Nest Secure Security Cameras are expected to become available to retailers and consumers in the first half of 2018.
The Nest Secure Series wireless security camera is designed to give users an additional level of privacy by automatically locking down their home from wireless devices and also encrypts and stores data on a smart device.
Key featuresThe Nest Security Series smart home security camera uses the latest wireless technology to automatically lock down a device when not in use.
This feature is built into the Nest Secure app and is supported on a wide range of smart home products including thermostats, thermostat control, lights and cameras.
The camera uses a proprietary encryption technology, which Nest claims is “designed to protect the privacy of the Nest users”.
Nest Secure security cameras are compatible with all Nest products, from thermostatic control to lighting controls.
The security camera will be available to retail stores in the months to come, with pricing set to start at $99.
The Nest Secure home security cameras will also be compatible with a range of third-party products, including smart lighting control systems.
In order to get the most out of the cameras, consumers will need to use their Nest Secure membership for up to three years, which will include the cameras being locked down when not being used.
The company says the Nest Security series will be more secure than other security cameras and is designed with an intelligent algorithm to make sure the camera is only used for the purposes it is intended to be used for.
Nest says the security camera has an auto-lock feature that automatically locks down the camera when not on the device.
“The Nest security cameras have been designed to make Nest secure and secure, so that it’s never been more secure,” Nest said in a statement.
“By enabling the automatic unlocking feature on Nest security, we can ensure that the Nest security camera remains secure when the camera cannot be used.”
Nest says the smart security cameras feature will be supported on thermostatically controlled lights and appliances, and smart lighting controllers.