D-Link has announced the latest additions to its mydlink family with cameras featuring edge-based person detection with artificial intelligence (AI) technology, said to allow for more intelligent and personal automation and surveillance in the home.
As well as being compatible with other devices in the mydlink ecosystem, the new cameras, which were launched at the CES in Las Vegas this month, also work with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, as well as conform to the ONVIF standard. Additionally, all feature the latest industry-standard 128-bit wireless encryption, built-in Bluetooth for faster setup, cloud recording and work with the free mydlink app for remote viewing and management.
The new line-up includes the DCS-8630LH and DCS-8627LH Full HD outdoor Wi-Fi spotlight cameras with features including colour and infra-red night vision, glass-break detection and speaker/siren with two- way audio.
The DCS-8526LH Full HD pan/tilt pro Wi-Fi model comes with auto motion tracking, panorama view selection and physical privacy mode while the DCS-8302LH Full HD indoor/outdoor Wi-Fi camera has a built-in Ethernet port for wired connection and built-in microphone and speaker with siren. Finally, there is the DCS-8000LHV2 mini Full HD Wi-Fi camera in a compact 3.7 x 4.5 x 9.5cm size.
Availability and pricing will be announced later this year.