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Your WiFi PIR motion sensor may help make your house smarter and safer by offering remote home monitoring by delivering push notifications to your smartphone when motion is detected.
By discriminating between the differences in IR radiation emitted by human bodies and other things, the passive infrared (PIR) sensor in a video surveillance camera may identify intruders.
Typical security cameras are made to record video for later search and playback. Using passive infrared technology, a passive infrared sensor picks up the infrared light generated by a warm object.
PIR sensors in burglar alarms work in conjunction with relays, which are electrical components that transmit electricity across two contacts, to sound an alarm.
The Global Wireless PIR camera market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Agility 3 security system is compatible with the eyeWAVE Wireless PIR Camera Detector, a battery-operated PIR detector with an integrated camera for visual verification.
The camera records and transmits a series of images to the Agility 3 control panel in response to an intrusion event or at the request of the homeowner. The control panel then sends the images via GPRS or IP communication to a remote server or to the software running the central monitoring station.
The homeowner receives the pictures and can see them online at www.riscocloud.com or on a smartphone using the iRISCO App. Self-monitoring is made possible by the visual verification feature, which also helps to cut down on false alarms, giving homeowners more peace of mind while saving the central monitoring station time and resources. Every image is kept on the RISCO Cloud server for potential analysis in the future.
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