Nest Hello seeks to solve the dilemma of knowing who knocks on the door thanks to its detection of people and faces

Nest, the company focused on home automation and Internet of Things owned by Alphabet, today has decided to launch its new range of products aimed at home security.

Nest Hello, the ‘smart’

Hello is the first ring with Nest video, which not only incorporates a camera, but a whole system of facial recognition that will help us to know who is at the door.

The Hello camera records video at 720p in 4: 3 format with HDR, plus a 160-degree wide-angle lens. We also have LED light to illuminate the entrance and even microphone and speaker to communicate with the person at the door. The ringer has a Bluetooth connection LE to link to our smartphone so that you can see the person in real time.

The detection of people and facial recognition is inherited from the camera Nest Cam IQ, which in theory will know how to identify people of trust and strangers notifying us with different sounds.