BuddyGuard Flare Raised €3.4 Million in Funds for its Launch in U.S.
A Berlin startup company that offered an AI-powered home security camera has raised about 3.4 million Euros in funds for the launch of its new product called the BuddyGuard Flare. This product was originally started a Kickstarter campaign back in the year 2015; now it has funds from leading electrical specialist Bachmann group and about 20 other unnamed funders across Europe.
Flare stands out
BuddyGuard Flare has been a similar product like the Google Nest Cam and the Netgear’s Arlo but has one key feature that makes it stand out from rest of them, and that is Flare is an AI-powered home security camera. The AI system has been integrated within the device and not on the cloud service which helps Flare decide if a certain issue is to be informed to the owner of the house or to the Alarm Monitoring Centre.
It can actively recognize sounds from its surrounding, and decide whether the sounds are suspicious and potentially dangerous, or just something common. This helps BuddyGuard Flare to send the user only important notifications to his phone instead of sending a stockpile of notifications which is the case with Google Nest Cam and Arlo. The Flare has 130 degrees 1080 HD camera that is supposed to be placed at the main entrance point; the shutter of this camera will shut up once the owner is home. The Flare home security camera will also detect the voice of the owners to help it better recognize any cases of emergency or danger.
BuddyGaurd Flare has been yet a unique Home Security Camera with voice recognition and AI to back it up.
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