The Netatmo Presence will monitor specific zones for people, cars, and animals to keep a diligent eye out while minimizing false alarms.
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Netatmo still needs work, but it breaks new ground with facial recognition and shows enough prowess with that feature to be worth a look for anyone interested in cutting edge camera tech.
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This system works well, but the appeal might be too limited to justify the price.
The Netatmo Presence is smarter than your average connected cam and knows the difference between people, cars and animals.
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