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Home Security Solution Uses Bot-Enabled AI

By Ken Briodagh February 22, 2017

In a recent announcement, Internet of Things (IoT) software company People Power has released its Pro Security white-label home security solution designed to help digital service providers like utilities, telecoms, cable operators and manufacturers bring smart home services to customers.

This new solution allows users to employ new bot services for faster construction and smart home intelligence implementation, and the People Power IoT Gateway to deliver Internet security. Built for digital service providers, this is designed to be a white-label solution that integrates Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies through the use of bots that constantly listen to and understand real-time data streams from a user’s life to learn patterns and produce more intelligent outcomes. The solution includes an array of expandable hardware products and advanced sensors to accelerate time-to-market delivery of consumer IoT programs.

The bot solutions include:

  • False Alarm Reduction Bot that implements CP-01 ANSI/SIA standards,
  • Entry Sensor Intelligence Bot to eliminate false alarms at entry points,
  • Motion Sensor Intelligence Bot that learns the characteristics of sensors and provides feedback,
  • Preventative Maintenance Bot that notifies administrators of hardware problems
  • Thinking Out Loud Bot that communicates reasons for decisions and home health reports
  • Intelligent Lighting Bot that learns normal patterns of lighting for simulating occupancy
  • Intermittent Reinforcement Bot that sends intermittent compliments to reinforce arming the security system
  • Leak Sensor Intelligence Bot that monitors water leaks

People Power is also providing developer access to the new People Power Bot Lab and Bot Server to explore the creation of new services for smart homes and buildings.

“Our announcement today identifies the moment when artificial intelligence for IoT systems moves from the theoretical to the everyday practical,” said Gene Wang, CEO, People Power. “An industry first, our bots are on the job learning and producing highly-imaginative and valuable IoT outcomes. If a smart home isn’t learning constantly with bot-enabled AI, then consider it outdated.”




Edited by Alicia Young

Editorial Director

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