Are Your Kids Full of Surprises? One SmartHome Has You Covered
When you’re a parent, life is full of surprises. Some of them more welcome than others.
Kids made you breakfast in bed? That’s cute. Kids got into the storage closet and painted the floor purple? That’s not cute at all.
To protect you and your kids from bad ideas that seemed good at the time, One SmartHome has cameras, motions sensors, and unexpected activity notifications. The notifications look out for your family by learning your everyday behavior patterns and let you know when something out of the ordinary is happening.
One SmartHome’s Insights Engine works proactively as part of the smart home security platform that powers your home. Unusual Activity notifications can be triggered by all sorts of sensors around your home, including contact sensors on doors and windows, and motion sensors that you’ve placed in dangerous or forbidden areas.
Here are four areas of your home where an Unexpected Activity alert can save the day:
- External Doors
On weekday mornings, your front door sees a lot of activity. On weekend mornings – not so much… so why did it just open at 6.30am? Answer: your curious four-year old is exploring the front yard while you’re still waking up with your first cup of coffee. This Unexpected Activity notification will have you alert in no time.
- Laundry Area
Your laundry room might seem boring to you, but it’s often fascinating to kids. A motion detector in this area can let you know if there’s unexpected activity around your washer and dryer.
- Medicine Cabinet
For little ones, the bathroom can be your home’s most hazardous area – especially once they’re able to move and climb onto a chair to explore its shelves. Place a contact sensor on your medicine cabinet to know instantly if it’s accessed outside your normal routine.
- Top of Stairs
Whether it’s a bad dream or a stomachache, every child will sometimes get up and wander in the night. If their bedroom is near the stairs, being alerted in time can help you avert the danger of a sleepy child taking a tumble.