The company claims that these AI features will run on the edge instead of in the cloud, meaning that they should technically be able to work faster and offer more accurate results. According to Rayan Fakhro, product line manager, consumer solutions, at D-Link Systems, “Cameras tell us when our kids arrive home from school, how the pets are doing, when packages arrive, and more. We need those notifications to be accurate. With our specially trained AI-based person and glass break detection, our cameras can do that.”
In addition to announcing these new features for their cameras, D-Link has also announced a couple of new cameras that they’ll be adding to their lineup. This includes an outdoor model that comes with a spotlight and a siren that will be priced at $119.99, and an indoor model with panning that will offer up 360-degree views, which will be priced at $99.99.