Netatmo may not be a household name, but the Paris-based company certainly wants to be the centerpiece of your future home. It’s already come out with a smart thermostat, a weather station/air monitor, and a wearable UV detector, and now the company is introducing a Wi-Fi security camera that uses facial recognition to identify your houseguests.
The Netatmo Welcome was unveiled at CES this year, but it hasn’t been publicly available until today. Like most other home-monitoring products on the market today, the tall-boy-sized camera uses a super-wide-angle (130 degrees) lens and streaming video to let you look in on your home.
Read more: http://www.wired.com/2015/06/nifty-home-security-camera-recognizes-faces/