level of security.

Let’s take a look now at some of the things that will headline the future of surveillance.

Enhanced Cameras

Modern technology has made most devices intelligent and the cameras of the future may be similar.

The cameras of the future may be programmed to focus on particular objects or things.

For instance, if the sole role of a camera was to monitor the movement of people in and out of a particular building, the camera would be able to distinguish between people and animals, ensuring that only the people are recorded.

Having one of these cameras on your gate will alert you when someone tries to intrude but won’t notify you if it’s an animal, depending on how you have programmed it.

Reactive Surveillance

With the rise of IoT, more devices will be able to connect and communicate with each other.

This will lead to the rise of reactive surveillance such that cameras will not only send footage to your device and leave it to you to react to what is happening there.

Intelligent cameras will be programmed to control the actions of other security components of a house such as the doors, windows, and alarms.

This way, rather than a camera simply helping to watch a particular space, it can trigger other devices to scare away the burglar or even trap them in an area.

Such concepts will be used to make home security systems more independent and at times, you won’t be required to do much since the system will take care of most things.

The possibilities for home surveillance are endless and none of us knows for sure how things will pan out in the next couple of years.

From the look of things, devices will be more intelligent and surveillance will benefit from this greatly.

The footage obtained from your surveillance systems will be used to direct other parts of your home security to do certain things and this will be the basis of an all smart home.

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