Panasonic today introduced Nubo, the world’s first 4G-enabled monitoring camera at the Mobile World Congress 2015.
It will allow users to monitor property and belongings without needing Wi-Fi connectivity.
Nubo is a standalone camera that allows users to have all the benefits of a mobile security camera, with the advantage of 4G connectivity.
Nubo is weather resistant and offers sensor connectivity through an integrated wireless radio. It also offers two-way communication, allowing the user to communicate through the camera when an alert is triggered.
Nubo offers a camera, a mobile data plan, a mobile app for controls and alerts, external battery pack and add-on options, and cloud storage.
# Mobile network support (GPRS/2G/3G/4G): Nubo will offer connectivity with wireless carriers, with the Vodafone being the first partner to launch with in Europe
# Outdoor ready (IP-66): Nubo is weather resistant and can be used in both indoor and outdoor environments
# Smart human detection: Nubo’s advanced video analytics, triggers alerts to the mobile app when a person enters user’s protected space.
# Sensor connectivity and home automation: Nubo’s wireless radio technology allows it to communicate with external sensors, such as door or motion sensors.
# Battery power: Nubo can be connected to an external battery, allowing for temporary use in places without a power connection.
# Security: Videos, audio and images are automatically transferred to a cloud-based storage system, protected by bank-level SSL security and encrypted passwords.
Panasonic Nubo is available for pre-orders in the U.K., the Netherlands and the United States beginning of April 2015. Product is expected to ship in Q4 2015 for the U.K. and the Netherlands and in the U.S. in Q1 2016.