Sunflower Labs’ Drone-Enabled Security System Combines AI with Advanced Drone Technology

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Sunflower Labs unveiled its Home Awareness Security System at CES 2020 earlier this month, and it's pretty darn neat.

The  system comes with an autonomous drone that can be used to get live coverage of any area of a property, as well as special high-tech sensors that can create a detailed map of the property in real-time.

The catch? It's selling for just under $10,000—pretty steep for those of us who just want an alarm to go off when an intruder tries to break in. But maybe just right for a certain clientele.

Read today's article to learn more about how the system works and to get some thoughts on who exactly it was made for.

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Soon everyone will realize drones should be seriously regulated. Those chinese chip companies that

the feds are regulating are inside these drones like the dji stuff. Way too much invasion of privacy just

to make a buck and control your life.



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What if you live in a no fly zone (like within a couple miles of an airport)? Is the thing smart enough not to launch in unfavorable conditions (e.g. high wind, heavy rain)?

If I was serious about breaking into a place, I'd cause some diversion that causes a drone launch. Then wait for the battery to run out and break in while the drone is recharging. Drone probably can't fly for more than about 20 minutes.

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