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69. Summertime, and the living is easy — especially for burglars. While you’re out of town chasing the sun, it’s easier for thieves to case your house for a quick plunder. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, burglaries are around 10% more likely in the summer than in the winter, a number that makes sense when you think of people leaving windows and patio doors open to let in the fresh air. Unfortunately, they also give bad guys good opportunities to get in and out. Technology will rarely stop a bad guy from breaking into your place. But are six ways that smart home devices can either scare them off or alert you to a burglary in progress. Keep tabs on who’s coming and going Netatmo Welcome Netatmo Web security cameras are getting smarter all the time, and the Netatmo Welcome is on its way to becoming brilliant. About the size of a pepper mill, this cylindrical camera has subtle styling, so it looks at home on an entryway table. And that’s the ideal placement for it, because its facial recognition technology can tell you when the kids are home from school or when a stranger has entered your home. But the $199 device is more than just a camera.

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Examples of the second type of response include sending a second type of notification to a user of a client device. In some implementations, when the client device 220 loads the user mobile application 624 associated with the doorbell camera 106, the application 624 initiates a live video and/or audio connection to the doorbell camera, and allows video and audio information to stream within a predetermined duration of time e. g. Further, in some implementations, the user mobile application 624 displays an event list of events detected form the video and audio information received from the doorbell camera 106. Each event of the event list of events is represented by a thumbnail on a user interface of the user mobile application 624. In some implementations, the user mobile application 624 stores location information of a plurality of cameras used in the smart home environment 100, including the doorbell camera 106. In some implementations, the doorbell camera 106, the client device 220 and the remote server 164 allow a user to interact with a visitor to a smart home environment 100 via an electronic greeting system of the smart home environment 100. The server 164 obtains motion data from a smart device e. g. , the doorbell camera 106, and identifies based on analysis of the motion data a motion event involving a visitor approaching an entryway e. g.