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December 9, 2016 AT 10:00 am

Fully Functional Raspberry Pi Home Security System #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Via whitnallswimmer on YouTube.

Features:

  • Remotely controlled via any device, including Android and Apple
  • Via these devices, can Activate or Deactivate system, as well as turn on Panic Siren
  • Can remotely view live video stream, which is password protected
  • When system activated, if motion detected by camera, will upload video to google drive
  • Will also immediately send push image notification (and email) of video frame containing most motion
  • Of note, have “pet filter” in camera to ignore small pets
  • Will organize all motion files in google drive into folders by date, and delete them after 30 days
  • Only sensors will trigger siren countdown (not motion detected by camera)
  • When a sensor is tripped while system activated, will send push notification saying which sensor tripped
  • Also have randomizer to choose various sound clips for sensors so never get bored!

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