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Sunflower Labs home security drone system

Sunflower Labs, a startup building home security drone system, designs its own aircraft. The drone has a domed top to reduce noise surrounded by four propellers and four ultrasound sensors for collision avoidance. 

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Sunflower Labs home security drone system

The Sunflower Labs drone emerges from its "hive" base station. It's part of a home security system set to go on sale in 2020.

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Sunflower Labs home security drone system

The Sunflower Labs drone can be set to sweep your property, following a preset course.

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Sunflower Labs home security drone system

Sunflower Labs' security system begins with sidewalk lights that also house motion and vibration detectors.

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Sunflower Labs home security drone system

Sunflower Labs' "hive" base station houses and charges the "bee" home security drone.

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Sunflower Labs home security drone system

Sunflower Labs CEO Alex Pachikov holds one of his company's motion detectors.

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Sunflower Labs home security drone system

Sunflower Labs' drone rests in a dished compartment with copper charging contacts.

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Sunflower Labs home security drone system

The Sunflower Labs "bee" drone has a main camera to peer at your property. It points inward from your property boundary to avoid concerns from neighbors that you're snooping.

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