It will be viewed and controlled via todays leading mobile devices and also delivers 3D like monitoring experience. The visitors of the CES 2015 will be the first to experience this technology.
IC Real Tech is the global innovator of Internet of Things enabled video technology solutions and is now planning to introduce its ALLIE, a 720-degree video monitoring camera at the CES 2015. Plus the company has received the CES 2015 Innovations Award in both Digital Imaging and SmartHome Categories.
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The camera can be checked and experienced live at IC Real Tech’s exhibit at the CES 2015 located in the Sands Expo, booth number 70223 from the 6th to the 9th of January. Plus the company is organizing its CES press release on the 4th of January at the Mandalay Bay.
ALLIE is basically a dual-lens camera that can be attached or mounted on a countertop and easily connected to the Wi-Fi. Monitoring is achieved via any wireless mobile device such as iPads, iPhones, Android devices and many more. Recording is made possible through the camera’s integrated SD card and an optional cloud recording service that the company will offer along the camera.
Moreover the camera also has incorporated Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and cellular technologies along with proprietary video analytics which make possible home automation control via such gestures as the wave of a user’s hand. As ALLIE is a portable camera it comes with a built-in rechargeable battery, so users can make videos anywhere they want for example at sporting and musical events.
Now you should also know that IC Real Tech is going to be displaying several different versions of the camera at the CES 2015. There is a 26 megapixel ALLIE Pro, which is a sleek and slim camera for the professional security market that takes the place of multiple security cameras and can save on your costs.
Then there is the ALLIE Home which is an elegant designed camera for the DIY homeowner and then there is the ALLIE Play which is shaped like a rocket and so it goes with its name.
The ALLIE Pro is going to be made available in the markets by March and is said to be priced at $3000. The ALLIE HOME and ALLIE Play are scheduled to reach the market by late 2015 and will be kept under the $500 MSRP each.
Dominic Sharlette the Senior VP of Retail IP Development and Sales said that the navigating experience, the SmartHome features and portability of the ALLIE all make it one of the kind product and is going to be really successful. He explained that the company was quite excited and confident that the ALLIE will quickly become the first choice for the DIY market.
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The ALLIE will be exhibited and showcased at the CES 2015 just like many other new products and technologies by other companies. The CES 2015 will be held in Las Vegas from the 6th to the 9th of January so do not miss it.