ADT Pulse has new video motion sensor technology
BOCA RATON, Fla.—ADT today introduced new video motion sensor technology to provide ADT Pulse customers with improved security and home automation, according to a company statement.
The upgrade allows user to schedule actions when motion is detected by indoor or outdoor wireless cameras, and to receive instant email or text message alerts with video clips of the activity. The clips can be stored for up to 30 days on the ADT Pulse web portal.
“ADT’s product engineers performed extensive quality testing at our Innovation Lab to perfect the new motion detection feature,” Tony Wells, chief marketing officer at ADT, said in the statement. “This superior technology ensures our customers have a reliable experience every time they use our system, and gives them greater power to control their homes remotely from any location, helping to more easily protect and connect to what matters most.”
The new video motion feature allows customers to monitor family members, determine when people or mail packages arrive at home, and lock and unlock doors remotely based on knowledge gleaned from video clips, the statement noted.