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Nest CEO wants to make your home even smarterWith updates to the entire Nest line-up of safety and comfort tech, the smart home of the future is already here, says Nest founder and CEO Tony Fadell.
[MUSIC] Today Nest is refreshing its entire product lineup. Every one of our products has either new software or all new hardware and software. So the Nest learning thermostat has a software upgrade. If your temperature is too hot or too cold in your house, we'll send you a message to your phone. We also are updating the software so that it works with Nest Protect. So that if there's a fire in your home We don't blow smoke or extra oxygen inside the home and it shuts down the Nest learning thermostat immediately and sends you a notice to let you know that that's happening. On the Nest protect, all new hardware, we've designed it from the ground up to have a split spectrum sensor. Drop cam today has now been sunsetted and is now called Nest cam. All of our drop cam customers will be fully supported by Nest In the Nest Cam, all new hardware. 1080P great video quality and a versatile stand and service to allow you to put your Nest Cam anywhere and enjoy high quality video. One thing we were asked was safety temperature alerts. So on Nest Learning Thermostat, they wanted to know when their home was getting too hot or too cold and they wanted to make sure their pipes weren't freezing or maybe something in their house their plants were dying because it was too hot. so we put that feature in specifically because the customers requested it. And we've been doing feature upgrades for all generations of Nest learning thermostats. As well as Nest protect continually, to deliver ont he promise of software updates to your hardware. So, you don't have to put new hardware in your home every 18 or every 24 months like you do a smartphone. We wanted to make software the enabler not always the hardware.