SimCam® Unveils AI security camera, world’s first On-Device AI camera protecting privacy

SimCam® Unveils AI security camera, World's first On-Device AI camera. No more cloud fees, also simplifies data analysis and most importantly, ensures your privacy.

October 21, 2019 /PressReleaseAgency/ —

SimCam® Unveils AI security camera, World's first On-Device AI camera. No more cloud fees, also simplifies data analysis and most importantly, ensures your privacy.

To enhance privacy rights and consumer protection, The CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) becomes effective on January 1, 2020.

Are you still using those security cameras without any privacy protection? With the continuous development of the era of big data, the privacy of consumers has been violated and even used for improper profitability emerges endlessly!

Usually, the motion detection of the security camera can only effective after paying for the cloud fees which means your data will be uploaded to a third place to analyze. SIMCAM camera, the world’s first On-Device security camera would not need any cloud fees. All the data would be analied on local. The inter movidious Myriad 2 VPU allows the camera to figure out people, object and pets, and will detect motion, designated monitoring area and 99% Facial Recognition Accuracy.


Processor: Intel® Movidius™ Myriad™ 2 VPU 2450

Camera Sensor: OS05A20

Video Resolution: 1080P 30FPS

Field of View: 100°

Focal Length: 3.6mm

F/N: 2.5

Night Vision: Starlight level up to 50 feet

Video Compression: H.264

Gimbal: 360° Pan (optional)

Recording: 7×24 Hour Recording

Person Detection Distance: 33 feet

Face Recognition Distance: 15 feet

Object Monitoring Distance: 33 feet

Weather Resistance: IP66/IP65

Operating Temperature: -20℃ ~ 50℃

Audio System: Two-way chatting with mic and speaker; 8 ohm 1W Speaker; Sims Mic; Built-in Siren

Connectivity: Dual Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n 2.4GHz & 5GHz

AC Adapter Input: 100-240V AC, 50/60Hz, 0.65A

AC Adapter Output: 12V DC, 1A

Camera Input: 12V 1A

Storage: TF card up to 128GB

App: On-demand Live Video Access; On-demand Video Recording; On-demand Snapshot

Compatibility: IOS, Android 4.0 or later

Dimensions: 121mm x 72mm x 72mm

Weight: 245g

Guarantee consumers’ privacy, no monthly fee:

Local AI intelligence technology allows all data to be stored locally without paying for cloud storage, and no third party can access your information. SimCam will still run real-time analysis and will only trigger video recording when an event is triggered. You can also sync your videos to your home NAS system, and no one can access the data or watch the live stream. All data can be saved to a maximum 128GB Micro-SD card (purchased separately), also support for syncing to local NAS storage. SimCam records video to local storage so you can access videos from your smartphone easily and save the cloud storage costs.

Accelerated by Intel® Movidius™ Myriad™ 2 VPU 2450

The built-in Intel® chip increases processing speed by a factor of ten with a powerful deep neural network for real-time image analysis and multitasking with the highest accuracy.

With AI vision chips, SimCam can distinguish between people, animals or moving objects through its motion detection technology.

5 seconds back

Unlike other security cameras, you can only start recording later after waking up the camera, which would miss important moments. SimCam's pre-event recording time is 5 seconds, making it easy to see the sporting events that caused the system to record instantly.

No false alerts

False alarms are a major complaint issue for almost every security camera. With SimCam's AI Smart Detection feature, consumers are notified only when they need it.

Compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant

Working with IFTTT, SimCam can interact with many home devices and automate tasks simply based on AI detection of human activities. Meet the first AI vision trigger for future smart home.

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