American startup developed home-monitoring drone

05 October 2017
American startup developed home-monitoring drone

California-based startup Aevena has launched a Kickstarter campaign, seeking to fund the production of their home-monitoring smart drone, Aire. A device provides each user with a livestream inside the house using a mobile app.

A cylindrical drone has 4 ultrasonic sensors and two cameras inside – a 3D depth camera for detecting and avoiding obstacles and a main 4K camera with night vision.

With a ducted fan design, Aire is quite enough in order not to bother you.

You can control a device either by voice (using Alexa voice assistant) or via the mobile app – if you are not at home.

Aire can also detect any abnormal sound and send an alert to the owner if no one is at home.

Drone Expo 2017: American startup developed home-monitoring drone

At the time of this writing, the project has raised $ 74,926 with its $ 50,000 goal for its Kickstarter campaign.


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