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How Artificial Intelligence (AI) is Transforming Home Security

Artificial intelligence (also known as A.I.) is the ability of a computer, or a robot controlled by a computer, to do tasks that are usually done by humans. This happens because they require human intelligence and discernment. With this innovative technology, you could pretty much guess that the security industry has taken advantage of the opportunity to use artificial intelligence. Home security is an example of an area of the security industry that uses A.I., and it's helping to transform the way we live. There are several ways A.I. is transforming home security, so let's take a look at why you should get on board.

Cutting Down on Response Times and False Alarms

Using A.I. helps security systems react faster, as they're the eyes and ears that are looking over your property. If there's any type of security breach, the A.I. system will automatically alert both the homeowner and monitoring party (or relevant authorities if need be). Quick response times and a rapid response can make the process not only easier, but more streamlined and effective. It also eliminates or lowers the need to rely on human interaction, therefore lowering the risk of human error.


A.I. is also great for capturing false alarms. This way, you as the homeowner are not constantly running home for every security mishap that is thrown their way. They can detect what's real and what's not, and will take the proper steps and precautions to make you aware of what's happening at your home, even when you're not there.


Facial Recognition and High-Quality Detection

Using A.I. will help give you smoother working security equipment, devices, and sensors. When thinking about home security, you tend to think about video cameras and locks; anything that will help prevent intruders from breaking in and/or identify the culprit.


Home security puts into light the importance of machine learning, facial recognition, suspicious events detection, intelligent tracking, and people counting. With an A.I. system, you can get the accuracy of all of those things. A.I. gives systems more control, automation, customization, and efficiency.

Night Vision

Night vision, as well as A.I. home surveillance drones will give users constant visibility of their homes, which operate beyond humans' natural capabilities. This gives homeowners an extra level of comfort from when they're sleeping at night to when they're nowhere near home.


Having night vision A.I. functions in a smart way so that it can amplify the details in the dark areas of the screen. Think of night vision you see in all those spy movies...practically the same gist. This allows you to see things clearly in the dark as opposed to brightening the whole camera screen, causing areas of the video to overexpose, ruining the quality of the surveillance.


WiFi Motion/Sensors

WiFi Motions are a sensor system that enables home monitoring through the use of wireless signals that create a coverage zone within the home. That means if a person, animal, or object enters that designated area, the wireless signals are disrupted and a notification is sent to the homeowner, allowing the homeowner to maintain privacy in the home while gaining insights into the activities that are happening in the home.


This is a great way to detect motion, so your A.I. system is actively following what goes on around the perimeter of your home. Not only does this help track any movement around your home, this also increases the value of your home because your home is high on security and technological advancements.


Interested in Learning More?

Contact ATI today for a zero pressure consultation to discover what solutions may be best to help accomplish your technology needs. We look forward to speaking with you soon.













James Needham

Owner and CEO, ATI




Proudly Protecting and Enhancing Southern California Properties Since 2008.

High Desert, Inland Empire, Coachella Valley, San Diego, Orange County, and Los Angeles area.

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